It's Time To Put Down The Tools And Call Your Heating Contractor

Posted on: 23 February 2015

There are times when it makes sense for you to put a little elbow grease in it and work on your own furnace. Unless you are an authorized heating contractor, the work you do could end up voiding out your warranty. Many companies require that you have an authorized contractor handle the maintenance and repairs on the system if they are going to validate any warranty work. Another issue with working on the unit yourself is that you could end up doing more harm than good.
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Five Things You Need To Do When You Smell Methane Gas From Your Septic Tank And You Have A Lit Pilot Light

Posted on: 16 February 2015

If you are unfortunate enough to have a septic tank and a gas lit furnace, you may find yourself in a terrifying situation before too long. Your septic tank can back up and send methane and sulfide gas into your home, which is dangerous enough without adding natural gas and a match to the mix. Should you ever experience the two occurring simultaneously, here is what you need to do.
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Two Seasons With One Machine: Reasons To Install A Mini-Split Heat Pump In Your Home

Posted on: 10 February 2015

Many people heat their home with one machine and cool their home with a separate machine. Both the furnace and the air conditioner have to go in the same room, which takes up space that you could otherwise use for something else. Then you have the ductwork that carries conditioned air to the various rooms in your home. These ducts decrease your ceiling height and cost a lot of money to install.
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Furnace Vs Boiler: Which Is Right For Your Home?

Posted on: 5 February 2015

Boilers and furnaces represent two of the most beneficial options the residential heating industry has to offer. However, like all home heating systems, neither of these options will be right for every homeowner or every home. Thankfully, taking just a few minutes to review the pros and cons associated with each of these options can help you to determine which heating system is right for your home. Option #1: Furnace
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