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3 Ways to Keep Warm When Your Furnace Breaks

The thought of a broken furnace sends a chill down the spines of many homeowners, but there are ways to stay warm while waiting for service. Here at We Care Plumbing, Heating, Air & Solar, we’ve helped countless Southern California homeowners with our heating repair services, and our technicians are knowledgeable about how to stay comfortable and safe while you wait for their arrival.

1. Close Your Curtains

Did you know that windows are a major source of home heat loss? You can reduce the amount of heat that escapes through the windows by drawing the curtains. When you shut the curtains, you create an insulating barrier that keeps warm air inside where it belongs. This will help to preserve the heat in your house while you wait for furnace repairs.

2. Use Space Heaters

A space heater is a small heating device that you can plug in anywhere you have an outlet. Although this isn’t as effective as a forced-air furnace, it does add some much-needed warmth to cold rooms. In the event of a furnace breakdown, space heaters can make your home bearable while you wait for the repair technician to arrive. Space heaters work best in smaller rooms, so try setting them up in a bedroom or spare room.

3. Close Unoccupied Rooms

When your furnace stops running, the remaining warm air will dissipate throughout all the rooms in your house, making it feel chillier. Closing air vents and doors to unoccupied rooms will help to trap that warm air in the parts of the house occupied by your family. Once your heater is repaired, you can even use this technique to cut down on heating bills in the future.

Southern California’s Furnace Repair Specialists

A broken furnace is stressful, but you can minimize the impact it has on your home’s comfort by following these tips. Our technicians work quickly and are available for 24/7 emergency repairs, so you won’t have to wait too long for furnace repairs. We Care Plumbing, Heating, Air & Solar has more than 15 years of experience providing quality heating, cooling, and plumbing services throughout Orange County. Give us a call today to learn more or schedule reliable furnace repairs!

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