Is your furnace ready for winter? Fall is here so it is time to think about warming your home versus cooling it. Here are a few steps to set you in the right direction. *Replace the air filter. you might want to upgrade to a more expensive energy efficient filter *Clean your air vents and ducts by using the hose attachment on your vacuum cleaner *Inspect the exhaust flue outdoors to make sure it is free of tree branches, leaves or bird nests *Keep the area around your furnace unit free of clutter *Open all air vents and make sure there is no furniture, boxes or clutter blocking them *if you don’t have a programmable thermostat, you should consider getting one as the Consumer Energy Center claims you can save 25-75 percent on energy costs by using this type of thermostat. De Hart Plumbing, Heating and Cooling serving Manhattan Kansas, Junction City Kansas and Wamego Kansas.
Is Your Furnace Ready For Winter?
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