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Check your systems filter every month and replace as soon as dirt or dust is visible. Operating the system with dirty filters wastes energy and could damage the equipment. Consider using one of the newer high efficiency media filters. These filters last from 6 to 12 months, remove more airborne contaminants, and help your system operate more efficiently.

Set your thermostat as high as possible in the summer and as low as possible in the winter. Try 78 degrees in summer and 70 in winter. Every degree change can effect your electric or gas consumption by as much as 5%. Consider replacing  your thermostat to a newer electronic version. The new electronic thermostats maintain a more constant temperature and cut down on system short cycling. Also, a programmable thermostat can save money if your daily schedule keeps you away from home most of the day.

Vents and Registers
Always keep your registers or vents open and unobstructed. Closing more than 20% of the registers can cause increased air resistance in your ductwork. This can lead to higher humidity levels and can cause your air conditioner to freeze up in the summer. In the winter, closed vents raise the air temperature and can cause the excessive heat build up in your furnace or heat pump.

Clear Leaves and Debris
During the spring and summer months, chances are that you will perform routine lawn maintenance for your home. Lawn debris, such as leaves and grass clippings, can easily clog your air conditioning unit and cause damage. After you maintain your lawn, it is a good idea to make sure that any debris has been cleared away.

Schedule Annual Inspections
Along with performing basic maintenance procedures on your own, it is highly recommended that you schedule annual inspections for your system. An HVAC service professional will have the knowledge and tools required to keep your unit running great. With annual inspections, you can also catch minor problems before they become more serious.

Your HVAC maintenance technician will ensure that your home is completely comfortable during all seasons.