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First Class HVAC Advises Homeowners to Look out for Signs of Heating Problems This Winter

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Updated 10:03 AM CST, Fri, December 28,2018

Millsboro, DE -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/28/2018 -- Many complications tend to arise in the winter with heating systems, although, many of them are avoidable. It's important to recognize the issues that leave homes across the country without heat in a season where it is the most necessary. First Class HVAC, one of the most highly recommended HVAC companies in Wicomico County, advises homeowners to look out for signs indicating that there may be an issue with their furnace this winter.

As temperatures drop, heaters are being used more frequently. What most people fail to realize is that overworking a heater can actually clog internal air filters quicker than normal. These filters are designed to collect dust and other debris and prevent it from circling back into the home. When filters are clogged, they can obstruct airflow, resulting in an overheated furnace. A clogged filter can also prevent warm air from reaching the home, leaving it colder than one would like. This is a common problem homeowners experience. To avoid this issue, check air filters regularly, as they should be changed approximately every three months.

Another common issue homeowners experience in the dead of winter is uneven airflow. In many cases, certain rooms will be colder than others. This is typically caused by drafty windows and doors that allow cold air to enter the home. Another cause of uneven airflow may be improper ventilation that results from blockage and other debris clogging up vents.

While it is imperative to check for these signs to prevent heating issues, one common issue that is often difficult to detect is a carbon monoxide leak. This poisonous gas can leak through old, rusty furnaces — and without a detector installed in every room of the home, catching the leak can be challenging. First Class HVAC technicians are trained to inspect heating systems for possible leaks of this colorless, odorless, and tasteless gas.

The professionals at First Class HVAC take pride in providing optimal maintenance on residential heating systems. For the best heating and plumbing services in Wicomico County, contact First Class HVAC at 302-934-8900.

About First Class HVAC
For more than 45 years, First Class HVAC has served the Delmarva area with honesty and integrity. Throughout their long history in southern Delaware and eastern Maryland, they have and continue to focus on producing friendly, well-trained employees to provide high-quality service to every property owner they come into contact with. Each team member will work on customers' plumbing, heating, air conditioning, and crawl space with professionalism, experience and expertise.

For more information, call 302-934-8900 or visit http://www.firstclasshvac.com.

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