In order to heat your home properly, your furnace, thermostat, and ducts have to be working properly. If any of these parts are damaged or malfunctioning, then your home could feel chilly even though the furnace is running. Here are 4 things to try when your home isn't warm enough.
1. Look For A Dirty Filter
A filter that's clogged with dust can cause your furnace to have problems heating your home.
Winter is in full swing, which means your heater is probably being used around the clock. If that's the case, it may be feeling the pressure. Unfortunately, excess pressure can cause your heater to stop working, which is not what you want - or need - during the winter. To avoid a cold home, here are four services your heater will need this winter.
1. Clear the Vents
If your home isn't getting as warm as it should, and you have floor vents, it's time to conduct an inspection.