How to Properly Prepare Your Furnace for winter
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Step 1: Replace the air filter in your furnace each month. Locate the filter and pull it out. Slide the new filter into the slot, following the arrows on the frame of the filter
Step 2: Clean your air vents and ducts. Remove the vent covers with a screwdriver. Use the extension hose of your vacuum to remove the dust.
Step 3: Inspect the exhaust flue outdoors to ensure it is free of obstructions such as branches or animal nests.
Step 4: Keep the area around your furnace unit free of debris and clutter.
Step 5: Open all your air vents. Remove furniture, boxes and clutter that get in the way of air flowing from the vents.
Step 6: Engage your set back, or programmable, thermostat so it automatically lowers the temperature while you are asleep or away from your home.
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