Going Green - Spring Tune Up Tip

Going Green - Spring Tune Up Tip


Did you know that you have an advantage if you get your furnace tuned up in the Spring rather than in the Fall? When a furnace sits idle all Summer long, combustion residue that settles in the heat exchanger absorbs humidity from the basement and becomes nearly impossible to remove in its entirety. Have your furnace tuned up in the Spring, before it goes on hiatus for the Summer months. Any residue will still be dry, not affected by humidity, and easily and effectively vacuumed from the heat exchanger, helping you achieve maximum efficiency for your furnace.


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