Furnace failure due to lack of maintenance

winter showed up early this year.

My associate and I were enjoying an especially warm plus sunny fall.

There was hardly any rain plus there were still plenty of flowers blooming in the garden. Without any warning, the temperature abruptly plummeted plus it started to snow. I right away turned up the thermostat so that the boiler kicked in. I noticed an unusual smell coming from the vents. The smell reminded me of burning hair, plus I hoped it was just a slight build up of dust that would go away after the boiler ran a while. I should have stressed professional maintenance right away. Unblessedly, I was stressed preparing for the winter. I needed to schedule snowplowing, locate the ice scrapers plus snow shovels plus purchase rock salt. I was in a rush to winterize the pool pump plus grass mower plus put away the barbecue grill plus patio furniture! Because the condo felt chilly, I turned up the thermostat more than 2 times. It seemed as if the boiler was running non stop, plus I was shocked at the cost of my bi-weekly energy bill. The boiler quit while in the middle of the night over a weekend when the outside temperature was down to twenty-five degrees. There was no way my great friend and I could go without heat until regular corporation hours Monday morning! Along with my family being severely uncomfortable, I was concerned about water pipes cold. I paid extra for emergency repairs. The professional who diagnosed the boiler told me that the system hot because of a lack of maintenance. There was such a significant accumulation of dust plus other debris within the inner workings that airflow was restricted.


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