Did you know that the start of summer also signifies HVAC Tech Day? Two days after the new season kicks in – June 22nd, to be precise – this day will is dedicated to celebrating the hardworking men and women who keep our household’s equipment going strong. Why should you take the time to thank them? Here are a few quick reasons:
They Help You Save Energy
Homeowners are always looking for new ways to cut down their energy usage. HVAC technicians are a fantastic source of information, and can provide you with plenty of tips that will help you reduce your output, from huge changes like heating or cooling equipment upgrades to unplugging appliances when not in use. Whether you’re addicted to lowering your carbon footprint or simply trying to do your part for the environment, technicians make it easier.
They Help You Save Money
Every person on the planet loves to save money and homeowners are no different. In fact, we’re all looking for ways to save. That’s where HVAC technicians come in. They can give you a list of easy tips to follow, from cutting water usage by taking shorter showers and only running full loads of laundry and dishes to decreasing electricity output by changing your thermostat’s temperature and switching out your traditional lightbulbs with energy-efficient ones.
They Help You Take for Your Heating and Cooling Equipment
As any homeowner is aware, caring for your household’s heating and cooling equipment is imperative. These systems are meant to last, but without regular maintenance, their longevity and overall efficiency will suffer after extended use. An HVAC technician can assist you with alleviating some of that. They can provide yearly maintenance and service to keep each unit running as efficiently as possible, which will not only save you energy and money, as mentioned above, but improve the overall comfort level in your home.
For more reasons why you should thank your contractor on HVAC Tech Day, please contact the professionals at Geisel Heating, Air Conditioning & Plumbing. We’ve been serving the needs of the Greater Cleveland area for more than 75 years.
Our goal is to help educate our customers about energy and home comfort issues. For more information about HVAC technicians and other HVAC topics, download our free Home Comfort Guide or give us a call at 440-345-8795.
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