What’s a Merry Christmas Without a Warm Furnace?

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I love this time of year—when I can go running into snow banks, muzzle first, and everybody wants to snap pictures of it and share it online. Let me tell you folks, if you’ve never gotten to be a dog for Christmas, I highly recommend it! You get a fur coat and people want to put Santa hats on you and shower you with attention.

Now I know you can’t actually get to be a dog for a season—and you don’t really need to have a thick coat of fur when you’re indoors because you have a furnace to keep the holidays merry and bright and warm. A furnace isn’t exactly a festive item. After all, nobody puts tinsel and other decorations on their furnace. (And they absolutely shouldn’t! This can create a fire hazard.) But if you lost the use of your furnace during the holidays, you wouldn’t have much of a merry Christmas. Not when your home is as cold as old Scrooge’s place!

Schedule Furnace Service If You Have Doubts About Your Heating

It’s a busy time of the year, but if you can squeeze in Alcoa, TN furnace service into your schedule to help out an ailing home heater, please do so! You’ve already had your furnace running this season, and if you’ve noticed any of the following, it’s time to get the system checked for malfunctions:

  • Weird sounds like grinding, clicking, and rattling
  • Rooms that just aren’t as warm as they should be
  • The house taking longer to warm up when the furnace comes on
  • The furnace turning on and off repeatedly over an hour
  • Acrid smells from the vents
  • Low airflow from the vents
  • Circuit breakers tripping when the furnace comes on

Even if you’ve already had our team out to maintain your furnace in the fall, it’s still important to call for us to check on the furnace’s workings. We’ll find out the problem and fix it. If we don’t think it’s cost-effective to fix it and a replacement is a better choice, we’ll tell you and explain the options you have for a new furnace. We want you to have the best new heating equipment in place for maximum Christmas enjoyment!

“All I Want for Christmas Is a New Energy Efficient Furnace”

If your furnace is more than 15 or 20 years old, you may want to give your whole family the gift of a new one this season—even if the current furnace still appears to be working fine. There’s no better way to get ahead of potential problems for the rest of the winter (yep, we still got plenty of that ahead of us once the eggnog is gone and tree decorations are packed away) than to put in a new heating system. Schedule an appointment with our team, and we’ll help you find a new energy-efficient heating system, such as one of our fantastic Onyx units.

Stay warm and merry and bright,


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