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A short note today.
If you have not done so in the past few months, you are late.
Winter is fast approaching.
You should have your home’s furnace cleaned / tuned-up now if you have not done so in advance of the winter heating season.
In fact, if you have not already done so, stop reading this article and make the appointment with your chosen furnace maintenance company now.
We had ours done late (for us) last week. We called on September 10th and had to wait until September 25th before they would appear at our home to do the job.
A little prevention is worth a pound of cure, eh?
The last thing you want is an furnace working efficiently to cost you money because it has to use more energy (home heating oil, natural gas, etc.) to provide you with the heat you need this winter.
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Worse yet, what if the annual cleaning would have found something wrong with a part in your furnace? Without the annual cleaning that part may cause your furnace to stop working during a very cold night and may take days to be ordered and arrive with the technician to get your furnace working again.
At least, if you have not already, check the air filter to be sure it is sufficiently clean or if not, replace it so your furnace does not work harder than it needs to. Checking the air filter takes all of what, 30 seconds? Yes, the dirty air filter is the one on the left in the picture below.