Heating & Air Conditioning

Your home is equipped with a heating and air conditioning system. The following suggestions are intended to assist you in getting the maximum usage from your heating and air conditioning systems:

Change filters as needed or according to the manufacturer’s instructions. In areas with heavy dust, more frequent changes may be in order. Fresh filters can significantly reduce operating costs and will prolong the life of your system.

Keep all vents and registers clean and free of dust, cobwebs and debris.

Air registers can be adjusted to control the flow of air into individual rooms. Simply close down or open the registers in each room to your own desired preference. You may enjoy different settings for winter and summer in a two-story house. Direct warm air to the lower floor in the winter and cool air to the upper floor in the summer. Never close a register completely – even in an unoccupied room.

The air conditioning condensation discharge point and the water heater pressure relief discharge points were located and identified at check-in. It is your responsibility to keep these areas open so discharge points are free of obstructions. Pour 1 cup of vinegar down the air conditioning condensate line every 3 months to prevent mold and slime from obstructing the line.