Furnace Getting Older? 2 Tips To Help It Last Longer So You Can Keep Your Home Heated

Posted on: 1 March 2019

If your furnace is getting older, the last thing you want to have happen is for it to stop providing heat for your home. This is especially true if you live in an area that gets very cold during the winter months. Fortunately, there are things you can do to help the furnace last longer for you. Below are two of these things to help you get stared. Get a Tune Up
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Outside Doesn't Mean Dirt-Resistant: Clean The Cooling Fins On Your AC Compressor

Posted on: 20 January 2019

Your central air conditioning compressor has to be able to handle bad weather because of the compressor's outdoor location. However, that doesn't mean the compressor is maintenance-free. You still need to perform maintenance on the whole system, including the outdoor compressor. Neglecting the compressor can lead to a quick AC breakdown, something that you don't want to deal with in summer when repair companies are handling a high volume of calls.
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Understanding And Troubleshooting Electric Forced-Air Heaters For New Homeowners

Posted on: 9 December 2018

As a new homeowner, you have a lot to learn about the various systems working behind the scenes to keep your family comfortable and safe. In addition to learning about plumbing and electrical systems, you must also have a basic understanding of the HVAC system. Though an electric forced-air furnace looks like a scary mystery to many new homeowners, they really are fairly simple appliances. Even though you may not want to tackle working on your own furnace when it has issues, having some basic knowledge about its parts and how they work is advisable.
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4 Energy Efficient Heating Solutions To Upgrade Your Home And Save This Winter

Posted on: 6 November 2018

If you have an outdated heating system for your home, you may want to consider upgrades to improve energy efficiency. Today, there are many options for more efficient heating for your home, such as solar and wind energy or biomass fuels. There are also options like modern heat pump HVAC systems. Here are some of the energy-efficient solutions that you will want to consider helping you start saving this winter:
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