Home Comfort Tips For 2021

The start of the year is a great time to make your home more comfortable. There are several ways to make your home more comfortable while also saving you money.

Take Care of Small Tasks

There are several small ways to make your home more comfortable in 2021. You should commit to changing your furnace filter more often, which improves the air quality in your home and makes it more comfortable. Make sure there’s nothing covering air vents and that you’ve caulked cracks around your windows.

Upgrade Your Thermostat

If you don’t already have a programmable thermostat, you should buy one as it’s an easy way to automatically keep your home comfortable. Learn how it works so you can program it effectively.

You should also consider getting a smart thermostat. They use artificial intelligence to heat and cool your home. Your home will be more comfortable than ever while you save money on your utility bills.

Get a Tune-Up

You should have your heater and air conditioner tuned up every year. This will keep them operating efficiently and help keep your home comfortable. Maintenance pays for itself by reducing the odds you’ll need to have an expensive repair performed.

Johnson & Johnson Heating and Air Conditioning of Martinsburg, WV, offers a tune-up service. We’ve been helping families for over 25 years.

Make Wise Choices When Upgrading

If you need a repair on your heater or air conditioner, consider replacing it instead if the repair will cost more than half what the equipment does. A new heater or air conditioner can pay for itself through reduced monthly energy bills. The new equipment will be effective at keeping all the rooms of your home comfortable.

Johnson & Johnson Heating and Air Conditioning repairs, replaces and tunes-up furnaces, heat pumps and air conditioners. Our other services include mini-split systems, duct cleaning, indoor air quality and free energy audits. We also offer light commercial services. Get in touch with us today to schedule an appointment or if you have any questions.