Troubleshooting Common Furnace Noises

Posted on: 11 February 2019

When your central forced air furnace kicks into gear, a certain amount of noise is to be expected, since the fan and blower system have to move a great deal of air through the ductwork and to the various rooms throughout your home. However, there are a few different sounds that can point to mechanical issues with your furnace. Knowing what the most common irregular sounds that your furnace can make are, and what issues they indicate, can help you identify problems quickly so that they can be addressed by a HVAC professional before they grow to be serious and expensive to fix.
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Are Heat Pumps Worth The Money?

Posted on: 2 January 2019

Thanks to a greater awareness of the need to protect the environment and rising energy costs, many people in the US are looking for more efficient ways of using energy in their homes. Many people end up looking at ways of reducing their heating costs because this is where the highest percentage of energy costs comes from in most households in the US. One of the solutions that have been brought forward is the use of heat pumps.
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4 AC Maintenance Tips For Winter Care While Preparing For Warm Spring Weather

Posted on: 27 November 2018

Even though you are not using the cooling in your home now, there is still some maintenance that needs to be done. You will want to make sure that winter weather does not cause damage to your AC system and check your system after storms. There is also maintenance that needs to be done to get ready from warmer weather. Here are some AC maintenance tips for winter care and to prepare for warm spring weather.
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Refrigerator Too Warm? Check For These Issues

Posted on: 17 October 2018

Does it seem like your refrigerator is a little too warm lately?  This can turn into a serious problem if you don't address it quickly, because a warm refrigerator can allow your food to spoil. Various problems can cause a refrigerator to become cooler than normal. This article takes a look at some of the most common issues. Gaskets The gasket on your refrigerator is a large seal that wraps around the inside of your door.
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