Heating is something that most of us don’t think about much. When it’s cold and snowing, the only discomfort most of us have to deal with are short walks from the car to a heated building. When we get inside, it’s wonderfully warm again. And if it’s a little cold in the house, simply turn up the thermostat.
With as cold as it gets here in Silver Spring and the surrounding area, everyone needs heating. After all, the idea of “go put on another sweater” only goes so far when the temperature is below freezing outside. But what happens when the heat isn’t there? What do you do when your boiler breaks, or when your furnace stops blowing? And when you get your heating bill and it’s twice as much as last month, does that indicate that there’s something wrong with your furnace? Today we’re going to answer all of these questions, as well as a few more.