The End of Winter: Is Your Old Furnace Ready to Retire?

Monday, March 19th, 2018

furnace-gas-with-pipesWinter officially ends this week, and we hope you already have plans for your air conditioning maintenance. Early spring is the best time to do it!

But do you also have plans to scrap your old furnace? You just went through another winter with it, and depending on how well it performed, you might be debating having a new one installed before the next winter arrives.

If you feel a bit hesitant about making a decision about replacing your furnace, that’s fine. Installing a new furnace is a large investment, and you don’t want to jump into it unless it’s the most cost-effective option. We’re here to help! You can call on us for assistance in determining if you’re ready for a new furnace, or if furnace repair in Shreveport, LA can keep it working effectively for a few more years.

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Atmospheric vs. Sealed Combustion Furnaces: What’s the Difference?

Tuesday, February 28th, 2017

furnace-burners-burning-blueThe technology of heating and cooling a home is a field that’s always advancing. When it comes to furnaces, the new technology is designed to meet four goals:

  • Making the furnace safer
  • Increasing reliability and a reduction in repair issues
  • Better indoor comfort
  • Improving energy efficiency

Today we’re going to look at the sealed combustion furnace, which is an advance in furnace technology that hits all four of those goals. But first, we have to talk about atmospheric combustion furnaces, the older technology that sealed combustion furnaces aim to replace.

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Ways to Save Money with Energy-Efficient Appliances

Monday, December 19th, 2016

Everybody wants to save money in their home, and there are many ways to cut down on expenditures. A way that we can help you with lowering annual costs is through installing special energy-saving HVAC and IAQ (indoor air quality) appliances and products. Below are a few suggestions.

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Evaluate Your Furnace at the Start of the Season

Monday, September 26th, 2016

Yes, it’s still warm outside. That’s often how it is during the first few weeks of fall. But that doesn’t mean we can simply ignore that time marches forward, and it can quickly march into the cold part of the year. Right now is the time to prepare your home for the upcoming cooler weather.

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Is Your Furnace Ready to Be Replaced? It Might Be!

Monday, October 12th, 2015

October means that—aside from planning your Halloween costume or your children’s Halloween costumes—you need to plan your heating needs for the approaching winter. Last week, we brought you a reminder about calling for a regular maintenance tune-up for your heating system. This week we’ll look at a bigger solution to future heating trouble: replacing an old gas furnace for a new unit.

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