It started fine, but she double-evaluated the ignition components and assured me that they were in fantastic toiling order
Recently I came across an article advice to prepare your condo for winter. Most of the items were do-it-yourselfers and wouldn’t cost a thing. At the top of the list was to clean out gutters and downspouts. If these get clogged, it could cause leaks in the roof and/or ice dams. Next was an crucial safety tip – checking smoke alarms and replacing the batteries. All exterior pipes and hoses should be drained to prevent pipes from freezing. And before snow and ice arrive, branches near the condo should be pruned back to prevent ice or snow from damaging the siding. Finally, there was a lengthy discussion about preparing your furnace / boiler for the winter… Heating, Ventilation, and A/C professionals often recommend homeowners to turn on their heaters before they really need them, as several breakdowns occur while in the first startup. Scheduling preventive repair was highly advised to identify potential issues before they turn into costly problems. And if you heat your condo with a furnace, hiring a professional to clean the air duct properly is the best health-related measure you can take. After learning the article, I decided to call my Heating, Ventilation, and A/C corporation to schedule an appointment and to discuss the items in the article. Once she arrived, she changed the filter on my furnace and cleaned the air duct. Next, she changed the battery on the control unit and turned the furnace on. It started fine, but she double-evaluated the ignition components and assured me that they were in fantastic toiling order. Her repair call to ensure that our Heating, Ventilation, and A/C system was ready for the winter time set my mind at ease – all for a genuinely reasonable fee.