The Top Reasons to Replace an Aging Furnace

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The fact is that most furnaces are only made to last about 15-20 years under normal operating conditions before they will need to be replaced. However, if you are like many homeowners with an aging furnace, you may be tempted to continue to use your furnace well past the 20-year mark. While it may seem… Read more »

Why is My Furnace Making That Weird Sound?

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Your furnace operates at a relatively low noise level. The few sounds it does make are not disruptive and usually go unnoticed as the winter drags on. That’s why a sudden change can indicate your furnace is suffering from a malfunction. The type of noise your furnace is emitting can help you pinpoint the cause… Read more »

The Top Signs That Your Furnace May Need to be Replaced

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With winter right around the corner, you may want to take a moment to consider the condition that your furnace is in and whether you should consider having it replaced this fall. By replacing your furnace before winter arrives, you will ensure your comfort in the coming months by preventing your furnace from breaking down… Read more »

Short Cycling Furnace Causes: Dirty Flame Rod

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Ever wonder what causes a cycling in a furnace? We encourage you to read this article to learn how a dirty flame rod can lead to short cycling. The Flame Rod  The flame rod is part of a furnace’s built-in safety system. Its job is to help regulate the state of the gas valve. The… Read more »

Furnace Repair Expert Offers Four Tips on Improving Winter Home Air Quality

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Many homeowners today keep their heating bills down over the winter by insulating their homes against the cold and sealing off cold air drafts entering from the outside. However, without the influx of fresh outside air, the air inside becomes stale and unhealthy. Dust, pet dander, and other allergens build up. Combustion gases from gas stoves,… Read more »