Does A Cold Home Always Mean A Broken Furnace?

Posted on: 20 November 2019

There's not much worse than turning the thermostat up on the first chilly day of the year and finding that your home's vents aren't producing the sweet relief of warm air. It's easy to panic when your heating system doesn't seem to be working, but there are several components that can potentially keep your home from feeling nice and toasty on a cold winter day. If you're wondering whether your furnace might be at fault for the shivers that you're feeling, ask these simple troubleshooting questions to help narrow down the problem.
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Cleaning AC Coils: Reasons And Precautions

Posted on: 17 October 2019

Dirty air conditioner (AC) coils affect cooling efficiency, so you need to clean the coils regularly. Below are some of the specific reasons for cleaning the coils and the precautions to take during cleaning. Reasons for Cleaning Here are the major reasons for cleaning AC coils. Maintain Energy Efficiency The AC coils are responsible for heat exchange between the refrigerant and the air; they are the reasons your AC cools the house.
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Think About Installing Ductless Systems At Your House

Posted on: 13 September 2019

Trying to find the right heating solution for your house can be difficult, especially if you are trying to retrofit something into place. One thing you might not have thought of is using a ductless heating system.  Ductless Systems These are also called mini-split heating systems. Instead of having a furnace that is attached to your house that blows air though ducts or a boiler which pushes hot water through a radiator, these systems are installed through an exterior wall.
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Do These Four Things If Your Furnace Stops Working

Posted on: 5 August 2019

If you've ever experienced a winter without adequate heating, you know how miserable the cold can be. You rely on your furnace to keep the worst of the cold weather at bay, but eventually you may experience a furnace outage. If your furnace quits unexpectedly, here are four steps you should follow: 1. Check every room in the house. In some cases, the problem isn't with your furnace but your air ducts.
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