Prepare your Home for Winter!
Indoor air quality is an important role in your comfort. Schedule a tune up today and ask about air quality solutions from Casteel!Learn More
I was very pleased with the knowledge that your employee shared about the AC system. We would have spent more money with another company and for no reason had your emplyee not spent time with us to explain our options. Being economical in our decision yet also spending our money on something that was a good quality was our number one goal.
Your rep was an 11 on a 10 point scale. He was exceedingly thorough. I trusted what he said and I appreciated all he did. I will not be shy about referring Casteel...
I'm an actual customer and I love how Casteel takes amazing care of all my heating, cooling, plumbing and electrical needs at home.
- Monica Kaufman Pearson - Veteran TV News Reporter, Anchor and Radio Host on Kiss 104.1
Depending on the size of your home, you can save 3% on your cooling costs for every degree you raise your thermostat in the summer. Raising the thermostat from 73 to 78 degrees can mean savings of up to 15% in cooling costs!
Make sure your fan is spinning clockwise. This will create a wind-chill effect. Turn your ceiling fan off when you exit the room. Fans cool people not rooms.
Change the batteries in your digital thermostat annually: People forget that their digital thermostat has batteries in it. If you get in the habit of changing the batteries annually, you can eliminate a no-heat situation.
Set your thermostat at 65°-68° F during the winter while you're home during the day, and lower it at night or while you're away to 55°-58° F. Seniors and individuals with health problems may require a warmer setting