10 Myths About Heating Your Home


In today’s world, there is a lot of misinformation out there when it comes to heating and cooling your home. So in this video, we’re going to cover 10 myths about heating your home and find out which ones are true and which ones are a bust!

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By the end of this video, you’ll have a better understanding of your HVAC system and you’ll be ready to take the next step in selecting the heating system that’s right for you!

Here's a list of the 10 myths that we hear about heating your home:

If I set my thermostat higher, my house will heat up faster.
It’s more cost-efficient to leave the heater at the same temperature all day, whether or not I’m home.
I can use space heaters or fireplaces to replicate the heat of an HVAC system.
Windows matter more than my furnace, since so much heat can escape from them.
Since warm air rises, why not just heat the basement and allow it to travel upward?
I need to run my heat constantly in the winter to keep the pipes from freezing.
Heat Pumps won’t work in freezing temperatures.
If I close vents to certain rooms, I can save money.
The furnace fan doesn’t help in the winter.
My furnace is running fine. I don’t need yearly maintenance on it.

Now that you know more about your specific HVAC system, visit our services page to see how we can help you with your specific heating and cooling needs. 

Thank you for watching and we are looking forward to making your day better.

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