by Karen Bates
(last updated September 30, 2019)
The furnace in your home can be an important aspect of how comfortable you are indoors. A properly-working furnace will keep things warm and safe during the cold times of the year, and if it is well maintained you won't have to worry as much about problems arising and causing discomfort.
Over time, dirt can get into your furnace and prevent it from working at its highest efficiency. If this occurs, you will need to clean the furnace and its components in order to restore its former functionality. As a general rule, it is a good idea to have your furnace checked and given a thorough cleaning at the beginning of the cold season. This will help you to be sure that your furnace will run correctly and do its job when you need it the most.
When cleaning the furnace, there are a few areas that you should focus on:
Remember to give your furnace the proper cleaning to ensure your home stays at the right temperature and works in an efficient manner.
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