As summer begins to wind down, it is time to start preparing your home for winter. Keeping your home comfortable and efficient during the winter months is an important priority. Ensuring all doors and windows are properly sealed is the first step to ensuring an efficient and comfortable home. Another step is having your furnace and duct work check out. This can ensure that your furnace is working properly and without issues. It can also ensure the heat is distributed efficiently throughout your home. Laird & Son Heating and Air Conditioning can inspect your system for any problems or issues.

When the weather begins to get cold, you want your home to stay warm and comfortable. As the temperatures drop, your furnace has to work harder to keep your home warm and comfortable. A small problem with your furnace can become a big problem during this time. Failure of your system can occur, leaving your home cold during the winter. Proper maintenance and early detection of problems can help minimize the risk of furnace failure during winter. An inspection of your system can help to identify problems and make repairs before it gets cold. Having this done while it is still summer can also save on costs and wait times. Identifying a problem early can minimize the extent of repairs. This can also eliminated days going without heat during the winter.

Another important aspect of your heating system to check is the duct work. If the duct work is not sealed properly, you could be losing heat throughout your home. This can cause your furnace to work harder, as well as, increase your heating costs. Dust and allergens can also build up in duct work. This can create an unhealthy environment in your home. Those with allergies or breathing issues can have a difficult time with these things.

Having your duct work inspected early can help minimize these problems. Any issues with seals can be corrected. This can help make your furnace run more efficient and lower heating bills. They can also clean out your ducts to minimize dust and allergens in the air. To help keep your home warm and efficient during the winter, you can visit