Now that Labor Day has come and gone, the cold weather will soon be upon us. This means that it is time to prepare your home for the winter both inside and out. One of the most important components of any home during the chilly months is the furnace. A home’s furnace and HVAC system is what keeps everyone warm and toasty, but what happens if your unit breaks down right when you need it the most?
The best way to ensure your heating unit is in great shape at all times is to invest in preventative furnace maintenance year round. That’s especially true if you live in an older home with an older furnace. To keep those winter weather furnace problems at bay, here are some maintenance tips every homeowner should know.