If this will be your first winter owning a home that is heated with liquid propane gas (LPG), then there are many things that you can do to save money over the course of the season. Some of the easiest ways for you to save the most money include the following:
Choose Your LPG Delivery Frequency Carefully
When you decide which gas supplier you want to use to deliver your home's LPG, you will also need to decide how often you want your tank filled. Some consumers prefer to have their tank regularly topped off every other week, while other customers prefer to use the tank until it is getting low and then have it refilled. The advantage of regular tank fill-ups is that your propane bills will stay more level than if you have to do a few large fill-ups during the winter. If you used a balanced payment option previously with your electrical company, then you will likely prefer a regular delivery schedule for your LPG. To create a delivery schedule that works for you, talk to a residential gas delivery service like L P Gas Services Inc.
Service Your HVAC System Each Fall
It is vital that you have your HVAC system serviced every fall. When the licensed technician is servicing your system, they will make any necessary adjustments or parts replacements to keep your system working at its highest efficiency, and this will save you money on gas.
Change the Air Filter in Your HVAC System Monthly
When you are heating your home with LPG, it is vital that you change your HVAC system's air filter at least once each month. If you have pets, then you should change it more frequently as it becomes clogged with pet hair. Changing the air filter results in cleaner air in your home and allows air to flow freely into your furnace, keeping your heater from having to work overly hard to pull in the air it needs. The more efficiently your furnace is at moving air, then the less LPG is required for it to function correctly.
Clean and Check the Air Vents Each Week
Finally, it is very important that you take the time to clean and check each of your heater's vents every week. By removing dust and pet hair from the vents, you will keep them flowing at their maximum volume and by checking the vents each week you can ensure that none of them have become blocked by furniture or other household items. Obstructed or slow-flowing vents will cause your HVAC system to work harder and consume more LPG than it would otherwise. And, every gallon of gas you use, then the higher your winter heating costs will be.
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