I didn’t have any experience in the Heating, Ventilation and A/C industry, so the only thing I could do was contact a Heating, Ventilation and A/C worker
I’ve been experiencing setbacks with our furnace. I know it’s the start of Summer and everyone happens to be transitioning from heat to air. Of course, where I live, Summer heat doesn’t exist. I mean summer is technically from June to August, but in this region, Summer is considered to be between July and September. Even then, the temperature doesn’t commonly make it past 72 degrees. 72 degrees is relatively warm, even though I can commonly open our doors and windows to allow the breeze to come through and it’s fine. I rarely even use the air conditioner. I still have a week or so before the rapidly changing temperatures rise, so I’ve been using our heating appliance while in the nights when the temperature is the chilliest! Recently though, our heating appliance has been making crazy noises and not heating our dwelling efficiently. I didn’t figure out there was an issue until I received our energy bill in the mail and I noticed that I was paying $50 more than I commonly do… This significant increase in price was definitely abnormal, especially since I wasn’t running our heating appliance through the whole day. I didn’t have any experience in the Heating, Ventilation and A/C industry, so the only thing I could do was contact a Heating, Ventilation and A/C worker. Thankfully, the Heating, Ventilation and A/C professional was able to squeeze me in the following morning! He tested our furnace for over an hour, but he had it heating our dwelling properly afterwards. I’m blissful he was able to repair it right then and there, because I didn’t want to run our furnace inefficiently anymore! I’m sure glad we have a great Heating, Ventilation and A/C professional helping us.