I am a big fan of saving money. I never like to spend my money a penny more than what I think I should. For example, when I buy something, I do a great job of price checking. I scour the internet looking for the best deals. Even when I want to go grocery shopping, I shop at several stores, so I can price check; That is how I think when it comes to my HVAC costs, I keep up with everything. I know that almost half of the energy usage in American homes is heating and cooling related. If my ductwork has a leak in them or are not properly insulated, I think that I will lose out on hundreds during the year. I always do my best to make sure every room feels the same temperature when running my HVAC system. If the temperature is different in a particular room, where it is not benefiting from heating and cooling like the rest of my house, it means there is something wrong with the conditions of the room. These troubles include poor insulation in the room, a clogged air vent, or a leak in the ductwork. If it is a leak in your ductwork, you are losing a ton of money each year by cooling your attic, a room rarely visited. If you can find the leak, you can seal the leak in your ductwork. While it may be called duct tape, it is not what you should use in order to seal a leak in your ductwork. If you are unsure about what to use, be sure to contact your local HVAC service dealer.
- Need the heater on already
- HVAC is pressing