3 Ways to Make Sure Your Furnace is Ready for Fall
There are likely some things you do to get yourself ready for fall in Abilene, like get your sweaters out of storage and plot your Instagram-worthy pumpkin carving. There are some things you might forget about while getting ready for fall – like your furnace. We’re about to say sayonara to air conditioner weather and we’re headed into furnace season. Along with your routine furnace service from Abilene Air-Tech Inc, we have three tips that can help keep you cozy and get your furnace ready for its busy season.
- Check and Replace Your Air Filter
This is easy advice for every season in Abilene. Before you make that switch from “cool” to “heat,” go change out your filter from dirty to clean. A filthy filter means your furnace has to run harder to keep you warm which might negatively affect your comfort and result in higher bills.
- Unblock Heating Vents and Registers
As you’ve moved furniture or brought more into the house, ensure you haven’t blocked any of your heating vents. A blocked vent has the chance to raise your utility bills.
- Schedule Annual Furnace Service
Fall is the best time in Abilene to get your furnace looked at by one of our highly-trained technicians. We will do a thorough inspection of your unit and ensure it will be in good working order for the approaching winter months in Abilene. Routine furnace service can help you get the most out of your furnace’s performance, and could also play a role in the life of your system. Not to mention that a pretty high percentage of the emergency calls in the winter are a result of a lack of maintenance.
We want you to enjoy every aspect of the season in comfort. If you have any questions for us about getting your home ready for fall or need to schedule your regular furnace service give the professionals at Abilene Air-Tech Inc a call at (325) 692-5850.
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