2 Components Of Your Gas Furnace That Need To Be Inspected After Winter

Posted on: 15 July 2015

Your furnace managed to survive the long winter without requiring any expensive repairs. Even though your furnace didn't break down, it sustained excessive wear—and although the winter season is now over, your gas furnace may still pose a threat to your safety if certain components malfunctioned or sustained heavy damage. Have these two components of your furnace inspected after each winter season to ensure your home's safety: Combustion Chamber Your combustion chamber contains several vital components of your furnace.
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Should You Start Saving For A New Furnace?

Posted on: 9 July 2015

As your furnace ages, it will start having more and more issues. Before you get to a point where it simply won't heat your home anymore, you may want to seriously consider replacing it. By saving up the money ahead of time, you can lay your old furnace to rest at the appropriate time, and ensure you have the money to purchase the new furnace you actually want without breaking your budget.
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Don't Let These Condensate Issues Send You Down The Drain

Posted on: 18 June 2015

As your air conditioner works hard to remove latent heat from the surrounding air, it also removes moisture by condensing it from vapor to liquid form. The liquid condensate drops into a drip pan below the evaporator coil, where it's eventually channeled through a drain into the nearest drainage point. There are a lot of things that can get in the way of proper condensate drainage. Read along and find out which problems could lead to drainage failure and what you or your HVAC technician can do to fix these problems.
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Consider Every Part Of Your Home To Maximize Savings On Cooling And Heating

Posted on: 31 July 2014

When it comes to saving money on your heating and cooling costs, nothing works better than taking on a 'whole-house' approach to your energy use. Every part of your home offers potential for savings, from your roof to your floors. Here are some ways you can not only reduce your energy consumption in your home, but also increase your energy production, by paying close attention to every part of your home.
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