Category: furnace heat

The Routines of Saving Money, Protecting Family Health

Posted on: January 30, 2018

Just think of it as any ordinary experience-you make a simple call that preserves a multi-thousand dollar investment, decreases your monthly energy expenses and protects your family from serious dangers that can come from faulty heating equipment operation.

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Making the Case When Your Furnace Doesn’t Make the Grade

Posted on: February 9, 2016

It’s a common question for a common experience. When your home heating system is getting past its prime, when you find that your comfort isn’t what it used to be, when energy bills appear higher than they should be and when you’ve had to call for repairs on multiple occasions… that’s the time homeowners ask,…

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How to Warm Up That Cold Room!

Posted on: January 3, 2016

We frequently hear complaints from homeowners about that one cold room in their home. It could be a bedroom, office room, basement or even kitchen area. Though there are many variables which affect the temperature in an individual room (like height of ceilings, number of returns and vents, amount of windows…), there are certain steps…

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Questions You’d Like to Ask Your Furnace

Posted on: December 17, 2014

Do you ever get the feeling that your old furnace has a mind of its own? Sometimes it probably seems that way. These older models do appear to get more and more stubborn over time-not unlike the rest of us!

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