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Weird Furnace Noises, and What They Mean

January 8th, 2018

Burner-JetsYou need to be especially vigilant for signs that your furnace is developing issues during the winter season this year. The daily temperatures are reaching extreme lows, which means you’re likely placing more strain on your furnace that increases the likelihood of issues developing. We’re not suggesting that you go without heat, of course. Merely that you take steps to ensure that your system stays in the best possible shape. One of the ways you can do that is actually to listen for warning signs that your furnace is in trouble. If you’re not sure what to listen for, read on.

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Signs That You Need a New Water Heater

December 25th, 2017

water-heater-installationWater heaters put up with a lot of abuse throughout their years of operation. They’re designed to, actually. If you think about how many times a day, every day, you make use of hot water in your home, you’ll realize that your water heater works incredibly hard 24/7.

Even if you take perfect care of your water heater, though, with consistent maintenance and prompt repairs, you know that eventually you will have to replace it with a new one. The following are a few signs that you should look for in your water heater, indicating that maybe it’s time to have a professional replace it for you.

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Make Sure You Schedule Bi-Annual Maintenance for Your Heat Pump

December 11th, 2017

heat-pump-maintenanceDon’t you hate that feeling where, just as though it seems you have everything running smoothly, something else breaks down? Or bursts into flames? Or blows up? It’s a common feeling for a lot of people during the holidays, and we want to do our part to reduce that feeling for you as much as possible.

Of all the things you could have break down on you during the winter season, your heat pump is probably at the top of the list of the most inconvenient ones. The best way to make sure that that doesn’t happen is to schedule maintenance for it, even if it has already received maintenance this year.

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Why Your Furnace Output is Low

November 27th, 2017

furnaceLow furnace output is a common problem during the heating season, when demand on the system is high. It’s also one of the most inconvenient times to have that particular problem. If your furnace happens to be putting out less heat than you think it should be this heating season, there might be a number of different reasons why. Read on find out more about the various problems that might cause low furnace output, and what can be done about them.

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How to Manage Humidity

November 13th, 2017

thermostatNobody likes to deal with air that’s too dry or humid. It’s a great way to make a pleasant day uncomfortable, and an already-uncomfortable day worse. Humidity imbalance is much more than a comfort issue, though. There are health considerations that you should be aware of. It’s a good idea to know how to manage humidity levels in your home, if you know that they tend to get unbalanced frequently. Have a look at some of the best ways that you can manage humidity levels below.

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What to Check When the Furnace is Not Heating

October 16th, 2017

burner-assemblyWe’re getting deeper into heating season, which means you’re probably relying on your furnace more often to keep your home warm. If your furnace is not providing the levels of heat that you need to stay comfortable, you probably need to have a professional HVAC technician fix it for you. Before you call for professional repairs, though, you should check a few things yourself to make sure that it’s not a minor thing you can take care of. We’ve outlined a few of those minor issues below.

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What to Check When the AC Isn’t Cooling

October 2nd, 2017

air-conditionerWe’re technically into the fall season now, but we’re still experiencing some pretty hot days. You might be using your air conditioner during the day for a couple more weeks before turning it off for the season. That means that you still need to be careful about any issues that might develop with the system. One of the first signs people notice that their air conditioner is in trouble is when it stops cooling properly. If your air conditioner isn’t cooling your home the way it should be, there are a number of things you should check before calling for repairs.

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How to Change Your Air Filter

September 18th, 2017

clean-air-filterThere are a lot of measures you should take to make sure that your air conditioner is kept in good shape throughout the summer season. Most of the best ways to keep your air conditioner running properly involve scheduling professional services, especially preventive maintenance. However, there is also a specific step that you can personally take to keep your system healthy. Let’s have a look at the air filter, why it’s important, and how to keep it from harming your air conditioner.

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Low Air Conditioner Output? Read This

September 4th, 2017

air-conditioner-repairNobody likes to have their air conditioner start developing problems in the middle of a hot summer day. Unfortunately, that happens all too often as demand on the system increases. The more you use your air conditioner, the higher you raise the chances of a problem of some kind occurring. The good news is that if you know what to look for, you can identify problems and have them repaired before they can do too much damage. Dropping output is one of the first major signs that your air conditioner is having some sort of problem. Have a look at some of the reasons below why the air conditioner output might below.

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July 3rd, 2017

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