Keeping your family warm and cozy in the winter doesn’t mean you need to crank up the thermostat. There are a number of things you can do to keep your home and family warm besides depending on your furnace to do all the work. Doing what you can to improve your home’s efficiency goes a long way towards cutting your energy costs while keeping your home warm. [Read more…]
As fall approaches, you can expect the temperature to drop…which means that you’ll probably be using your furnace a lot more often. It’s important to make sure that your furnace is ready for the task – both for your safety and to make sure that your HVAC system is operating efficiently and won’t be wasting any money. Here are several of the most important things you can do to get your furnace ready. [Read more…]
Now that fall weather is starting to show up, home furnaces are about to get a lengthy run. But for many homeowners, it’s been a while since the furnace was turned on and used. Is your furnace still up to the task? Does it need any maintenance work before it’s ready to operate safely? If you haven’t checked up on the furnace yet, here’s a quick list of things you can do to make sure your heating is ready for the colder weather.
Here in Central Ohio, your furnace works hard to keep your home cozy and warm during the cool weather days of fall and winter. However, when spring arrives, the furnace can become an afterthought until heat is needed again, which is where things can go awry. Furnaces require maintenance, just like any other major appliance, so shutting it down properly in spring can ensure your unit’s longevity and optimal functioning. Here are the steps for properly turning off and tuning up furnace units. [Read more…]