You come home from work and notice your living room is chilly. What do you do? You turn up the thermostat and wait for the room to warm up. But have you ever thought about how furnaces were invented?
While we can’t control the allergens we come in contact with when we’re outdoors, but we can take steps to allergy proof our HVAC system for when we are indoors.
Do I need to do a furnace tune up, yet it is functioning normally? This is one question that lingers in many homeowners’ minds. Heating and cooling companies recommend that you schedule a furnace tune-up once every year, but most people don’t understand why they should invite a technician to check on a system that is still working without a glitch.
There are many things we do to improve air quality in our homes. We buy air purifiers, open windows, and clean often. But many people miss one of the most important air-quality control systems — changing your furnace filter.