RANDY SUTTLES GENERAL CONSTRUCTION

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208 MIRANDA LANE
GRAYSON, KY, 41143 US

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Consider Insulated Drapes

Something as simple as insulated drapes can reduce window heat loss by about 50%. You can also use window quilts or shutters to keep more warm air in. Use this idea along with other tips from us, the Westinghouse heating and air experts, to keep your HVAC system working efficiently all year round. We’re here to help you save on energy bills, so call today.

Choosing a Thermostat That Fits Your Needs

With so many kinds of programmable thermostats available, how can you begin to choose? Think about your family’s schedule and how often you are away from home for activities like work and school. If your routine changes every day, consider a 7-day model with the flexibility to set different programs each day. If your schedule stays the same during the week, but differs on the weekend, a 5 + 2 model could be the right option for you. For those who keep one schedule Monday through Friday, another on Saturdays and a third on Sundays, 5 + 1 + 1 models work best. Call us, the Westinghouse HVAC experts, for advice on selecting and installing the right programmable thermostat for your lifestyle. You could be saving as much as $180 a year!

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.

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