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Three Vital Maintenance Steps For An Old Furnace

9 September 2020
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Older furnaces need a little more care and attention than newer furnaces, but knowing what needs to be done can extend its lifespan and keep it running smoothly and efficiently. Taking care of an older furnace involves keeping your ducts sealed and insulated, inspecting your thermostat's batteries, and having important parts inspected, cleaned, and replaced on a regular basis. Duct Inspections One of the most important parts of your heating system is your ducts.
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2 Reasons Why You Should Not Install A Gas Furnace Yourself

28 August 2020
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After your home's gas furnace quit, you are faced with having to replace it with a new one. You may also be thinking about attempting to install it yourself to save money and to have a feeling of accomplishment for completing the task. However, there are a couple of reasons why you should not even try to install the furnace on your own. 1.  You Could Be Breaking the Law
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Making Repairs on Your Furnace Before the Cold Weather Arrives

28 August 2020
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Planning for winter is something that most people do with many things, and making sure the furnace in your home is ready for the seasons is an excellent way to reduce the chance of breakdowns. Maintenance and furnace repair can go hand in hand, so making an appointment for furnace maintenance and inspection is an excellent way to determine what repairs are needed. 1. Furnace Inspections One of the most essential parts of keeping your furnace running all winter is having a furnace repair company inspect the entire heating system and check the fuel system that feeds the furnace.
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Need Furnace Repair? 3 Things To Check First

9 July 2020
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It's the middle of the summer, and your furnace has suddenly decided not to run. This is a problem that any homeowner would want to fix as quickly as possible, but there are a few simple fixes that you should try before calling for furnace repair. 1. Inspect Your Thermostat Your thermostat is the brain of your HVAC system. The thermostat reads the ambient air temperature and sends the signal for your furnace to turn on when the set temperature isn't met.
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The Small Business Guide To Energy-Efficient HVACs For Better Building Designs

29 June 2020
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If you want to get the most from building designs, your business renovations should include an investment in a new HVAC. There are many options for more efficient heating and cooling systems that can reduce the energy consumption of your business. These systems can include things like heat pumps, geothermal mechanicals, or ductless solutions. For small businesses, you not only want an efficient HVAC system, but you also want it to be an affordable improvement.
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About Me
It's More Important Than You Think

I used to routinely get calls from HVAC contractors in my area offering annual maintenance contracts. As soon they would identify themselves, I would quickly say no thank you and hang up. After all, my heating and cooling system was working fine. Why would I spend money on services I clearly didn't need? Boy was I wrong! A few years ago, my AC unit suddenly stopped working. I called my HVAC contractor to have it repaired and assumed that my warranty would pick up the bill. That was until I learned my warranty was voided due to a lack of maintenance. Out of nowhere, my decision to ignore those maintenance calls was about to cost me more than a $1,000. I know there are others out there like me. It is my hope that this site will provide them with the knowledge they need to avoid the mistakes I made.

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