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Should I get my furnace serviced? House heating slow
So, this evening I noticed my house was having trouble climbing in temp from 65F to 71F. We were asked to set to 65F during the day due to a shortage, and then I set to 71F after 5pm once my baby came home from daycare. Even with the fireplace going for a bit and a tiny space heater going the house was still only 68F at 8pm. When I checked around 8pm, the vents in the basement were blowing warm air but the upstairs ones were lukewarm at best. At 9pm it reached 70F, although thermostat is in the hallway connecting the living room to the bedrooms, and we're camped in the living room right now the small space heater going.
The house is a 1600sqft ranch (with a basement, vents closed though). AFAIK, per the inspection and noticing that it easily stays cool in the summer, the house is insulated well
Is like 3-4 hours to raise a ranch 6 degrees F, when it's 0F outside an expected delay? I'm getting all kinds of weird replies to that question when I google it, based on location/furnace and heating type/etc.
"Will you keep working on it?" asked Man.
The Cosmic AC said, "I WILL."
Man said, "We shall wait."