Thursday, October 1, 2015
Four Tips for Apartment Landlords to Reduce HVAC Costs This Season
It’s now fall in Denver, and winter is just around the corner. Your cooling system is having its much-deserved break, and now the burden’s shifted to heating. With Denver averaging a thick 55 inches of snowfall each year, you have to ensure adequate heating to keep your tenants warm inside. As a landlord, what can you do to keep heating bills as low as possible without sacrificing your tenants’ comfort? Below are four effective tips: 1. Replace your heating system if needed. If you want to cut heating costs, consider replacing those old, worn-out heaters you thought could save you more because they’re cheap. According to a Denver HVAC expert, not only are these old heating systems a carbon monoxide hazard; they are also inefficient, and would therefore increase your gas bills tremendously. Plus, they are at risk of breakdowns.