It’s no secret that the right devices can help boost the comfort and safety of your Bryan County home. Between the latest carbon monoxide detectors, smart thermostats, and innovative HVAC gadgets, there’s no reason to waste money and energy trying to stay comfortable this winter. Here are a few of our favorites.

UV Lamps

Ultraviolet technology may sound new to most homeowners, but these innovative lamps have been proven time and again to kill mold, bacteria, and germs in your home’s HVAC system. Installing UV lamps will help to boost your HVAC system’s efficiency and improves indoor air quality by making the air that circulates through the system healthier. It’s a simply a smart investment for homeowners concerned with their homes’ breathability and efficiency.

Carbon Monoxide Detector

Carbon monoxide is known as an invisible killer because you can’t smell, see, or taste this toxic gas. In fact, carbon monoxide is the leading cause of poisoning death in the United States, and it’s usually released from stoves or appliances that run on natural gas, propane, wood, gasoline, or charcoal.

To keep your family safe, you should have a carbon monoxide detector on every level of your home, just as you should have a smoke detector. Also, be sure to test both your carbon monoxide and smoke detectors regularly and replace the batteries when necessary.

Smart Thermostat

More than just programmable thermostats, smart thermostats keep you in touch with your home’s settings no matter where you are. Many current models provide Wi-Fi-enabled remote access via your smartphone or tablet, giving you control over your HVAC system when you aren’t at home. Smart thermostats also send you system diagnostics, filter replacement reminders, and other crucial information to help you stay on top of thermostat maintenance.

Ensure your home is up to date with the latest high-tech comfort and safety devices. Call the experts at Byrd Heating and Air Conditioning at 912-373-8447 to learn more about our available products and services.

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