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Is It Always Serious If I Smell Gas?

on December 11th, 2019 in Furnace Maintenance

If you smell gas in your home, you might not be sure how serious it is without knowing the source. If your home’s boiler, fireplace or central heating system runs on gas, any one of them could be the site of a gas leak. It could also be coming from another source, such as your […]

How Can I Tell if I Need My Furnace Fixed or Replaced?

on December 11th, 2019 in Furnace Maintenance

If you’re having problems with your furnace, you might be wondering how to know when it will be fixed and when you should get it replaced. You don’t want to spend money fixing it only to have to replace it in the end. You also don’t want to replace it when it can be fixed […]

How Often Should I Have My Furnace Inspected?

on November 5th, 2019 in Furnace Maintenance

With the autumn in high gear and winter fast approaching, temperatures will soon be below zero degrees. That means it’s officially heating season. It won’t be long before we have our furnaces running around the clock to keep our homes warm. If you haven’t had your furnace inspected in a while, it’s a good idea […]

What is More Affordable: Electric or Gas Water Heaters?

on September 7th, 2018 in Water Heaters

Looking for the lowest price tag when upgrading your water heater? Then stick around and we’ll go through the in and outs of the different water heater that you can purchase without breaking the bank. Your water heater is literally a tank that heats and stores water. All tank water heater work on the same […]

Quality #1 Where there’s smoke, there might be bad venting

on May 21st, 2018 in Furnace Maintenance

Common Venting issues: Your furnace uses gas burners to heat the air in your home. All those toxic gases from your burners need to be properly exhausted to the outdoors. The venting system is plastic tubing that directs the toxic gasses or “flu gases” from your furnace to the outdoors. As vital as this system […]

What Is the Best Water Heater for a Small Family?

on May 15th, 2018 in Water Heaters

Having a small family has its perks. With less people running around the home, there less need for more rooms, food, furniture and yes…hot water. Your needs are different than larger families, therefore the criteria for choosing a water heater will be different as well. In this article, we’ll go through the different factors to […]

What Is the Difference Between a Split Air Conditioner, Central Air Conditioner, and Window Air Conditioner?

on May 1st, 2018 in Air Conditioner, Air Conditioner Install

When a heatwave hits, everybody scrambles to find a way to stay cool. What’s the best way to do that? Well, you can start by plugging in all the antique fans throughout your home, leaving the fridge door open and if all else fails, jumping in a bucket of ice cold water. But you probably […]

Why Is My Furnace Not Blowing Any Hot Air?

on February 28th, 2017 in Furnace Maintenance

Without a regular maintenance plan, furnaces can experience all kinds of problems. When your furnace fails, the most common behavior is for it to blow with no heat. This your furnaces way of telling you it’s a in a “lockout mode”. When the furnace tries to start up but fails to, it pretty much gives up […]

3 Reason To Change Your Air Filters Regularly

on January 24th, 2017 in Uncategorized

  Replacing the air filters for your home’s furnace is an important task that you should do regularly. It will help to prevent impurities in the air from being circulated throughout your home. After a period of time your air filters will reach a point where they are no longer effective. That’s why you should […]

4 Ways Your Old Furnace Is Ruining The Air Quality of Your Home

on January 1st, 2017 in Uncategorized

The general rule for furnaces is that replacements are most often needed every 15 to 20 years. Within that age range, most furnaces will be worn out and probably damaged in enough small ways so that they will not operate efficiently. Replacement may be required after 15 years, especially if they are not maintained regularly. […]

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