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How To Rock the Heat in Your Basement

Basement History Basements didn’t start out actually needing heat in the early construction of American homes. Basements were often used as storage places for unused equipment, and functioned often as food storage rooms. You could find canned goods, bags of vegetables, and salted or sugar cured meats in basements during the 17,18, and 19th centuries. [...]

Facts About Furnace TuneUps

Furnace Season Winter has come and it is time to turn on the furnace. Those first few minutes of operation are crucial in understanding if your furnace is ready for the season. Most homeowners wait until a hint of cold is in the air to turn on the heaters or furnace. This is not the [...]

Furnace and Heating Issues that Demand Attention

It started to get cold, winter appeared, and you turned the thermostat the other way. Instead of going down in temperature, you're moving the numbers up a little bit. The heating system is turning on and sometimes things don't sound, smell or feel right. What to do? If furnace and heating system repair and maintenance [...]

It May Be Time To Replace Your Furnace

Furnaces You want to keep your home heated as efficiently as you can. To do this, you need a well-functioning and well-maintained furnace. Furnaces can last as much as 20 years and this is a long lifespan for something that is a combination of electrical and mechanical parts. However, it is possible a furnace can [...]

By |2018-06-21T17:57:55+00:00December 29th, 2017|Categories: Cost, Energy Efficiency, Furnace, HVAC Systems|Tags: , , |0 Comments