Is your HVAC system ready for the Winter? Don’t get stuck in the cold.

Fall is the time to get your system ready for the heating season. Prepare your HVAC system for winter, reduce energy costs and increase your home comfort with Husky Heating and Air Conditioning HVAC Maintenance Tips.

Replace Furnace FilterCheck and Replace Filters

Changing the filters on your unit will improve efficiency, lower monthly energy costs, prevent system failures and lower the chance of expensive emergency repairs.

Check ThermostatCheck Thermostat

A programmable thermostat is very likely to have heating and cooling settings that need to be programmed separately. Make sure that your thermostat is set for maximum efficiency, especially for periods when no one is home. And if you don’t have one already – get yourself a programmable thermostat!

Inspect Furnace for DebrisInspect Furnace or Heat Pump

Check the area around your furnace for flammable materials that can pose a safety risk to your home.  If you have a heat pump with an outdoor unit, check the outdoor area around it and remove debris such as leaves, grass clippings & dirt.

Schedule HVAC Tune-upSchedule a Tune-up

A fall tune-up will identify any potential problems and ensure your system is working as efficiently as possible. Technicians will check for reliable, efficient and safe operation of all HVAC equipment. A clean, well-adjusted heating system will save you money on fuel and prolong furnace life.

Time to Replace Your HVAC System?Is it Time to Replace Your System?

If your unit is older than 10 years, you may want to consider replacing it with a unit that has earned the ENERGY STAR label. These high-efficiency units can save up to 20 percent on heating costs and will improve the performance of your overall system.

It’s important to hire a well-trained and properly licensed professional to keep your furnace in tiptop shape. Trust Husky Heating and Air Conditioning with all of your fall HVAC Maintenance needs in GTA. Contact us today to get your system prepared for the winter ahead!