I’ve been experiencing certain complications with my oil furnace.
I recognize it’s the beginning of Summer plus everyone is transitioning from heat to air.
Where I live, Summer heat doesn’t exist! Summer is technically from June to September, but in this region, Summer is considered to be between July plus October. But even then, the temperature doesn’t reach past 70 degrees. 70 degrees is warm, although I can normally open my doors plus windows to allow the breeze to pass through plus it feels nice. I actually rarely use the air conditioner device. I still have a month or so before the temperatures rise, so I’ve been using my oil furnace during the afternoons when the temperature is the most freezing. Recently though, my oil furnace has been making odd noises plus not heating my condo very well. I didn’t pick up on the issue until I received my energy bill in the mail plus I noticed that I was paying $50 more than I typically do. This significant increase in price was abnormal, especially since I wasn’t running my oil furnace all through the day. I didn’t have any experience in the HVAC device industry, so the only thing I could do was contact an HVAC professional. Gratefully, the HVAC professional was perfectly able to squeeze me in the following afternoon. She worked on my oil furnace for a good hour, however she had it heating my condo officially afterwards. I’m blissful she was able to service it right then plus there, because I didn’t want to run my oil furnace inefficiently any longer! I’m thankful for my HVAC specialist.