As the summer approaches, it is time to consider turning off your furnace to save energy. Shutting down your furnace in the summer is a good idea if you experience warm temperatures all day and night. To turn off the furnace, you should first turn off the pilot light and then shut off the main gas supply. Additionally, you should have a professional HVAC technician inspect the furnace before turning it back on when the weather starts to cool. If you need help with furnace maintenance, True Heating & Cooling offers a range of services including AC, furnaces, boilers, heat pumps, hydronic systems, indoor air quality testing, and mini–splits system services in Houston, TX, and the surrounding areas. Contact us today to book an appointment!
How To Turn Your Furnace Off
To turn off your furnace, you need to do more than just adjust the thermostat settings. You must also cut off the gas line and the electric supply to the unit. Doing this will ensure that your furnace is completely shut off and will not be wasting energy.
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