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Giving Thanks for Our HVAC Systems

Giving Thanks for Our HVAC Systems

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Happy Thanksgiving Everyone! 

With another holiday season underway, we encourage everyone to count their blessings during this time of gratitude and to try to remember some of the things we might otherwise take for granted.

Despite 2020 being a tough year for so many Americans, things could have been worse. Because of this, it’s important to try to focus on the good things in our lives. Many of us have our health, our families, our safety, our jobs and homes that are heated throughout the cold season. 

And this brings us to our topic. When the weather is extreme outside, our home heating systems work hard to keep us and our families safe and comfortable.

Because of this, we at Lebanon Heating & Cooling present below some of the things our HVAC systems do for us year-round, and some of the things we can do to show your appreciation for this heat and comfort.

Why we should be grateful for our HVAC systems

Comfortable & Safety

Throughout hot and cold weather cycles, our HVAC systems are the reason we have such comfortable conditions in our homes, whether they be heating our homes or cooling them. A lot of people don’t give these systems a great deal of thought for doing this, let alone giving thanks, until they have some sort of outage, loss of service, or breakdown. After this happens and service and comfort is eventually restored, it reframes our perspective. When we lose our comfort and get it back, it brings about a new appreciation.

Clean Air

Another thing our HVAC systems are responsible for is keeping the air we breathe in our homes clean, which plays an important role in our overall well-being and health. This is possible because of the air filters in our furnaces, heat pumps and air conditioning units. These air filters are intended to remove dust, dirt, pet dander and other airborne particles and pollutants from our indoor air supply. Most of this stuff can cause allergies and breathing problems. To promote even better indoor air, many homeowners take this a step further to improve breathing conditions and utilize some of our Indoor Air Quality products.

Energy Efficiency

It’s a simple fact in this business that when we take care of our HVAC systems, they take care of us when it comes to optimal efficiency, which saves us money on heating and cooling costs. Most of the modern systems come with Energy Star Labels, which are great. However even with the label, it does not mean you can afford to neglect regular seasonal maintenance, which is a must for all HVAC systems.

Showing Our Appreciation

Heating and cooling systems are expensive, intricate machines. Although they aren’t self-aware, they respond nicely to optimization. Showing your appreciation for this major home investment will pay off. The first step in doing this begins with keeping up with preventative maintenance, also known as tune-ups, and keeping your air filters fresh and unimpeded. Other ways to give thanks for your furnace or AC include:

  • Keep outside unit clean
  • Change your air filters often
  • Keep your home as clean as possible
  • Have a smart thermostat installed for efficiency
  • Have your air ducts cleaned professionally
  • Keeping a clear and open space of three feet around systems
  • Making sure you seal drafts and air leaks in the home
  • Keeping an eye out for leaks in loose ductwork
  • Making sure you have enough attic insulation
  • Understanding energy efficiency in your home
  • Keep air vents clean
  • Practice safety always!


From all of us to all of you and yours, we wish everyone a happy and safe holiday season. If there is one thing we are grateful for, in addition to our amazing team here of certified technicians, it’s for our amazing customers and the amazing Warren County area community we are proud to serve. If you need anything now or in the future, please don’t hesitate to give us a call right away! 

You can call Lebanon Heating & Cooling today at (513) 540-1773, or schedule an appointment now by clicking here!