Preparing Your Furnace for the Off-season03/31/2015 The end of winter is officially on the horizon with the weather warming up in Madera you can feel spring just around the corner. Before you turn off your furnace and stop thinking about it until next year, you’ll want to get it ready for its annual hibernation. There are a few things you can do now to ready your system so it’s ready to go next season. Flipping the Switch There was awhile where it felt as though this day wouldn’t come, but the day has finally arrived for you to flip the switch on your thermostat from heating to cooling. Before you set it and forget it, look through your warranty. A number of warranties require regular service and maintenance in order to preserve the warranty. If you have any questions about your warranty, the team at Brian’s Heating & Cooling, Inc. will certainly help you. Service During the Off-Season Now is the ideal time to schedule your annual furnace service in Madera. Any troubles can be addressed and solved before the day comes to turn your system back on once more for the season. You’ll be able to flip your switch to “heating” this fall and rest easy knowing that things will be functioning as they should. Change Your Filters We most likely sound like a broken record, but changing your air filters is one of the most simple and most crucial things you can do for your HVAC system as a homeowner. A clean filter keeps your system running at peak efficiency, mproves your indoor air quality and works to extend the life of your HVAC system. We know there are other things you would like to be doing as the weather warms up, but having one less thing to worry about makes every season more pleasant. We know you don’t want to imagine it getting cold again, but when it does, your furnace will be equipped for it. Our team at Brian’s Heating & Cooling, Inc. in Madera is ready to help keep your home comfortable every season. Give the experts a call at 559-675-1681 or, if it’s easier for you, set up an appointment with us using our online scheduler.