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Common Furnace Problems You Should Know

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Like any other HVAC appliance, you'll have to deal with a couple of furnace problems. Most people don't realize their furnace or heating systems have issues until the winter arrives. That's when they'll make calls to have their furnace repaired.  Unfortunately, people don't know the kind of problems that attack furnaces. They only know that their furnace isn't working as expected. The truth is you should know what's happening to your furnace to prevent such problems in the future.

20 September 2021

2 Things You May Not Have Known About Radiant Heat

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When it comes to ways to heat your home, many people assume that a forced-air furnace system is best. However, there are better ways to heat your home that you may not be aware of. Radiant heat can be an excellent choice for a home due to the following things you may not have known about it. Radiant Heat Can Be Powered By Electricity Or Hot Water There are going to be two ways to install radiant heat in your home, both of which require different energy sources.

26 August 2021

3 Reasons Your Furnace Is Using Too Much Gas

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Natural gas furnaces offer an efficient and cost-effective alternative to electric heat, but the gas isn't free. Anything that causes your furnace to run more inefficiently means more gas usage and higher utility bills. If you notice a sudden spike in your heating costs, it's time to investigate the source of the problem. In many cases, increased gas usage doesn't mean that your furnace is on its last legs. Determining the underlying cause and addressing it can help return your furnace's efficiency and bring your utility bills back down.

2 August 2021

How A Furnace Technician Might Test The Control Board In Your Furnace And Replace It If It's Bad

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Your furnace has a control board in it that sends power to individual parts of your furnace when they need to activate to create and blow heat. If a control board goes bad, it can affect the operation of your furnace because it can put parts out of service. The control board can be replaced, but the heating repair technician has to figure out the malfunction with your furnace first. This type of residential heating system repair is best left for a licensed technician since it involves working with wiring and electricity.

30 June 2021

3 Signs That Your In Need Of A Professional Heating Service

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There is no need to wait until your furnace stops working altogether to reach out to a professional heating service. In fact, if you learn how to identify the warning signs that something is not quite right with your heating system, you will often be able to avoid this type of total breakdown and the expensive emergency repairs that come along with it. If you're not quite sure what you should be looking for when determining whether or not a service call is warranted, the information outlined below can help.

10 June 2021

Reasons To Regularly Maintain Your AC

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Without an efficient AC in your house, the indoors can get uncomfortable due to high temperatures, especially in summer. For this reason, ensure that your AC works perfectly at all times. However, air conditioners can get damaged since the systems operate for the better part of the day. Fortunately, the right air conditioning services can help you maintain your system accordingly. Here are the main reasons to do routine maintenance on your air conditioning unit.

10 May 2021

Special Considerations When Choosing A Heater Repair Company

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Are you having trouble searching for the best heater repair company in your state? If so, no need to worry. This post highlights top considerations for choosing a heater repair company to guide you in selecting the right one. It is vital to maintain and repair your heating systems such as furnaces. This can be daunting and strenuous, especially if you don't know the source of the problem. But the right company can help reduce such frustrations.

16 April 2021

What To Know About Your AC Not Working After The Power Cuts Off

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Your air conditioner is able to withstand a lot of wear and tear of the years and keeps running through it all. However, if your area recently had a power outage while your air conditioner was running, you may be surprised to discover that it is not working afterward. While an air conditioner should be able to survive something as simple as a power outage, it can cause problems with the unit that you may not be aware of.

15 March 2021

2 Tips For Cleaning And Maintaining Your Central A/C Unit's Exterior Condenser Fins

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Once warm weather arrives, you may be working on getting your home ready for the upcoming spring and summer months, which includes cleaning up and maintaining your home's central air conditioner. When you observed the unit, you may have found that the exterior fins have quite a bit of dirt caught in them. To help clean these up and ensure they are in good condition, use the tips below. 1.  Remove Dirt and Debris Caught in the Fins Gently with a Paintbrush and Garden Hose

18 February 2021

AC Refrigerant Leaks? Why They Occur And Why Homeowners Should Avoid DIY Solutions

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Residential air conditioning systems rely on a process called phase conversion to create cold air. In a standard A/C system, phase conversion can be described as the process where the refrigerant converts into gas vapor to aid in removing heat from the warm air that has been pulled from the home. As the air passes through the condenser, it is chilled before being sent back to the interior of the home.

5 February 2021