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Tips for Making Your Attic Air Tight
If you want to reduce energy costs, start by looking for air leaks in your attic. Cover gaps where chimneys and furnace flues penetrate your attic floor with flashing or seal with heat resistant caulk. Seal holes or tears in air ducts with mastic or foil tape. Then insulate. Contact us, the Westinghouse HVAC experts, for help with conducting a complete energy audit of your home. With just a few simple suggestions, we can help you increase comfort and save money, too.
Don't Let Your Fireplace Work Against You
It’s hard to believe, but your fireplace could be making your home colder and forcing your heater to work harder. Warmed air can fly right up your chimney, so keep the damper closed unless there’s a fire going. You can also keep reduce drafts by caulking around the hearth and checking the seal on the flue damper to make sure it’s as snug as possible. If you never use your fireplace, consider plugging and sealing the flue completely. Combine this idea with additional tips and energy efficient equipment options from us, the Westinghouse HVAC experts, to reduce annual energy costs. Call for more information today.
Signs of a Good Contractor
What are the signs of excellence in a heating and air contractor? A good dealer will always be focused on you. He will listen, learn and respond to your needs with a customized proposal that’s specific to your home situation. He’ll offer suggestions for saving money on your energy bills and improving your home’s air quality. And, he should be able to back it all up with clearly stated repair and warranty policies and the names and phone numbers of satisfied customers. As Westinghouse heating and air experts, we offer innovative products, adhere to the highest service standards, and can provide a list of references in your area. Call and see what we’re all about today.