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HVAC Specialists Festus MO

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Martin Frank Heating & AC
(314) 487-4118
4132 Pasco Dr Saint Louis
Saint Louis, MO
 
Bone Heating & Cooling Inc
(636) 937-6942
2731 Lucas Ln
Festus , MO
 
Controlled Htg & Air Cond Inc
(636) 296-2627
4700 Happy Lane
Arnold , MO
 
Heating Repair in Festus by Ricotta
(636) 352-2882
256 E Main St
Festus, MO
 
Perfect Air, LLC
503 Warne Street
Festus, MO

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Air Solutions Inc
(314) 846-7220
7509 Summerfield Oaks CT Saint Louis
Saint Louis, MO
 
De Soto Electrical Products
(636) 337-3381
12561 State Hwy 21
De Soto , MO
 
Cordia Heating & Cooling
(636) 671-4377
3963 Carol Park Road
House Springs , MO
 
Tim Smock Heating & Cooling, LLC
(636) 937-2930
1943 McKinley Range
Festus, MO

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Ricotta Air Conditioning of Pevely
(636) 352-0102
1615 State Highway Z
Pevely, MO
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Conserving on Your Heating Bill


  • Insulate walls, ceilings and floors as required. See R Values for recommended R values. Savings in fuel costs in a well insulated home over an uninsulated home will pay for the cost of proper insulation in a few years.

  • Install storm windows and storm doors. These items of good quality and properly installed are a major factor in fuel savings as the reduce both heat transmission and air leakage.

  • Caulk all cracks around door and window frames and at the foundation.

  • If storm window and doors are not installed, use good weatherstripping to reduce air leakage.

  • Close outside doors promptly and securely.

  • Keep doors of an attached garage closed.

  • If the garage is heated, maintain the temperature at about 40F.

  • If the basement is to be heated, or there is no insulation in the floor above the basement, insulate the walls and seal cracks at the foundation, windows and doors. If possible install storm sash.

  • If the house is built over a crawl space, make sure the ventilating grills are closed and air tight during the heating season. Insulate the walls of the crawlspace if possible.

  • Closing the damper in the room with the thermostat can cause the rest of the house to overheat.

  • Lower the thermostat settings in unoccupied areas and close doors to those areas. A 10% setback overnight will save fuel.

  • For best performance a thermostat should be located on an inside wall where it will not be affected by sunlight. Do not locate on an outside wall, on a chimney wall, over a radiator or in direct drafts.

  • Keep the windows closed and locked when not opened for ventilation.

  • Close the fireplace damper when the fireplace is not in use. With the damper open, the warm air in the room will be drawn up the chimney. Install a set of glass doors on the fireplace which can be closed when the fireplace is not in use or when the fire is very small.

  • Have your heating equipment serviced and kept in top working condition. A d...
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