I tell you, people don’t consider the immeasurable worth of their heating system as much as during the Wintertime. You simply adjust the control unit, throw another log into the fireplace, grab that extra blanket and sit down beside a fire. As long as you don’t fall asleep with the fire going, you’re fine! What about the Summer, though? You can’t help changing that control unit way down, and walking around naked isn’t widely accepted to stay cool. There are a few tips to utilize though, such as a ceiling fan that helps to bring the temperature down a bit, all while helping to transport that conditioned air around the house. This encourages a better indoor air pollen level and easier temperature control! Otherwise, there are some other tips that will really help to improve the efficiency of a home’s HVAC system. Along with the ceiling fan, which costs little to run, you should consistently close all blinds and curtains that you don’t need to keep open. If you don’t need to see outside, shut them! They will only serve to heat up the home, and force the A/C on. Closing the blinds during the hottest time of the day will help to lower the demands on your A/C unit immensely, and let the A/C work a bit more easily. While these steps to save energy are really small in the overall use of your HVAC, you won’t see a savings until your A/C unit is working at its most efficient state – so don’t forget to upgrade the air filter!