Three Signs You Need To Replace Your Heat Pump

Posted on: 27 February 2018

A heat pump is an alternative climate control system for your home over more traditional forced air heating that operates by using a heat exchanger to move heat from the exterior of your home to the interior, and vice versa, depending on the season. However, just like all other major appliances, heat pumps can begin to degrade over time and perform less effectively. Understanding some of the signs associated with a heat pump that has begun to fail can help you understand when you should contact an HVAC professional to have your unit inspected and replaced.
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2 Ways To Improve Your Heat Efficiency

Posted on: 30 December 2017

Your heating system needs some TLC if you are going to get maximum efficiency out of it. Obviously, there are a lot of HVAC repairs that need to be professionally handled, but there are some things that homeowners can do on their own. This article explains two ways you can help to keep up your heating system, even if you have no experience working with HVAC systems. Change Your Air Return Filter
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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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