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Be Careful of These Furnace Issues

Monday, March 11th, 2019

frunace-inspectionWhile it’s never good to take things for granted, you know your furnace is in good working order when you hardly realize it’s there. Aside from the peaceful whooshing of air and the fact that your room is getting warmer, there shouldn’t be much else going on.

A properly working furnace is a lot to be thankful for. But at the same time, you don’t want to forget about the furnace issues that can ruin your comfort. Fortunately, they can be stopped with a bit of diligence and regular maintenance. We’ll explain what they are down below:

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If You Notice These Furnace Issues, Call for Repairs

Monday, October 22nd, 2018

gas-burnerFurnace problems are going to become much more likely over the next couple of months, as the temperature starts to drop. The more you rely on your furnace to keep you warm over the coming heating season, the more likely it’s going to become to cultivate various problems. Preventive maintenance will help reduce the odds of these problems occurring, of course, which is why we recommend that you schedule it as soon as possible. Even if you have, though, it’s not a guarantee that you’ll spend the whole season heating issue-free. Have a look at the following symptoms that indicate a problem with your furnace.

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Furnace Issues to Be Aware Of

Monday, February 12th, 2018

FurnaceThe weather is starting to heat up, but we probably have a few days of cold weather left before all of us switch entirely over to air conditioning for the season. As long as you’re still using your furnace, you need to be aware of possible problems it can run into. If you know what to look for, you should be able to identify warning signs of a furnace issue and have it repaired before it can do any real damage. Have a look at some of the signs that your furnace is in bad shape, and when you should call for repairs.

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Why is My Furnace Making Strange Noises?

Monday, December 18th, 2017

furnaceIt is especially important that you be on the lookout for warning signs that your furnace is in trouble this winter. The heating season is the time of year when furnaces are placed under the most stress, and as such are the most likely to develop problems. If you can identify problems quickly and get them repaired, then you will be much more likely to prevent the damage those problems might cause. One of the more obvious ways to tell if your furnace is acting up is to listen for odd noises coming from the system.

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Listen for These Furnace Noises

Monday, November 14th, 2016

As you start to rely on your furnace more and more to stay comfortable this winter, be aware of any problems that may develop with the system. The more demand you put on the furnace, the more likely it will be to develop problems. The faster you can identify any issues with the furnace, the faster you can get it repaired and the better off it will be. One of the best ways to identify problems early is to listen for any noises coming from the furnace.

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Signs Your Furnace is in Trouble

Wednesday, November 9th, 2016

Winter is the most stressful time of year for furnaces. The longer you use your furnace every day, the more strain you’re going to put on the system. That makes it more likely for problems to occur. If you want to keep your furnace in the best possible condition, you should keep an eye out for the following issues.

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Common Furnace Problems to Watch for This Winter

Monday, December 21st, 2015

Winter is the time of year that is most stressful for furnaces. Wear and tear is increased, and the chances of a serious problem occurring go up significantly. Even if you’ve had your furnace professionally checked recently, you should remain vigilant for any problems that may crop up. Let’s take a look at some of the more common furnace problems that you may run into this winter.

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How Short Cycling can Destroy Your Furnace

Monday, November 23rd, 2015

As you start to rely on your furnace more and more to keep you warm this winter, you may start to notice that your system is turning itself on and off every couple of minutes. While this may seem harmless, it’s actually a sign of a serious problem called “short cycling.” Short cycling is capable of not only causing break downs, but permanently shortening the life of the entire furnace. Let’s examine what causes short cycling, and what you can do about it.

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