We all know that the beginning of a new year is the perfect time to make resolutions, and this year it’s time to start setting goals for your home. After all, it’s where you spend most of your time! 

Whether you want to get organized, create a healthier environment, or reduce your energy costs, here are a few resolutions dedicated to your home’s well-being for your list: 

Declutter Your Home

The first step to creating a healthier home is to declutter. Start by making piles of items you can donate, recycle, or throw away. This will help free up space while reducing stress and anxiety levels throughout the house. 

Improve Your Indoor Air Quality

Poor air quality can cause various health problems, such as allergies and asthma. One way to improve air quality is to vacuum and dust regularly with a HEPA filter vacuum cleaner and microfiber cloths. Additionally, consider consulting with a professional to install a whole-home air purifier, get your filters replaced, discuss the benefits of UV lights, and more.

Unplug Electronics When Not In Use

Unplugging your electronics when not in use helps reduce electricity consumption and save money on utility bills too! Be sure to check behind furniture and appliances for plugged-in devices that may be draining power even when they aren’t being used, like TVs or video game consoles that are left on standby mode all day long.     

Install a Water Filtration System

If you don’t have one already, make this the year to have a water filtration system installed in your house! Water filtration systems can give you peace of mind about drinking and using the water coming straight from your faucet – they can help improve the taste of your water, lower its pH levels, remove any harmful elements, and increase the efficiency and life expectancy of your appliances.  

Get an HVAC Inspection

When was the last time you had a professional inspect your home’s HVAC systems? It’s important to have your heating and cooling systems inspected to ensure that they work optimally to cool and heat your rooms and prevent any serious and costly damages. As well, properly maintained HVAC systems use fewer resources to operate and emit fewer pollutants into the atmosphere. 

Update Your Lighting

If you still need to update your lighting, now might be a perfect time! Incandescent bulbs are inefficient and use more power than LED bulbs, so switching those out will save energy over time and reduce strain on your eyesight from harsh light fixtures in dark areas like hallways or bathrooms.  

For all Your HVAC and Air Purification Needs For Your Las Vegas, NV, Home, Turn to Sierra Air Conditioning & Heating!

The HVAC and air quality experts at Sierra Air Conditioning & Heating are here to help ensure the systems in your home are always working properly and creating a safe and healthy environment for you and your family. Our team will work with you to create a customized plan to address your exact needs. 

To learn more about our services and to book an appointment, call us today at (702) 380-7044 or visit our website

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