We’re in for a few cold days in a row, with temperatures sitting in the minus teens for most of the week.

Staying warm in this kind of cold means you’ll need to keep your furnace in working condition.

If your furnace isn’t turning on properly Tom Clifford from Brown Heating and Cooling says there could be a simple solution:

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Saving money on heating bills can be hard during these cold snaps.

Clifford says depending on your heating system, a fireplace may not be the answer:

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Cleaning the snow from around your vents will also help keep you safe from carbon monoxide poisoning.

Remember having a working carbon monoxide detector installed in your home is now law in Ontario.