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What Elements Can Shorten The Lifespan Of A Heating Unit?

Two heating units can be installed at the same exact time, yet have two very different lifespans. This is because there are a few different elements that affect the lifespan of a heating unit. If you are having heating installation performed, you may want to learn about the factors that can shorten the lifespan of your unit. Heating devices are pricey, and you want to help yours last as long as it is designed to. Read More 

Things To Consider When Installing A New Furnace In Your Home

If you need a new heating system in your home, you will need to talk with a furnace installer about the process of removing your old system and installing a new one. Depending on the heating system you will use, furnace installation can involve several weeks of work and may involve opening walls to run pipes or ductwork throughout the house. Heating System Failure If the heating system or furnace in your house stops working because the old one is beyond repair, you will need to make some choices. Read More 

How To Improve The Life And Performance Of Your Air Conditioner

An air conditioner's components such as filters, coils, and fans need regular maintenance to function properly. If you fail to maintain your AC, it will gradually decline in performance and escalate your energy costs. Here are tips that will ensure your AC functions effectively throughout the years. Use a Programmable Thermostat You can reduce your thermostat's energy use by resetting your unit when you're not using it (like when no one is home). Read More 

3 Diagnostic Steps For Cold Spots In Multi-Zone Heating Systems

Multi-zone HVAC systems can help keep your home comfortable while also improving energy efficiency, but it can be frustrating when you notice cold or hot spots within a zone. Your thermostat setpoint should provide reasonably even heating throughout its zone, so rooms that get too hot or too cold are usually a good indication that you have a problem. Of course, diagnosing cold spots is often easier said than done. You may also wonder if it's worth calling an HVAC technician for a seemingly minor inconvenience. Read More 

3 Reasons To Lower Your Water Heater Temperature

Hot water is a modern luxury that homeowners take for granted. It's important that you become familiar with the ins and outs of your water heater if you want to continue accessing a ready supply of hot water. The temperature setting on your water heater is one component that you should monitor regularly. Reducing the temperature of your water heater can provide you with a number of benefits that will prove useful over time. Read More