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Home Heating Repair Gurus Share 5 Winter Prep Tips November 9, 2017

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Home Heating Repair Gurus Share 5 Winter Prep Tips, Lincoln, Alabama

Before the colder temperatures arrive, now is the perfect time to prepare your home for the winter. With a few proactive measures, you can reap rewards in the form of lower energy bills. When Birmingham residents and businesses need guidance with heating repair and preventive maintenance, they turn to Alabama Cooling & Heating.

This locally owned company specializes in upkeep and repairs for a wide range of heating and cooling systems. Here, their team of certified technicians list several ways to prepare your home heating system for winter.

5 Heating Tips for the Colder Months

Add Insulation

Have your home inspected for gaps that allow cold air to infiltrate its interior. Caulk can be applied around doors and windows to close those gaps. Check your basement, exposed pipes, and other areas to ensure there's enough insulation to keep warm air in motion and prevent water leaks.

Check Your Furnace

Turn your furnace on to check for any strange noises and smells. Pay special attention to a burning odor or a straining sound. It's also important to have the furnace's carbon monoxide detector checked by a licensed heating repair technician who can identify dangerous conditions.

Adjust Water Channels

heating repairCheck your gutters and leader pipes to see if they’re depositing rainwater too close to your home's exterior. If so, the water may leak into your basement and other interior rooms. An inspection from a professional roofer is the surest way to spot leaks and other damage before the snow and ice arrive.

Buy a Fire Extinguisher 

Unfortunately, house fires during the winter are common due to the heavy usage of heating systems. With this in mind, invest in a fire extinguisher to tackle emergencies. Make sure all adults and responsible teenagers know how to use the device.

Schedule an Inspection

Now is also an ideal time to schedule an inspection from a certified heating and cooling technician. They have the experience and specialty equipment to thoroughly check your furnaces, central air units, and other systems. In addition to identifying and repairing trouble spots, they'll provide additional suggestions for keeping your home comfortable during winter.

Let Alabama Cooling & Heating help keep you and your loved ones toasty this season. To schedule an inspection, call (205) 980-8180 today. Visit the website for more information about their heating repair services. For your convenience, the company’s service area includes Birmingham, Anniston, Center Point, Pell City, Pinson, and Talladega.

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