Furnace Repairs are Heating Up

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Now that the colder nights have arrived, furnace repair workers are keeping busy.

It's been two years since the Kohler family of Swiftwater had their furnance looked at and with his tools in-hand, Aaron Davis with FJ Hess and Sons is making sure the family's source of heat will work through the winter.

"We're going to go over the system to make sure it's working the way it should. Check for signs of wear, kind of do a preventative maintenance sometime," said Aaron davis of FJ Hess and Sons.

In the Kohler family's furnace, Davis found a lot of dirt in the oil filter and other spots.

That kind of wear and tear is one reason why Davis says, you should get your furnace looked at every year, much like you would get your car inspected.

Once your furnace gets its annual check up. Officials here recommends you keep tabs on your furnace to make sure it's running properly. The first thing, is check your oil bill and make sure you're not burning up your oil. The next thing, you should never smell exhaust in your home.

Aaron Davis says now is the time to get your furnace fixed because the weather outside isn't too cold.

Davis says he will also be looking for parts that are showing signs of wear and tear and replace them.