When and How to Get Your HVAC Cleaned

Cleaning your HVAC system is important for health reasons and to ensure the proper functioning of the system. A dirty HVAC system can spread dust, mold, and other airborne particles throughout your house. If dirt ends up on certain parts of your HVAC system, it can reduce the performance of these parts. This may cause the system to operate inefficiently, resulting in faster degradation. What is the best time to clean your HVAC system and how can you ensure your system is properly cleaned? [Read More]

Four Parts Of Your Furnace That Can Become Damaged

Furnace problems can be a bit of a mystery if you do not know what the different parts are. Here are four furnace components that can potentially stop working and prevent you from getting heat. Damaged Control Board A control board is not common in very old furnaces, but you'll find them in any modern furnace that you can buy today. You can tell if you have a damaged control board if the furnace demonstrating odd behavior, like turning on the air conditioner while the furnace is running. [Read More]

4 Questions about Furnace Problems

If there is one part of your house that causes you a lot of confusion, it is likely your furnace. The whole system may seem as complicated as a car engine, with a bunch of parts that you aren't certain about how they all work. You may have the following questions about some furnace problems. Why Does the Furnace Constantly Run? Have you noticed that your furnace is constantly running without having a break? [Read More]

4 Questions to Ask Yourself before Installing a New Furnace

A brand-new furnace represents one of the most important investments you can make in your home. Shopping for a new furnace takes time and effort. When you finally find one that's within your budget, you'll want to make sure you're choosing the right furnace for your home's heating needs. Here are a few questions to ask yourself before you make your final decision regarding heater installation. 1. Is It the Right Furnace for Your Home's Heating Load? [Read More]