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Carbon Monoxide

It is extremely important to be aware of the dangers of carbon monoxide. In fact, we strongly recommend annual inspections and purchasing a detector. But what is carbon monoxide? What dangers does it raise? Read more below.

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Money Saving Tips

Here are some tips and suggestions you can use to save money on your utility bills, heating, and air conditioning equipment, and services. For other answers to your questions concerning new products, energy efficiency ratings, savings on your utility bills, repairs, or replacement service, call us today.

Setting the Thermostat

The most economical operation of your system comes from setting the thermostat properly. Set the thermostat at the highest summer setting or the lowest winter setting at which you are comfortable. (Typical settings are 74 -78 degrees for summer cooling and 70 degrees for winter heating.) When cooling, your operating costs increase from 3% to 8% for each degree your thermostat is lowered. When heating, your operating costs increase for each degree your thermostat is raised.

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Buy a Programmable WIFI Thermostat

Seven-day programmable thermostats are best, as they give you the most control over when and how you heat and cool your home every day and hour of the year.

Keep Heat Away From the Thermostat

Make sure no heat-generating appliances are near your thermostat. These include lamps, TVs, stereos, and computer equipment.

Use the 'Auto' Setting

Generally, it is best to set your indoor fan to 'Auto.' This costs less and provides better humidity control in the summer. However, if you desire to operate your system with constant air circulation, it is best to ask for advice from Michigan HVACR.


Change your batteries regularly.

Keep the Air Filter Clean

The easiest way to ensure your system operates efficiently and economically is by keeping the air filter clean. There are several types of air filters and several possible locations for the air filter. Ask your Michigan HVACR Dealer where your air filter is located and which type of filter to use.

Keep Doors & Windows Closed

Close all doors and windows to the outside. This will reduce the heating load in winter and the cooling load in summer. Your system will operate more economically as a result.

Keep Vents & Grilles Unobstructed

Arrange your furniture and drapes so that all supply vents and return grilles are free from obstruction. This will reduce the cooling and heating load on your system, providing more economical operation.

Avoid Excessive Use of Exhaust Fans

Excessive use of kitchen or bathroom exhaust fans will make your system work harder, thus increasing energy consumption and costs. Keep costs in check by making wise use of exhaust fans!

Control Direct Sunlight

Let the sun in during the winter, but keep the sun out during summer. In summer, direct sunlight increases the load on your cooling system. Use of window shades and awnings will reduce the amount of direct sunlight and lower the cooling load. In winter, direct sunlight reduces the load on your heating system. Open window shades and awnings to increase direct sunlight and lower the heating load.

Keep the Condenser Coil Clean

The condenser coil (the unit outside your house) should be kept clean to ensure efficient operation. If the condenser coil becomes restricted by dirt, lint, paper, grass clippings, leaves, or other debris, your system efficiency will deteriorate. We recommend that you use a garden hose to keep the condenser coil clean.

Insulate/Seal Air Ducts

Be sure all air ducts are well-insulated. Ducts should also be sealed with a vapor barrier.

Keep an Air-Tight House

Ensure maximum retention of heated or cooled air by adding insulation to your outside walls and attic. Seal cracks and use storm doors and/or insulated doors to prevent air leaks.

Properly Vent Clothes Dryers

Be sure your clothes dryer is vented to the outside. Also, ensure that your clothes dryer is vented away from your outdoor unit.

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