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Emergency furnace calls kicking in

Those with Johnson Heating and Air Conditioning say more calls are starting to come in about furnaces going out as the temperature continues to drop.

Posted: Dec. 27, 2017 5:09 PM
Updated: Dec. 28, 2017 6:59 AM
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MASON CITY, Iowa - Those with Johnson Heating and Air Conditioning say more calls are starting to come in about furnaces going out as the temperatures continue to drop.
They've had at least four emergency calls to respond to and the same goes for last week. Then there's those like Robert Snook, who are feeling the cold indoors. He was without heat for a day and half yesterday with the temperature in his home falling to 55 degrees.
“It’s gone out before but I was able to catch it right away. This time I had to deal with it until I could get someone here,” Snook said.
Those at Johnson Heating and Air Conditioning say you should check your filters and make sure you're keeping up with the maintenance of your furnace.

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