Every time you turn on the heating, all the air inside your home moves through the furnace system. As a result, the dust, germs and particles on the walls and floors of your home can enter the furnace system too. Those particles can build up, clogging pathways, tangling motors and overworking other sensitive parts. In […]

Every time you turn on the heating, all the air inside your home moves through the furnace system. As a result, the dust, germs and particles on the walls and floors of your home can enter the furnace system too. Those particles can build up, clogging pathways, tangling motors and overworking other sensitive parts. In turn, the furnace system works harder, using more energy and time to do the same amount of heating.
To help protect your furnace system:

  • Dust down vents and registers
  • Clean ceiling fan blades
  • Keep obstruction away from the furnace and vents
  • Wipe the outside of the furnace system

Some homeowners use the furnace closet as a supply closet. However, this can pollute your indoor air. Remove everything but the furnace from the closet.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding any of your HVAC or plumbing concerns please feel free to call your friends at Green Apple toll-free at 888-611-7191

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