Three Common Types Of Furnace Issues And What You Should Do About Them

Posted on: 16 October 2015

When the weather starts to turn cold, you depend on your furnace to keep your home comfortable. Unfortunately, there are times when your furnace may not live up to that expectation. If you're having furnace issues, then there's a good chance they fall into one of these three categories. Here's how to handle each one. The furnace is blowing out air, but it's not hot. Whenever your furnace stops heating but is still blowing out air, the first thing you should check is that the pilot light is still lit.
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5 Noises You Shouldn'T Hear From Your A/C System

Posted on: 15 October 2015

When it comes to keeping your home cool throughout the hottest periods of the year, your air conditioner is normally a silent partner. However, there are a lot of ways that your A/C system can make itself heard, especially when it needs service. When you hear these following noises, you'll know that it's time to have your A/C system looked at, either on your own or with the help of an experienced HVAC technician.
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4 Issues That Could Sideline Your Furnace

Posted on: 13 October 2015

The fall season is in full swing and winter is just around the corner. The last thing you need is for your furnace to be sidelined by common problems when you need it most. Here are 4 all-too-common issues that could put a wrench in your seasonal heating plans, as well as how to prevent those issues from leaving your home in the cold. Malfunctioning Thermostat Thermostat failures are usually the most common type of failure for a typical furnace.
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Building A House? Get Geothermal Heating And Cooling In The Ground

Posted on: 7 October 2015

Buying a house can be a stressful experience. With all the different options, locations, and price points, it is easy to see how many buyers will have to settle when searching for the perfect home. Fortunately, building a home ensures you receive the perfect house for you, your budget, and your needs. Since heating and cooling encompasses half of your home's total energy usage, incorporating an innovative, eco-friendly system into your initial design plans is smart.
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