However warm you feel outdoors at this time of year, there will be freezing cold, huddle-at-home days to come. Sorry for mentioning this, but it does mean that now is a great time to have your furnace inspected ready for the winter.
This means filters can be changed; the thermostat, controls, other electricals – in fact, all the moving parts – can be checked out; and the drainage system can be inspected for leaks or blockages. Then the pilot, gas pressure and blower motor can be adjusted and reset to the manufacturer’s recommendations.
To be good to go when the wind doth blow (and the snow will snow), call our Aspen Creek Heating and Air furnace contractor team now.