Category: furnace

Planning Ahead for Your Next Furnace

Posted on: December 30, 2017

Hope you’ll take this thought with the optimism with which it is presented: “Nothing lasts forever.” There are lots of reasons why that’s a good thing. For example, do you really want to be placing your mobile calls on a phone the size of a man’s shoe (some seemed that large)? Do you want to…

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Taking the Measure of Things

Posted on: November 28, 2017

When you take a test, do you get testy? It’s funny how those words are so similar-and probably not a coincidence. If you’ve got school-age kids around, you might notice that they get testy when it’s exam time, or you might get testy when it’s time to see the grades!

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I’m Glad You Asked…

Posted on: December 28, 2016

“But why?” you may ask. “Why should I get my furnace tuned up when it seems to be working fine?” Well, I was hoping I’d get a chance to answer that question. It’s just something you might call “taking care of business.” There are certain things we do that may be inconvenient at the moment-but…

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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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Can Your Furnace Pass the “Confidence” Test?

Posted on: January 7, 2015

Is your furnace good for one more season, or can you expect a collapse at the most inopportune (AKA coldest) moment possible? This is what a lot of homeowners wonder when they’ve been patching the same system for several years now. But here’s another question to consider: what could you expect if you made the…

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