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Keeping your Cary, NC home comfortable while managing your utility bills can ensure that you and your family enjoy the most joyous holiday season possible. Here are three key ways to keep your utility costs low while staying warm and cozy this winter.

Invest in a Programmable Thermostat

A 2016 article in Time suggests upgrading your thermostat to allow greater control over temperatures and reduced energy costs throughout the winter months. Modern thermostats can be integrated with your smart home system or implemented as standalone devices that can allow temperatures to fall when your house is unoccupied and heat things up when you and your family are due to arrive home. In some cases, you can control these devices with your smartphone or tablet computer, allowing you to manage temperatures more easily while keeping your utility bills low.

Weatherize Your Home

The U.S. Department of Energy recommends weatherizing your home to eliminate drafts and heat loss that can reduce the efficiency of your furnace. Scheduling a home energy audit with your home HVAC company can help you identify areas in which improvements can be made and can ensure that you enjoy the most comfortable indoor environment for yourself, your family and your guests. This can help you lower your utility bills while staying warm this winter.

Schedule Routine Maintenance

Making sure your furnace is in tip-top condition can reduce the risk of unexpected breakdowns that can cause a real chill inside your Fayetteville or Raleigh home. By scheduling a visit from your local HVAC professionals, you can avoid these inconveniences and can keep your system running at optimal efficiency throughout the winter months.

At Cape Fear Air Conditioning, Heating, & Electrical Company, Inc., we offer comprehensive HVAC solutions designed to keep you and your family warm and toasty all winter long. To learn more about our services or to schedule emergency repairs or maintenance, call us today! We look forward to the opportunity to serve you.