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How Can You Maintain Your Lisle Heating & Air for the New Year?

December 29, 2015

The countdown to 2016 is underway and as you’re most likely planning that big New Year’s Eve party, it’s important to consider what you can do to ensure your Lisle heating & air is ready to go for the New Year ahead. Besides, if your Lisle heating & air isn’t in working order, there may no party in your home after all. Starting 2016 off in the bitter cold is certainly not ideal, and it’s up to you as a responsible homeowner to make sure your heating needs are met to the last detail.

If you want to kick off 2016 the right way, contact Precision today and we’ll give you advice on how you can make improved heating & air one of your New Year’s resolutions. We don’t want to see you stuck in the cold this season, which is why we try to educate our customers as much as we can on the do’s and don’ts of maintenance. In addition, our heating & air experts will be around all winter long to provide you with assistance, so never be afraid to pick up the phone and give us a ring!

Lisle Heating & Air: What Can You Do?

While we can offer you top-notch professional service at any time, there are also a few things you can do in 2015’s final days to ensure your Lisle heating & air is working to the best of its abilities. Here are a few must-do things recommended by our heating & air experts:

  • Get Annual Furnace Maintenance: It’s generally advised that you get furnace maintenance at least once per year from a licensed professional. A professional can go through a checklist and carefully inspect your furnace for any issues that may bring plenty of trouble to your 2016. Since you need professional maintenance once a year, why not get it done early by calling Precision? We can ensure you have working heating all winter long!
  • Seal Air Leaks: A new year may equal new beginnings, but the temperatures at this time of year remain as bitterly cold as ever. The last thing you want is any warm air seeping out of your home due to air leaks. Air leak are generally found in attics and basements. Give all areas of your home a check and apply heat tape wherever you see potential for an air leak. Keep air leaks out, and the warm air in!
  • Consider a Whole Home Humidifier: We’re in the midst of the coldest time of year, but it’s also one of the driest. To avoid having your home’s humidity levels sinking to an all-time low, please consider a whole home humidifier. A humidification system can help keep indoor air quality at a healthy level so the whole family is breathing comfortably!

Contact Precision today for more advice on how you can start 2016 off perfectly by maintaining your Lisle heating & air!