Your Furnace And The Furnace Limit Switch

Posted on: 18 December 2018

Keeping your furnace in good working order is important, especially if you don't want to end up without heat in the middle of winter. Part of your routine maintenance responsibilities is regularly changing your furnace filters. If you don't tend to this task, your indoor air quality will be poor, which can make it tough for people with allergies, asthma, and respiratory disorders. Dirty filters will also make your furnace work harder than it needs to, which can lead to breakdowns and a bad furnace limit switch.
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Tips For Saving Money When Replacing Your Home's Furnace

Posted on: 4 November 2018

If you live in a climate that has very cold winters, having a functioning furnace is essential. Unfortunately, a furnace will not last forever and the price to purchase a furnace and have it installed can be quite expensive. If your furnace has reached the end of its lifespan, you will need to replace it, but there are several things that you can do to save some money when doing so.
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Why Is It So Important To Have Your Furnace Cleaned?

Posted on: 4 October 2018

Your furnace hides in the basement, where you rarely ever see it. As such, it may seem like a strange idea to have your furnace cleaned. Why would you clean something nobody sees, and with a function that has nothing to do with looks? As it turns out, however, there are a few good reasons to have your furnace cleaned about once a year. Dirt on the Burner Can Cause Harmful Gasses to Accumulate
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Simple Solutions For Cleaning Your AC Unit

Posted on: 28 August 2018

Maintenance on your AC system is essential if you want to cool your home in an energy-efficient and effective manner. Many homeowners will clean the interior and exterior of their homes but forget about the simple steps it takes to clean their AC units. With this guide, you will learn a few simple solutions for cleaning your air conditioning units. Disconnect Power Before starting, you need to disconnect all power running to your outdoor units.
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