Now that we are coming out of our candy coma, we can direct our attention to all the good things that November offers. Not that I am completely off my sugar high. I am still stealing – I mean, my kids are still paying plenty of “parent tax” on that candy, but it is definitely coming to an end.
We have lots of cold weather, falling leaves, turkey and lots of other coma-inducing yummy goodness to look forward to and also Veteran’s Day. While Veteran’s Day may not get as much attention as other holidays because there are no gifts, candy or fireworks associated with it. It so important to remember our Veteran’s and their families, it is an enormous sacrifice for all involved to have a loved one overseas or home with scars wars leave.
While you remember our Veterans, and the sacrifices they have made, you should also remember to have your furnace serviced. There are so many reasons to go ahead and have your furnace serviced before there are problems, but first up on the short list are:
Saves you Money – who doesn’t want that? It will be December before we know it and I practically hemorrhage money that month so the last thing I want to do is deal with a costly repair to my furnace when I have a ton of extra food and gifts to buy. Let’s save money on repair cost and have it serviced before it breaks.
Safety – this is just basic, furnaces burn fuel in order to produce heat. If this is not done correctly you could have gas leaking into your home or even carbon monoxide, which can be incredibly dangerous. You want a professional to ensure that the combustion process is precise in order to maintain safety while heating your home.
Efficiency – being efficient is extremely important and applies to just about everything in life, be it human being or machine. An inspection and tune-up will make sure there is nothing blocking airflow, which would put a strain on your furnace and render it inefficient.
Now that you are ready to schedule your tune-up, give Carmine’s a call at 203-791-8089 and remember to do something nice for a Veteran this week, even if it is only to put out a green light. It will certainly be special to somebody.