In NYC, transitioning your HVAC system from winter to summer is an important step to take in order to keep your heating and cooling system fully functional and economically efficient.
Between winter and summer, there is a period of where the temperature in your home will be comfortable, and require neither heat nor air conditioning. If you have a thermostat that is programmable, you will need to make sure that you turn it off during this time. If you don’t adjust the thermostat, your heat will come on and waste energy.
As the spring weather begins to warm your home, turn down the heat until you no longer require it. Your home’s insulation should keep you warm enough until it is time to use the air conditioner. If your insulation isn’t working properly, contact a specialist in heating in Staten Island to install a heat pump. Heat pump transfers energy from one place to the other, and can move hot air from inside a home to outside. Heat pumps are also useful in the winter because they can take hot air from underground and bring it into the home.
If you are interested in learning more about HVAC systems, contact a professional in heating in Staten Island.