Q: Is my furnace ready for winter?
A: Lubricate the blower motor, check the belt, vaccuum system, inspect pilot for blue flame, replace filters, and check that registers and return air grilles are not blocked.
Q:How can I extend the life of my water heater?
A: Shut off gas or electric, attach a garden hose, and drain. Draining your water heater annually can extend the life of your water heater by many years.
Q: Running out of hot water?
A: Water heaters have to work harder in the winter. Check the thermostat setting, gallon capacity, and age. It may be time to upgrade to keep up with your growing family.
Q:How can I save up to 15% on my heating bills?
A: By using a humidifier, you can set your thermostat at 68° and it will feel like 78°. Save money and stay comfortable.
Q:Is your water heater gurgling and grackling?
A: Sediment build-up in the bottom of the tank makes your water heater ineffiecient. Time to replace with a high recovery American Water Heater from Naughtons.
Q: Have you shut down your cooler for winter?
A: Shut off power, drain and clean the pan, oil bearings, remove the belt, change the pads, and reinstall the damper. Protect your evaporative cooler with a heavy duty canvas cover.
Q: How can I protect my pipes from freezing?
A: Insulate pipes with split foam, fiberglass, or add a heat tape. Wrap with tape to ensure insulation all winter long. Drain cooler and water lines while you're at it.
Q: Have you changed your furnace filter lately?
A: Regularly changing your filter at least once a month will lower your energy bills and increase the efficiency of your furnace.