I’ve been experiencing numerous complications with our oil furnace, and I realize it’s the beginning of Summer & most people are transitioning from heat to air.
Where I live, the warm season heat doesn’t exist.
Summer is technically from July to August, but in this region, Summer is considered to be between July & November. Even then, the temperature doesn’t reach past 76 degrees. 76 degrees is relatively warm, but I can usually open our doors & windows to allow the breeze to pass through & it’s basically fine. I hardly use air conditioning around here. I still have a week or so before the temperatures rise, so I’ve been using our oil furnace during the evenings when the temperature is frosty. Recently though, our oil furnace has been making incredibly weird noises & not heating our beach property efficiently. I didn’t pick up on the drawback until I acquired our energy bill in the mail & I noticed that I was paying $50 more than we commonly do. However this significant increase in price was not normal in the least, especially since I wasn’t running our oil furnace through the day. I didn’t have any experience in the Heating, Ventilation, & A/C industry, so the only thing I could do was reach out to a Heating, Ventilation, & A/C professional. Thankfully, the Heating, Ventilation, & A/C professional was able to squeeze myself and others in the following afternoon. He worked on our oil furnace for approximately an hour, but he had it heating our property properly afterwards. I’m sure glad he was able to repair it right then & there, because I didn’t want to run our oil furnace inefficiently anymore! I’m really grateful for our Heating, Ventilation, & A/C equipment workers.