3 Steps to Prepare Your Furnace for Winter Home Heating
Montgomery Heating and Aire|Winter|October 29, 2018
There are many things to be done to prepare for winter. One of the most important is making sure your furnace is ready for the coldest season of the year. To get the HVAC installation and heating repair you need, count on Montgomery Heating & Aire of Gassville, AR, to do the job right.
There are a few things you can do to make sure your furnace is functional, including the following:
Make Sure Filters Are In Working Order: You should replace the air filter in your furnace on a monthly basis. If you currently have a flat filter, consider upgrading to a HEPA, electrostatic, or pleated filter to maximize the energy efficiency of your furnace.
Make Sure Air Path Is Clear: You can take a look at the exhaust flue outside to make sure there are no obstructing objects, like animal nests or tree branches. You should make sure the surrounding area of your furnace is free of any clutter or debris; then, take away any items or clutter blocking the vents.
Make Sure The Blower Belt Is Intact: Take a look at the blower belt, and inspect it for any cracks or breaks. You should replace the belt if it’s cracked; you can do this and any other heating repair tasks by calling HVAC installation professionals and having them take care of the job.
As you can see, there are a few things you can do to make sure your furnace is in optimal operating condition, so it can effectively keep you warm this winter. For help with heating in the winter and air conditioner repair in the summer, call Montgomery Heating & Aire of Gassville at (870) 435-1501 or visit the website for more information.
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