As Florida homeowners, it’s only natural to worry more about your
AC than your heating unit. However, if you don’t maintain your heating
system, you may find yourself left in the cold one winter.
Del-Air has been helping keep Floridians warm and comfortable since 1983. Here
are some heating tips for staying warm this winter while your HVAC system
is being repaired by the
heating service professionals:
1. Portable heater
Do many of the rooms in your home go unused throughout the winter? If so,
a portable space heater may be a good, temporary solution while your HVAC
is being replaced. Affordable and effective, space heaters should be placed
in rooms your family uses on a regular basis. Just be sure to position
the portable heater several feet from your body and keep blankets and
other flammable items out of its path.
2. Electric blanket
Feeling the chill this winter? Consider warming up with an electric blanket
while your heater is being repaired. As an added bonus, the average electric
blanket uses less than 100 watts of energy, meaning you’ll save
big on your utility bills.
Fireplaces aren’t just good for ambiance and appearance; they also
offer an easy, affordable way to warm your home during the winter months.
For best results, keep the damper closed, as an open one allows your newly
warmed air to shoot right up the chimney.
4. Bundle up
Is there a winter chill in the air? Consider donning a few extra layers
while trying to stay warm until your HVAC system is operational again.
Wear sweaters and sweatshirts because they help keep in your own body
heat, so you won’t need to crank the heater up on high once it’s
5. Cuddle with your sweetheart
While there’s no substitute for a trustworthy HVAC system, there
are steps you can take to combat the chill while you’re heater is
being repaired. To stay warm and toasty this winter, grab a blanket and
cuddle up on the couch with someone you love.
Contact Del-Air for Speedy HVAC Replacement
Del-Air prides itself on repairing and replacing your HVAC system quickly with
minimal disruption to your daily life. Additionally, the
heating service professionals are EPA-certified, so you can have peace of mind knowing
you’re getting the most energy- efficient, new unit at a truly great
price. Call today or
contact our HVAC pros online.