Get Your Furnace Inspected For Winter Safety and Efficiency

Written by on October 10, 2019

Does your furnace need a tune-up? Black Hills Energy reminds Cody residents that the best way to prepare for winter weather at home is to get your furnaces and roof vents checked.

A certified heating, ventilation, and air conditioning specialist should inspect your heating and ventilation equipment once a year to ensure they are working safely and effectively. An inspection can catch any hazards or any lack of efficiency, which can be costly during the colder months ahead.

One of the main concerns is also one of the hardest to discover – carbon monoxide. The colorless, odorless gas is a byproduct of incomplete burning of wood and fossil fuels. Any carbon monoxide detectors in your home should be regularly tested and inspected as well. If you think carbon monoxide is present in your home, leave the premises immediately and call 911 or the Black Hills Energy emergency service line, 800-694-8989, from a nearby location.

Visit www.blackhillsenergy.com for more safety information, energy efficiency tips and billing and service options offered by Black Hills Energy. The company’s non-emergency number for questions about your bill and other services is 888-890-5554.


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