Tips For Turning On Your Heat

When turning on your heat for the first time, it might release a ‘smell as if something is burning. Adam Gibbons, a licensed heating and cooling technician, says this is normal. He adds if the smell lingers for more than ten minutes you should call a technician. “If you feel like it’s not working properly don’t risk it turn off your thermostat and call your local service person,” says Gibbons. If there is ice on the outside heating and cooling unit, Gibbons said to just pour hot water over it so it melts. “It won’t hurt it a bit,” says Gibbons. Changing your filters every 30 days is also necessary during the winter months.

Source: MG News

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