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  • Saving on Heating Costs With a Gas Furnace Maintenance

      Save During the winter months, we tend to rely on our furnaces a lot more than we do any other time of the year. The irony is that many people do not take steps to ensure that their gas furnace maintenance has been done and that their furnace is functioning properly. That can really add up in terms of heating costs. Worse still is that you may run into an especially cold night where the [...]

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        Save A ductless mini split installation is probably right for you when you are planning to retrofit add-ons to existing systems that lack duct work. For instance, HVAC systems that use hot water, radiant heating grids, wood stoves and gas or oil space heaters can easily be extended. It's also the ideal solution when you are expanding your residential or commercial space by adding [...]

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    Warning Signs That You Need To Replace Your Gas Furnace

     Knowing the telltale warning signs that you need to replace your gas furnace will help you to avoid wasting money on an inefficient unit. It can also help you to avoid exposing yourself and your family to unsafe air quality. Don't wait until the unit is gasping for breath or has already died. You've heard about Murphy's Law, haven't you? The time that you most need your crippled gas furnace [...]

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    Check The Thermostat This is the first place to look for a problem. It's quite possible that you don't have furnace trouble at all. The furnace won't operate unless it receives the command from the thermostat. Make sure your thermostat wiring isn't broken anywhere along the line to the furnace. If you happen to discover any breaks, a simple splice that's wrapped with electrical tape will[...]

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      Save Central Gas Furnace This heating installation functions by heating the air and blowing it through the interior ductwork; it then enters the individual rooms and designated spaces. They can be fueled by either propane or natural gas. Pros Lower cost heating installation and repairs.Replacement is also cost-efficient as newer furnaces can generally adapt to any existing ductwork. [...]

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