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Simple Ways to Save Energy & Money This Fall

Labor Day Weekend has come and gone, which means it’s time to greet autumn with open arms. Homeowners in Pennsylvania know that crisp temperatures mean more than just changing leaves. Fall is the time to prep your home before winter is here to stay. Take a tip from your local energy experts and use these easy energy-saving tricks to keep cold weather, and expensive heating bills, at bay.

4 Tips to Help Homeowners Use Less Energy

Check these home maintenance hacks off your to-do list early so you can enjoy the best parts of fall.

Install a Wi-Fi Programmable Thermostat

This affordable addition to your home comfort system can deliver significant energy savings. All you have to do is set your Wi-Fi programmable thermostat to automatically lower indoor temperatures when you are away or asleep. This can be installed by Dwyer any time!

Book Your Annual Heating Tune-Up

A yearly HVAC tune-up from a Dwyer home heating specialist will help increase equipment life and lower the possibility of a mid-season breakdown, and promote safe system operation. Additional benefits, like better fuel economy and operating efficiency are a big plus for energy savings.

Think About Upgrading

How old is your current oil or gas boiler or furnace? If it is 15 years or older, you could seriously reduce your annual heating bills by upgrading to a new high-efficiency model. High-efficiency equipment is safer, more fuel efficient, and less likely to require emergency repair service.

Sign Up for HVAC Service Coverage

Enroll in a Dwyer heating service plan to gain peace of mind today and tomorrow. Various levels of packages are available for heating oil and gas-fired systems with valuable protection benefits included, like annual heating tune-ups, oil tank coverage, priority service, and more.

Bonus Energy-Saving Tips

Use these practices in your day-to-day life during the coldest months to help cut energy use and costs even further.

  • Open curtains on south-facing windows during the daytime to let sunlight naturally raise indoor temperatures.
  • Always keep your fireplace damper closed unless a fire is burning.
  • Turn down water heater temperature to the warm setting, 120 degrees.

Contact us at Dwyer to get your home ready for the heating season!