3 Ways Gas Furnace Maintenance Extends Your Heat Exchanger’s Life

Even if you're not an HVAC expert, you've probably heard of your furnace's heat exchanger. The heat exchanger is a critical component of any furnace that uses combustion to generate heat. This radiator-like device allows the furnace to extract heat energy from the exhaust gases while safely funneling combustion byproducts outside your home. Although heat exchangers are relatively simple, they're critical to maintaining your furnace's safety. A cracked heat exchanger can allow deadly gases into your home, and replacing a heat exchanger is so costly that replacing the whole furnace is often more cost-effective. Read More 

Signs You Require Attic Insulation Replacement

An attic is a space directly below your roofing and above your ceiling. You can use the area for storage or convert the attic into a bedroom. However, you need to insulate your attic to prevent heat loss from your home. But, the insulation may wear down as it gets old. Also, the insulation may get damaged by weather elements. While attic insulation repair may work, sometimes the damage is severe, calling for a replacement. Read More 

3 Steps To Proper Furnace Maintenance

Properly maintaining your furnace can extend the life of your heating system, improve energy efficiency, and ensure your warranty coverage remains valid. That is why it is so important for all homeowners to ensure furnace maintenance is included in their regular household upkeep. To ensure your furnace is properly maintained, you will need to complete each of the following three steps. Step #1: Clean Or Replace Your Furnace Filter Airflow plays an important role in the function of your furnace. Read More 

Why Isn’t Your Home Keeping The Temperature Comfortable In The Winter?

Is your home struggling to maintain the temperature set on your thermostat? This can be a frustrating way to spend the winter when you just want to snuggle up and be cozy. Sometimes, leaky windows or a lack of insulation are to blame. But if you've ruled those things out, then your issue probably comes down to a problem with the furnace. Here are some common furnace problems that cause a home not to maintain a comfortable temperature in the winter. Read More 

About Central Heating System Problems

A home could reach dangerous temperatures inside when it is freezing, especially a home that has poor insulation and a malfunctioning heating system. Unfortunately, homeowners sometimes experience such a situation due to not getting their heating system repaired before it gets cold outside. If your home is too cold inside for you to feel comfortable, you need to hire an HVAC contractor so the problem can be resolved as soon as possible. Read More