Sleep is extremely important to our health. Several factors can impact the amount and quality of sleep you obtain, but there’s one in particular that Franklin's Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc can help with. The temperature of the room where you sleep has a lot to do with how fast you can fall asleep and the quality of your slumber. According to the National Sleep Foundation, “many sleep experts say that a cool room, somewhere around 65 degrees, makes for the best sleep, and research backs this notion.” If you’re behind on furnace service, your sleep could be suffering, especially when the Oxford weather isn’t ideal or if your furnace is working too much. That’s why we’re here for you.
With a tuned-up furnace, you’ll help be sure that your indoor space is at the temperature you want it to be, and you’ll relax easier. All you have to do is call to Franklin's Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc and we’ll get your furnace service taken care of. We can also help you amplify your sleeping environment by installing a smart thermostat. A smart thermostat can be programmed and can even absorb your routine, so your home’s temperature will be just where you need it, when you want it there. Most smart thermostats will even alert you when your furnace should be serviced, which helps prevent unexpected breakdowns.
Other Ways to Improve Your Sleep
In addition to keeping your furnace maintained and finding a thermostat that works for your home, here are a few other tips to help you enhance your sleep:
- Go to bed and wake up at the same time each day to keep your body in a routine.
- Try to do something that decreases stress before hitting bed. Read a book, take a bath, listen to soothing music. Do what works for you.
- Exercise frequently.
- Keep your bedroom dark and quiet. Avoid using electronics, doing work, or anything else distracting or possibly stressful in your bedroom.
If you’re ready to improve your sleep, try these tips and give Franklin's Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc a call at 662-281-1231 so we can be sure your furnace is working as it should.