TOLEDO, Ohio (13abc Action News) - Furnaces have been putting in more work this past week after a drop in temperatures. But can it handle the long winter months ahead? Just a few routine checks on your furnace can help prevent future failures.
Sales Manager Steven Hurst of M & M Heating & cooling says make sure the equipment is operating at its highest efficiency level and that there are no issues before winter begins.
Something as simple as a dirty filter can raise your energy bill, or even prevent it from turning on at all during a cold night.
Fall clean and tune services can also prevent other bigger issues down the road.