DB Heating & Cooling, Inc. Blog : Archive for the ‘Thermostats’ Category

Upgrade Your Thermostat for Better Heating Efficiency

Monday, November 7th, 2016

As a modern homeowner, you likely expect to live with a certain degree of comfort. However, do you realize just how major an impact that the various factors of your home have on your ability to achieve true comfort? Your thermostat, for example, might be limiting the success with which you heat your home in ways you’re not even aware of.

By simply upgrading your existing thermostat, you can significantly improve the quality with which you heat your home. Of course, you need to know for sure that you are investing in the right thermostat and that it meets your specific needs and user preferences. If you contact us, we’ll be happy to help you with this.

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Should You Leave Your Thermostat at the Same Temperature All the Time?

Monday, December 7th, 2015

There’s more home advice around than can possibly be cataloged, but at this time of year, common topics center around heating and heating tips. One you may have heard is that it is better to keep your thermostat at a single temperature all the time. We hate to tell you, but this is actually not a good way to save energy or reduce costs. We’ll explain more about this below, but if you are looking for helpful tips to keep your heating costs under control this winter, just give the pros at DB Heating & Cooling, Inc., a call today!

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Why You Should Consider an Upgraded Thermostat

Monday, November 16th, 2015

We are getting closer and closer to the winter cold, and many homeowners are turning their attention to keeping heating costs low. It’s great to have an efficient heating system, ceiling fans and supplemental heat like a wood stove, but if you haven’t upgraded your home’s thermostat in Franklin Lakes, NJ, you are losing out on a great way to reduce your energy usage. The experts from DB Heating & Cooling, Inc., can help you find and install the right thermostat so that you have the ultimate control over your heating this winter.

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