Volume 34| October 2020

Fall Edition
By: Howie Hauser

Get Ready for The Cold
with These Energy-Saving Tips
It's getting colder and Old Man Winter is on the way. Here are five ideas to help our customers cut their energy costs during the colder months while keeping their families warm and comfortable: 
1. Get the Heating System Ready for Winter
Get your HVAC system ready for heating season with a tune-up! Its call preventative maintenance for a reason. The same reason you take your car in for its oil change, is the reason you need a tune-up for heating and cooling season. We make sure your heating unit is ready to operate at peak performance by cleaning, calibrating and testing its components.
2. Find and Seal Leaks
It's important to keep the heat inside rather than letting it escape through drafty doors or windows. You can use caulk or weather stripping to easily seal air leaks at home. 
3. Run Ceiling Fans in Reverse
Since warm air rises, you can set ceiling fans to run at low-speed in a direction that pulls cooler air up from the center of the room and pushes warm air back down into the living space. To check a ceiling fan for proper direction, turn it on high and stand directly beneath it. The fan should be running in a clockwise rotation if looking up at it. You should not feel air blowing down from the fan.
4. Use a Programmable Thermostat
According to the U.S. Department of Energy, if you lower the heat in your home 10 to 15 degrees for eight hours a day, you could save as much as 10 percent on annual heating costs. Use a promgrammable thermostat for best results.
5. A High-Efficiency Furnace
Just like other forms of technology, HVAC is always improving. If it's been awhile since they've invested in a new furnace, it may have an AFUE rating (energy efficiency rating that is based on 0-100% scale) as low as 60 percent. AFUE works in much the same way as "miles per gallon" does on a car: the higher the AFUE number, the higher the efficiency and the more they could save on energy costs over time.

We hope you find these energy-saving tips helpful!

Did you know October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month?
Here is why you may see your Hauser technican in a pink shirt this month...

Did you know that there were an estimated 1,762,450 NEW cancer cases in 2019 of which 277,270 were breast cancer?

Because of the impact cancer has on so many, Hauser Air has decided to invest in pink shirts for Breast Cancer awareness month. If any of you know someone who has fought the battle of breast cancer, or any cancer for that matter, you know what an impact it has on the person and the people around them. We at Hauser Air want to let others know (especially our customers and Hauser families) that we see you, we support you and we are here. We felt these shirts were a small and effective way to acknowledge the impact cancer has on us all.

For more information about Breast cancer, or to donate, please click here: https://www.nationalbreastcancer.org/what-is-breast-cancer/


Here are a few other fun holidays to celebrate in October!

  • October 1 - International Coffee Day
  • October 5 - World Teacher's Day
  • October 12 - Columbus Day
  • October 16 - Boss's Day
  • October 25 - Mother-in-Law Day
  • October 31 - Halloween

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October's Feature Recipe
October's feature recipe was provided by one of our amazing Customer Service Representative's mother. Thank you Buckley family!
This is SUPER easy and delicious recipe.
Its just in time for those cold fall evenings!

Send us your favorite recipes to: marketing@hauserair.com.

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