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The Most Important Thing You Can Do for Your Furnace This Winter
Thursday, November 10, 2016

Do you ever wonder about your indoor air quality? In the winter when we close up our homes to keep the cool air out and the warm air in, it can really affect the air we’re breathing. What can you do? Here’s what you should know about taking care of your furnace this winter, so you can also take care of your air.

How Clean Filters Affect Your Indoor Air

One of the most important things you can do to help your heating system work better and to keep your air cleaner is to regularly change your air filters and have your equipment cleaned. Why? Because all that dirt that’s blocking the air filter is also blocking the air into and out of your furnace and it’s also preventing the filter from effectively cleaning the dirt, dust, and pollutants out of the air.

How the Right Carbon Monoxide Detector Can Affect Your Indoor Air

Carbon monoxide is a silent and odorless hazard. If your furnace is leaking carbon monoxide, it can be deadly to you and your family. Having the right carbon monoxide detector is one of the most important things you can do for your furnace to protect yourself and keep you and your home safe.

How a Maintenance Visit Affects Your Indoor Air

No matter what is going on with your furnace, a maintenance visit is the most important thing you can do for it this winter. Whether it’s humming along fine or starting to rumble, a thorough service can make the difference between an effective, efficient, safe system and one that is going to cause you problems this winter. Regular maintenance can catch any issues, big or small, and repair them before they affect your comfort and safety.

Before you have an HVAC breakdown on a cold winter night, make sure you’re taking care of your furnace this winter. To keep it running smoothly while ensuring your indoor air quality is safe, contact the team at All City Heat and Air now.

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