Keep Your Home Warm during Winter
The winter season is the time to be thinking of the most efficient ways of keeping your house warm. Instead of keeping that heater on there are a lot of ways to keep that bill down.
JR Putman Heating and Air advises on a number of ways that are tailor-made to keep your house warm while the cold weather persists. Having been there for long enough to devise various ways of keeping your house warm, their skilled team of technicians knows all that pertain warm during winter.
Indoor Cleaning Tips
It has always been known that keeping your house tidy goes a long way in reducing the chances of having allergens by a substantial margin. Dust is considered the most potent allergen as it often triggers a ferocious allergic reaction in the body. Its removal, therefore, should be done with utmost caution, especially when an allergy sufferer is doing the cleaning.
Furnace Buying Guide
A Mom Approved buying guide from JR Putman
When the chilly cold winter season knocks, any home heating equipment suddenly becomes necessary, including that silent furnace. While any average individual will sit waiting for the winter, a wise person will prepare early, acquiring that better yet affordable and high-efficiency furnace to heat their house. Thankfully, there are a lot of reputable furnace dealers out there today.
Benefits of a new furnace
Similar to any other gadget, there will come a time when you’ll have to replace your old and obsolete furnace for a new one. In spite of a furnace being among those pricey items in your household, it can be a great energy saver and subsequently a good income saver. The most recent furnaces are highly economical and are made with the latest technology that guarantees years of usefulness and unmatched reliability.
NEWS from CPSC
U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission
Office of Information and Public Affairs
Washington, DC 20207
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Originally issued July 9, 2001, Last Revised July 11, 2006
Release # 01-189 Furnace Recall Hotline: (877) 347-6456
CPSC Consumer Hotline: (800) 638-2772
CPSC Media Contact: Ken Giles, (301) 504-7052