Do this before turning on your heater.

Most homeowners are looking forward to the cooler months after a scorching summer.

  • Your heating system will come into play at some point.

Follow these tips before turning on your heater for the new season. You may need to relight your pilot light since it’s been a while since your heating system has been running. Call a qualified technician if you don’t know how to do this yourself or want to have your system checked at the same time. This brings us to our second point. If you want to keep your heating system running efficiently and effectively for as long as possible, it will need to be serviced periodically. To ensure this, a qualified technician should inspect the system once a year. As soon as your system’s air filter gets dirty, the system won’t run as well as it used to, and contaminants will be emitted back into your home. Depending on how quickly the air filter gets clogged, you can prevent this by cleaning or replacing it every 1-3 months. With programmable thermostats, you can set the days and times when your HVAC system runs. Manual thermostats are a thing of the past. There are also many of these that offer wireless connectivity and weather updates. Each story of your home should be equipped with at least one smoke alarm and one carbon monoxide alarm. Each one can be tested by pressing a small button located on the front, and batteries can be replaced if necessary.


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