Cracked Heat Exchangers and the Importance of Furnace Maintenance

Monday, November 30th, 2015

A few weeks ago, we addressed a concern that homeowners who use natural gas furnaces often have: carbon monoxide leaks. Today, we’re going to look at a specific reason that a gas furnace may leak harmful CO, and why it’s vitally important that you have routine fall maintenance for the furnace to help prevent it. The problem is with cracked heat exchangers.

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Signs You May Need Commercial Freezer Repair

Monday, November 23rd, 2015

No matter what kind of business you operate, if you depend on a commercial freezer for daily operations you must make sure that it remains in excellent shape at all times. When a freezer begins to show signs that it’s malfunctioning, you can’t afford to wait for it to fully break down before you call repair technicians as a non-functioning freezer will have a serious negative affect on your business.

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Should I Run My Heater or AC All Day, Even When I’m Not Home?

Monday, November 16th, 2015

There are numerous misunderstandings and myths circulating about HVAC equipment and how to properly heat or cool a home—and the Internet has only made these misconceptions spread faster. For example, pushing up the thermostat to its highest setting won’t heat up a home faster, it only keeps the heater running longer.

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How to Reduce Worries about Carbon Monoxide Leakage with Your Furnace

Monday, November 9th, 2015

Carbon monoxide. It’s a term that’s pretty frightening to people, especially since has earned the nickname “the silent killer” because it’s an odorless, colorless, and toxic gas. Carbon monoxide (CO) is found in the fumes from combustion engines, and if it builds up inside a house it can create major health problems.

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Why Is My Heat Pump/Air Conditioner Always Running?

Monday, November 2nd, 2015

The question in the title of today’s post is a dilemma that we often hear from our customers. In fact, it’s almost as common to hear as “Why won’t my system start running?” Believe us, a system that won’t stop is just as much of a problem for a home as one that won’t even start. When you come across this problem, get on the phone and call for our repair technicians to solve the problem.

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