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How to Improve the Energy Efficiency of Your Fireplace

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small_4317796992Using your fireplace can be a great way to spend time with your family and stay warm on a cold winter night. But did you know that your fireplace can also have an effect on your energy bills, even when it’s not in use? Today we’re going to take a look at how your fireplace relates to your home’s energy consumption and what you can do to improve its efficiency.

What does your fireplace have to do with the efficiency of your HVAC system?

When you are using your fireplace, the fire adds a certain amount of heat to your home. As you’ll see below, you can take advantage of that extra heat source by adjusting your thermostat. This will give your furnace a break and decrease its energy consumption.

When you aren’t using your fireplace, it can affect the efficiency of your HVAC system in the opposite way. Your fireplace opens up to the outdoors, which makes it susceptible to air leaks. If your fireplace is not properly sealed, conditioned air can leak out of it all year long.

How to improve the efficiency of your fireplace

If you have any questions about improving the efficiency of your fireplace, or if you’d like a heating and cooling system serviced or installed in your home, contact Jerry Kelly, your St. Louis HVAC company. We service the St. Louis area and surrounding cities like Cottleville, Des Peres and Wentzville.

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