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Protecting Your HVAC System from Snow and Ice

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Maintenance of your HVAC system during the winter can make your home more comfortable to be in and can save you a lot of money.

ANN ARBOR, Mich. - eTradeWire -- Do you have a heat pump?

Do you want to make sure it runs smoothly throughout the winter?

Heat pumps are built with cold weather in mind, but certain conditions can wreak havoc on them. In particular, snow and ice are the two main culprits that can cause serious damage to your HVAC system. By following these tips, you can ensure that your HVAC system will thrive throughout the winter.

Clear Snow and Ice
A large build up of snow and ice can freeze and shut down your HVAC system, leading to failure and the potential for frozen pipes. Keeping the space around your unit free from snow will help prevent this kind of damage. We recommend that you clear at least 18 inches of space around all sides of the unit.

Additionally, keep an eye on icicles that maybe be hanging above your heat pump. Damage from falling icicles can be very expensive to repair.

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Check Your Exhaust
After a big storm, snow can pile up and block your furnace exhaust. A blocked exhaust can lead to carbon monoxide in your home. Clearing out snow will help ensure that your exhaust is working properly and will keep you and family safe.

Take Care of Your Furnace
Your air intake vent plays an important role for your furnace – it needs air to complete the combustion process to heat your home. If your furnace doesn't seem to be working properly, it's a good idea to check whether your intake vent is blocked by snow.

Learn more here: https://www.cmrmechanical.com/learnmore/hvac-snow-ice-heating-ann-arbor

Heating Ann Arbor Homes
Having your HVAC equipment cleaned and maintained is important to help your system last as long as possible and work efficiently. CMR Mechanical's technicians specialize in checking the health of residential heating and cooling systems and improving their efficiency. You'll notice a difference in how your home feels and it's a great way to extend the life of your system.

Andy Bobo

Source: CMR Mechanical
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