A Rundown on Furnace Filters

February 14, 2022

All furnaces have an air filter that needs to be changed on a regular basis to help keep your indoor air quality at a good level. Whenever you head to the store to get a new filter, it will become obvious that you have many options. By understanding the different types of filters on the market, you can best determine which one is going to meet the needs of your home. HEPA Filters One type of filter that receives a lot of buzz is the HEPA filter. Also known as a high-efficiency particulate air filter,

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Demystifying How Your Furnace Works

January 3, 2022

Despite depending on your furnace to keep your family safe and comfortable over the winter, you may not know how it actually works. While it may seem like a bit of magic at first, understanding the general process helps you get the most from your unit. Pull back the curtain, and see what makes your furnace work and how you can help it perform better. It Stars at the Thermostat Your thermostat is the brain of your heating system, signaling when to start a heating cycle. This is why keeping your thermostat in good working order

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How to Know if Your Furnace Is Up to Code

December 16, 2021

Did you know that your home furnace is subject to local building codes and regulations? A lot of do-it-yourself home builders forget this, and after installing a furnace or other home system themselves, they may run into code compliance issues. And, even if you did not install your furnace yourself, it may be too old to be in compliance with current codes. So, how do you know if your furnace is up to code? What Building Codes Are Building codes are the rules that regulate what can and cannot be done when a home

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Cut Your Heating Bills This Winter With a Few Tips

September 20, 2021

If you’re trying to cut costs this winter, your heating bills are a good place to start. You could save hundreds or even thousands of dollars on the total amount that you spend on heating costs, and you’ll still be able to keep your home toasty warm. You’ll need to take an inventory to determine which tips will help the most, but this list is a good place to start. Insulate Everything Insulation can be pretty expensive, but you can cut your costs for heating significantly if you can figure out where you’re losing the most

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