How To Know If Your Natural Gas Furnace Is Malfunctioning

Posted on: 28 November 2017

It is imperative to know whether your natural gas furnace is having problems, because some of those problems are not just an inconvenience, they are dangerous. To ensure that you are perfectly aware of when it is time to shut down the furnace and call for an emergency HVAC technician to assist you, you will want to review the following scenarios. The Pilot Light Keeps Going Out On Its Own
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A Close Look At Common Mistakes Made During Crawl Space Encapsulation

Posted on: 10 October 2017

When most homeowners think about making their home more efficient, they look at places like the attic or around the windows and doors. However, the crawl space under your home could be one of the biggest reasons you have issues with heating and cooling loss or high humidity levels in the house. Thankfully, crawl space encapsulation is a good way to get a handle on this issue. Unfortunately, unwitting homeowners who go after this project as a DIY process often make critical mistakes that hinder their end result.
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Get Your Furnace Ready For Winter

Posted on: 20 September 2017

With winter getting nearer, homeowners are looking for easy ways to make their heating system more efficient. Keeping your house warm can come at quite a cost, especially if you don't regularly service your HVAC system. You can lose a lot of heat if your furnace is located in a garage, basement, utility room, or any other space where the temperature is not controlled in unison with the rest of the house.
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The Importance Of The Condenser Hose

Posted on: 6 September 2017

Does it feel like the air coming out of your vents is not as cold as powerful as it should be? If you are experiencing reduced airflow, there could be a number of possible problems. Before you call in an HVAC professional to check out your system, you should run a few checks yourself. You might be able to identify and fix the problem very easily. One of the most common causes of weak airflow is a disconnected or damaged condenser hose.
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