The town is entirely stressed today with a giant parade and a lot of noise, so I am planning on staying in the flat till it is over and then heading to the beach for some sun.
It is strenuous to ride to the beach now with all of the people so I know I will just stay lake house and get some stuff done.
I am going to labor on our main system today and clean it up so it is ready for the boiling Summer that is on its way. I will start with the gas furnace filter. A gas furnace filter is a vital part of your home’s heating and cooling system. It helps to keep the air clean by filtering out dust, pollen, and other particles that can cause respiratory concerns. Over time, however, gas furnace filters can become dirty and blocked, reducing their effectiveness and potentially causing destruction to the gas furnace itself. If you notice that your gas furnace filter is dirty or blocked, it’s pressing to take action to repair it as soon as possible. Here’s how to do it. Turn off the gas furnace: Before you begin any labor on your gas furnace filter, make sure to turn off the gas furnace and wait for it to cool down completely. This will help to prevent any accidents or injuries while you’re working on the filter. Remove the filter. Locate the filter compartment on your gas furnace and open it up. Carefully detach the filter and inspect it for destruction or wear. If the filter is damaged or worn out, it will need to be upgraded rather than repaired. More to come in the following article!