Housewarming gifts are a fantastic way to help a family member or friend get settled into their new home. Choosing the right gift can sometimes be difficult, however, so we’ve compiled a list of a few favorites for you to choose from that will actually help them stay warm throughout this winter season and beyond.
Maintenance Plan for Their HVAC System
Being in a new home can be somewhat stressful, especially when it comes to maintaining the household’s heating and cooling needs. An HVAC maintenance plan will provide the new homeowner with dependable, quality service for a period that you designate.
Basic Tool Kit
Every homeowner should have some kind of basic tool kit for small jobs that don’t require an expert’s assistance. There are plenty of kits available at department stores and home improvement stores, but you can also make your own. Necessary tools include a hammer and screwdrivers, but items like a socket wrench set, pliers, and wrenches will also come in handy.
What better way to give a new homeowner ease of mind than to improve the way they heat and cool their home? Smart thermostats can be accessed remotely, and some models even provide local weather updates.
Items to Help Them Stay Warm
During the cold winter months, every homeowner wants to find new ways to stay warm. Running their furnace or other type of heating system costs money, so they’ll appreciate alternative ways of staying warm such as a thick blanket, space heater, or heavy sweater.
Better-Sealing Pet Door
Some pet doors that are on the market don’t do a great job at keeping the air inside. Since air leaks cause your HVAC system to run longer and can negate your heating equipment’s ability to warm your home, providing a pet door to the new homeowner that seals more effectively will save them both energy and money.
Pick up these housewarming gifts by reaching out to the friendly professionals at Mowery Heating, Cooling and Plumbing. We currently serve Indianapolis and the surrounding areas.
Our goal is to help educate our customers in Brownsburg, Indiana and surrounding areas about energy and home comfort issues (specific to HVAC systems).