Stayed Powered For Fall
Just beacuase the leaves have dropped doesn't mean it's time for your HVAC unit to go into hibernation. Most consumers think it's okay to turn off their units once the weather cools down, but doing so could be costly in the long run. Here are three reasons you should power on your units during Fall:
- Year-round results: HVAC units don't just cool and heat; they also circulate air and act as dehumidifiers when the cool fall air makes things damp.
- Cost-efficient: Powering units off and on is not the ideal way to save. It's inexpensive to simply keep the units on, as long as homeowners adjust their thermostat to the home's desired comfort level so they are not needlessly cooling.
- Fall maintenance: Keeping the units on gives on gives dealers the chance to perform fall maintenance and discover any problem areas before the units are needed for severe weather.