This flushing process prolongs the life of the heater and helps with efficiency as well.
In addition to turning off and flushing outdoor water faucets, be sure to flush and store away your garden hoses. Winterize sprinkler systems as well.
This is crucial. You do not want to wait until you need your sump pump to find out it’s not working.
What is fall without falling leaves? Make it fast and fun by getting the whole family involved!
Check for any leaks in windows or doors; these can force your heater to work harder and therefore cost you more to run. Some simple caulking can often do the trick!
Don’t let the winter cold hit before checking the HVAC. Also, remove and store window A/C units. If you have a central air system, cover the outside unit with a tarp or plastic sheeting and secure with bungee cords. Make sure heating vents are open and not blocked by furniture.
If water isn’t draining correctly, it can cause damage or leaks. Clean your gutters twice a year.
Air filters prevent harmful debris, dirt, and contaminants from entering your home and ruining your HVAC system. Change your filter every 3 months.