Fans on thermostats help to circulate the air in your Timberlake, NC home, in conjunction with your heating and cooling system. You can use them to cool your home in the summer and warm it in the winter. Here are a few reasons you should use the fan setting on a thermostat.

Uneven Temperature Distribution

If you have rooms that are too hot or too cold, your fan can help to even out the temperature distribution. By circulating the air, the fan can help to bring the temperature of the warmer room down and raise the temperature of the cooler room. Set the fan to run continuously until the temperature has evened out.

Want Additional Filtration

The fan on your thermostat can help solve the problem of poor indoor air quality and ventilation. By running the fan, you can help filter the air and remove any contaminants that may be causing problems. Be sure to change your filter regularly to ensure that it’s doing its job.

During Humid Conditions

Humid areas experience more stagnant air, which can lead to the growth of contaminants. Running the fan will help to circulate the air and reduce the humidity in your home. Ask service technicians to look at your system and guide you on how to use the fan to achieve humidity control.

When You’re Not Home

If you’re going to be away from home for an extended period, you can use the fan setting on your thermostat to help save energy. The fan will prevent the temperature in your home from becoming too hot or too cold while you’re away. This can help lower your energy bills and make your home more comfortable when you return.

Engaging the fans on your thermostat can help to improve the comfort of your home and save you money on energy costs. Contact Regan & Son Heating & Air if you need any guidance, maintenance and repair of your system. We’ll be happy to help you keep your home comfortable all year-round.

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