As chilly conditions continue in St. Louis, Missouri, you have to make sure your home is evenly heated. Cold spots in your home not only reduce your comfort level, but they can also be an indication of certain issues that can drive up your energy bills. Below are three ways to maintain an even temperature throughout your home.

Rearrange Your Indoor Space

Rearranging the furniture in your home is a simple yet effective way to get rid of cold spots. If your furniture or drapes are blocking your air vents, they’ll hinder airflow and make the farther reaches of the space feel chilly. Even if your vents aren’t blocked, you should look for ways to improve air circulation. Try to create as much open space as you can around the vents so that the conditioned air from your HVAC system can move freely throughout your home.

Improve Your Insulation

If your home isn’t properly insulated, heat may escape through the walls. Check to see if there’s enough insulation in the walls of each room in your home. If there’s a room that isn’t properly insulated, you can add insulation either by blowing expanding foam into the walls or rolling out insulation batts. Make sure you check your attic and air ducts as well.

Schedule an HVAC Tune-Up

Cold spots may be a sign that your HVAC unit isn’t operating optimally. There may be problems that are preventing your system from properly distributing conditioned air throughout your home. If you want your unit to be in peak condition, you should sign up for an annual HVAC maintenance plan. During a maintenance visit, the technicians will clean, lubricate, and tighten all the major components in your system. This will give your equipment the boost it needs to get rid of cold spots.

If you’re looking for a reputable company that provides outstanding HVAC maintenance and repair services, don’t hesitate to speak with our friendly and helpful team at C & G Heating & Cooling.

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