Did you know that the National Sleep Foundation recommends that for the best night’s sleep, the ambient temperature of your bedroom should be a relatively cool 65 degrees? Part of the reason for this is that your body has its own heating and cooling mechanisms that allow you to regulate your body temperature more naturally.
Because of this, it is important your furnace is operating efficiently and accurately, as otherwise it could be overworking, and heating your home, and bedroom, too much.
That is why fall is a great time to get your furnace and HVAC system overhauled and serviced, rather than in the middle of winter when the last thing you would need is for it to break down. Of course, with advances in modern heating technology, these mean that you can have smart thermostats installed throughout your home, making sure that the temperature is exactly as you need it, where you need it. Better still, smart thermostats also know when is the best time to have your furnace serviced.
Setting your bedroom temperature at 65 degrees isn’t the only thing you can do to promote good sleep. Relaxing before you try and go to sleep is very effective for peaceful night, so taking a bath or reading are to be recommended. Exercise is always good for promoting uninterrupted sleep, while eliminating distractions, such as your smartphone or tablet, from the bedroom will also help.
Of course, peace of mind is always a great help when it comes to sleeping peacefully, which is what you get every time you ask us to service your furnace or HVAC unit. So, all you need do now is give us a call here at A&E Air Conditioning and Heating and we’ll be glad to help you enjoy a good night’s sleep.