Furnaces don’t see nearly as much use as air conditioners do in the Inland Empire, where winters are mild and extremely brief. But we still need them during this time of year, when temperatures can get quite chilly (especially late at night). And it can be easy to overlook the signs of trouble with your furnace, especially if they don’t result in a flat-out shutdown. If you have an older furnace and you spot signs of trouble, you may want to consider replacing it before too much time goes by.
RKM Heating and Air Conditioning Blog: Archive for January, 2018
Winter doesn’t really hit us here in the Inland Empire: not the way it does back east, certainly. But the weather is cooler and pleasant, which means we rarely have the need for our air conditioners during this part of the year. That makes now an excellent time to get your system ready for the spring. Warm weather arrives sooner every year, it seems, and if your air conditioner is ready to go, you can be assured that it will run efficiently all summer long.
Winter has arrived, and while we’re not exactly buried in snow here in the Inland Empire, we’re still using our heating systems on a regular basis. Heating bills tend to go up as a matter of course during the colder months, and we’re used to paying more for our heating simply because we’re using our heaters much more often. Just because you’re paying more for a comfortable home, however, doesn’t mean you should pay more than is necessary. You can take some easy-to-implement steps this winter to cut into those costs and help stay warm.