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We won’t truly enjoy warmer spring weather for at
least another month, and even then the temperature swings can be shaky. The
short of it is you need to have your furnace working well through the spring.
Now is not the time to ignore troubles with your furnace just because you might
be able to “wait it out.”
There are several important reasons to always act fast on furnace
repairs, but the top one is that a natural gas furnace (which is what you probably
have in your home) may turn hazardous if repair needs are ignored. Gas furnaces
aren’t an inherently dangerous type of heating system, but negligence raises
the chance of safety hazards.
Your air conditioning system probably isn’t on your mind
much, since early spring doesn’t usually bring with it a sudden increase in
heat. No, we’re going to have patches of cold weather ahead of us before we
settle into the genuine summer weather. But spring is still the best time to
take care of an important service for your home’s air conditioner: to give it a
thorough inspection and tune-up.
We don’t mean you personally have to do this job. In
fact, you can’t. Only professionals have the training and tools for complete
spring maintenance service on an AC. It’s easy to get that service, however,
when you join the Temprite Comfort Club.