Do what you gotta do

The actual worst time to have any amount of trouble with the furnace is during the Wintertide season.

If the ongoing trouble with your furnace happens during a Wintertide storm, then you are probably going to be in real awful shape.

My family and I have lived in the north Midwest for 60 years. Wintertide weather is never a surprise. I have seen blizzards dump 2 or 3 heavy feet of snow in less than an afternoon and I have seen chilly rain fall more like pellets of hail. Wintertide is never the time to have trouble with your central furnace. I can tell you this from experience, because I had a great deal of trouble with our furnace this winter. I had a respectfully timed tune up in September and the Heating and Air Conditioning specialist did not report that he could find any problems. Unfortunately, the people I was with and I did run directly into some trouble during a serious snow storm in February. I certainly have some comprehension of heating repairs and general furnace troubleshooting, but I could not repair the issue on our own and I was suddenly forced to call the heating supplier. Even though I called that shop early in the afternoon, I still had to pay a repair fee for same-day service. The local heating supplier did not repair our furnace until much later in the afternoon and, despite this, I still had to pay an additional $70 fee to have the job completed on the same afternoon. It’s a shame, they are the only venue in this part that will repair our equipment.


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