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First Class HVAC Helps Homeowners Check Heating System Efficiency Before Winter

Via: ReleaseWire

Updated 12:50 PM CDT, Wed, October 10,2018

Millsboro, DE -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/10/2018 -- First Class HVAC, one of the top HVAC companies in Wicomico County and the surrounding areas, is offering their customers useful tips for ensuring the optimal performance of their heating systems this year. With the winter season fast approaching, the company intends to help people find and address problems before they become emergencies. This way, homeowners can rest assured that the moment they need heat in their home, they'll have it.

When homeowners are getting ready to use their heating system for the first time since last season, First Class HVAC encourages a step-by-step process for checking a system's efficiency before simply assuming that it works. First, homeowners can begin by setting their thermostat to a temperature roughly ten degrees higher than the current inside temperature. After doing so, the company recommends listening closely to the system as it turns on, staying aware of any unusual sounds that can be heard as it starts working.

Lastly, First Class HVAC advises that those testing their systems for efficiency use a traditional thermometer to verify the temperature in the house. The best way to judge whether a system is working properly is to wait approximately fifteen minutes before measuring the room, after which homeowners should be able to accurately check if the air matches the reading on their thermostat. By completing this simple, three-step check, anyone can get an idea of how well their heating system is functioning. Of course, if the results are less than optimal, homeowners can call First Class for the best HVAC maintenance in Sussex County.

To learn more, visit https://www.firstclasshvac.com/ today!

About First Class HVAC
For more than 45 years, First Class HVAC has served the Delmarva area with honesty and integrity. Throughout their long history in southern Delaware and eastern Maryland, they have and continue to focus on producing friendly, well-trained employees to provide high-quality service to every property owner they come into contact with. Each team member will work on customers' plumbing, heating, air conditioning, and crawl space with professionalism, experience and expertise.

For more information, call 302-934-8900 or visit http://www.firstclasshvac.com.

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