Do not have anything combustible within 6” of your vent pipe. Do not close off more than 20% of the registers in your home. This can cause high resistance and unnecessary heat building up in the furnace. Do not store combustible materials such as paint thinners or gasoline near your furnace.
It’s important to have a carbon monoxide detector in your home, especially during the winter months when you would be running your heater. Check your batteries monthly. Carbon monoxide is a colorless, odorless gas that is produced from the heaters, fireplaces, furnaces and many types of appliances and cooking devices. It can also be produced …
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It’s a good time to make sure you have a surge protector! A surge protector can save your A/C unit when there is a power outage due to a hurricane or lightning storm. Make sure you have one on each unit!
Set your programmable thermostat as high as is comfortable in the summer, and raise the setpoint when you’re sleeping or away from home. Clean or replace filters on air conditioners once a month or as recommended. Turn off kitchen, bath, and other exhaust fans within 20 minutes after you are done cooking or bathing; when …
You’re A/C filter should be changed once a month for better efficiency. Dirty clogged up filters can cause your unit to run harder, causing higher electric bills and can reduce the life of your A/C system.
Locate your outdoor A/C emergency drain line. It should have a pipe sticking out from under your soffit. Check it periodically in the summer for water dripping out of it. If you see water dripping out of it. Call Stoffer’s.
For better efficiency of your A/C unit, keep weeds pulled from around your condenser unit outside. Also keep the grass cut and when mowing, mow away from the unit to prevent grass clippings from blowing into the outside condenser unit.