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Top Reasons to Change Your Furnace Filter

When it comes to maintaining your furnace, there are many things you can do to keep it in good working condition.

It’s imperative that you change your furnace filter on a regular basis (such as every three months). Here are five reasons why this is a must:

·      To extend the life of your HVAC system. Do you really want to replace your furnace before you have to? Of course not. Changing your filter can help protect against this.

·      Save on energy costs. Believe it or not, a new filter can go a long way in bringing down the cost of heating and cooling your home.

·      Better air quality. There is nothing worse than the thought of poor indoor air quality. Changing your furnace filter can help protect against this.

·      Keep it clean. As you can imagine, a dirty filter has a way of clogging your HVAC system and increasing the likelihood of costly repairs.

·      It’s easy to do. It only takes a couple seconds to change your furnace filter, so there’s no excuse for putting this off.

When was the last time you changed your furnace filter? If you can’t remember, it may be time for a change.

If you need any assistance with your HVAC system, even if it’s as simple as swapping out a filter, be sure to get in touch with us. We are more than happy to provide you with the help you need!

Now is the Time to Prepare Your Furnace for Winter

As unfortunate as it may be, the warm summer weather is behind us. Now, it’s time to look forward to cooler temperatures and probably a bit of snow.

Fortunately, you can always retire to your warm home when the outdoor temperature begins to plummet.

If you’ve yet to do so, now’s the best time to prepare your furnace for winter. Here are some of the many steps you can take:

  • Check and change the furnace filter. This only takes a few minutes, so it’s something you should do today.
  • Change your thermostat setting from cooling to heating.
  • Take out window screens and make sure your windows and doors are ready for the winter months.
  • Inspect burners to ensure that these are free of dust and debris.
  • Test your thermostat to make sure it’s working as expected.

As you can see, there are many key steps to take as you prepare your furnace for the winter months.

If you aren’t comfortable doing these things on your own, it’s time to contact a professional.

Every year, we help hundreds of homeowners prepare their furnace and home for cooler temperatures.

Winter isn’t here just yet, but it’s coming soon. Rather than wait a few weeks too long, begin to think about prepping your furnace today.

If you have any questions, if you need any assistance, feel free to reach out at your earliest convenience. We’re here to keep you warm!