The weather in Southern California this winter has been more consistently cold than we’re often used to. It’s not so much that we’re experiencing much colder temperatures, but that the colder weather has hung around for longer stretches with fewer warmer periods like we’re used to. We’ve also had plenty of rain, which is good news for dealing with drought and subduing wildfire season.
Although the colder and rainier weather may be good long-term, in the short-term you’ve probably had to run your heating system more frequently than usual. This can bring out some malfunctions you may not have noticed and lead to other malfunctions because of the strain. Let’s take a moment to check in with your home’s heating now that it’s February.