Brown's Heating & Cooling Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Furnace Maintenance’

Is Your Furnace Ready for the Holidays?

Monday, November 6th, 2023

Many people who love Halloween are disappointed on November 1st. But those who believe that November and December mark the most wonderful time of the year are overjoyed when “spooky season” is over.

If you’re one of those people who put up their Christmas tree on 11/1, there are a lot of things to do to maximize your enjoyment of the holiday season. From scheduling furnace maintenance to changing the air filter, making sure your furnace is ready for the holidays is as easy as pumpkin pie. Let’s go over some tips to ensure your furnace is ready for the ho-ho-holidays. 

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Summer Furnace Maintenance Tips

Monday, August 28th, 2023

We know that “summer furnace” might seem like two words that shouldn’t ever be side-by-side in a sentence together. However, furnace maintenance is actually a good thing to be thinking about during the summer–especially in Colorado when that first cool day can sneak up on you! 

It’s better to give 5 minutes of your time right now to thinking about furnace maintenance in the summer so you’re not left googling “furnace repair near me” when you least expect it. Doing so will help ensure that your heating system is in fine working order on that first chilly “summer” day of the season. Here are a couple of things that you can do to make sure your furnace will be ready.

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Now Is the Time to Schedule This Important Heating Service

Monday, September 26th, 2022

You expect your heating system to work for you when you need it, but what happens when a cold spell arrives and your furnace stops working? This is something you don’t want to experience. Scheduling your heating maintenance now ensures you and your family will have the comfortable indoor temperatures you need when outdoor temperatures drop. 

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Take This Important First Step in Preparing for Chilly Weather

Monday, October 11th, 2021

No, it’s not going to start snowing tomorrow, most likely. But fall is certainly upon us, which means temperatures will soon start cooling down.

This means that it’s just about time to turn our attention away from our homes’ air conditioners and turn it to our heating systems instead.

The first step in preparing for a potentially very chilly winter is making sure your furnace is actually ready for the huge decline in temperatures, through a maintenance tune-up.

This is a service that should be done annually. Now is typically the best time to have it done because it’s before you need the system the most, and so you’ll be less likely to experience a disruption in service. Read on to learn more!

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