By having your heating and cooling system checked up and looked at before winter hits at full blast, you will be safe before a possible emergency situation was to pop up in the winter time months, and you will also be saving yourself a lot of money in the long run. Here are a few things you can do to get your gas furnace, heater or furnace genuinely working it’s best before the Winter season blast. First is to just turn on the thermostat’s control unit. Seems easy enough, but, you want to make sure your gas furnace or heater is genuinely working and blowing moderate air. Second, make sure to check all the air filters your gas furnace may have. You may have filters in your gas heating systems grill, your ceiling, or wall vents. Some people like to try and save some money by washing these gas furnace filters out instead of replacing them. I say just replace them right away. You don’t know exactly what has been building up inside those filters over the year and you are breathing this stuff in. Make sure to check the furnace fluid, contact a professional to scrub your chimney, and test your carbon monoxide detectors. If you have a furnace that uses lots of oil, be sure to check and replace your filter if needed. Be sure as well to take a peek at the tank level while you are there as well. If for any reason you find your heating machine is not genuinely working officially, you may need to contact an Heating, Ventilation and A/C contractor or a gas furnace repair company to come out and find what’s wrong with it all.