Blog Roundup: Winter HVAC Recommendations for Florida Residents
With winter upon us, many Florida residents are reaching for the thermostat to make an adjustment. We get a lot of questions from customers this time of year, like:
“What’s the ideal thermostat setting for a Florida winter?”
“Should I replace my air conditioner during the winter?”
“What should I do to winterize my home?”
We thought the best way to answer those questions was to round up some of our best blog posts on those topics. Enjoy!
#1 – What’s the Ideal Thermostat Setting for a Florida Winter?
Florida winters are, thankfully, milder than most. Still, as the winter months set in, the temperatures dip lower than any other time of the year. Knowing what temperature to set your thermostat to can be a bit of a puzzle. We offer a few tips for finding the ideal thermostat setting for a Florida winter.
#2 – Should I Replace My Air Conditioner This Winter?
After a long, hot, humid summer, your air conditioning unit gets a much-needed break in the winter. Since you’re not typically relying on your AC unit for comfort, winter is the perfect time to schedule an AC tune-up in Orlando or replace your air conditioner altogether. This blog post answers the question whether Florida residents should replace their AC systems during the winter.
#3 – How Do I Winterize My Florida Home?
The team at Greens Energy Services put together a Florida home winterization checklist so you can keep your home at a comfortable temperature this winter without running up your utility bills. Pay special attention to the “Heating System Winterization Checklist” we included.
#4 – How Do I Keep My HVAC System Working Through the Holidays?
It’s Murphy’s Law: Your home heating or cooling system will always fail at the worst time — usually when you’re entertaining guests. Even though we’re social distancing these days, an HVAC failure during the holidays is still something you’d rather avoid. Add these Florida HVAC care tips to your holiday to-do list to keep your HVAC system running all winter long.