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Fall Is Here! Time to Check Your HVAC


Before it gets too chilly outside, give your central heating system a once-over. It’s important to inspect your unit every fall.


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• When you turn the heat on, listen for banging, rattling or other odd sounds. They could be a malfunction-in-the-making.


• If windows are steaming up or you see rust or a lot of dirt on your vents, something is wrong. A professional can diagnose the problem.


• If some rooms feel cold, while others are comfy, something’s not right. Have it checked.


Don’t Let Your Water Heater Guzzle Energy


Your electric water heater doesn’t just guzzle water; it guzzles electricity.


You can stop wasting electricity by replacing an old water heater with a newer, UWZM MVMZOa MffiKQMV\ UWLMT But there are other measures you can take to help you save:


• Drain a bucket of water out of the bottom of the heater twice a year. <PM JW\\WU KIV ÅTT with sediment, which separates water from the heating element.


• Invest in an inexpensive water heater blanket or insulation kit, especially for older heaters, but don’t insulate over doors or vents. Also, insulate hot water supply pipes to reduce heat loss.


• Before buying a new water heater, estimate your needs. A family of up to four should buy a 30- to 50-gallon ta; up to seven people might require 50 to 80 gallons. Consider appliances such as hot tubs when calculating how much hot water you use, and consult a plumber for help.


• If your house is more than two levels or if the bathrooms, kitchen and laundry room are spaced far apart, it might JM UWZM MffiKQMV\ \W invest in a smaller water heater for each level.


• Set the water heater’s temperature at 120°F. or lower. This can lower your water heating bill by 10 percent.


POWER OUTAGE?


Stay informed about your service status by signing up for outage text alerts.


With Kiamchi Electric's special alert service you can choose the alerts you'd like to receive, and how you'd like to receive them—via text, email, or automated telephone call.


Choose from the following alerts:


5 Due Date Reminders 5 Past Due Date Reminder 5 Account Profile Change 5 Returned Check Alert


5 Payment Confirmation 5 Outage Declared Alert 5 Outage Restored Alert


To sign up, please visit www. kiamichielectric.org , click on our Customer Service portal, and then click "My Alerts."


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