Archive for the 'Furnace' Category

January 23rd, 2020
The easiest way to clean the air in your home is to utilize a high quality furnace filter. HVAC professionals say that furnace filters can remove dust, mold, pollen, allergens and dander. Despite these recommendations, home owners tend to forget about the importance of changing their furnace filter...
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December 19th, 2019
Selecting a heating system for your home can be daunting with so many options available. Let's look at some common home heating system options. Examining their advantages and disadvantages can make your decision easier to make. Furnaces Furnaces are forced-air heating systems that can run on...
November 21st, 2019
With winter fast approaching, soon it will be time to turn on your furnace. However, when you flip the switch, you may notice that it's not working like it did last year. Whether your HVAC is slow to turn on or not coming on at all, you need to find out the reason. Most times, it's just a glitch or...
September 19th, 2019
According to the federal government’s standards, the heating and cooling system in your home is responsible for at least half of your energy costs. When fall is upon us, it also brings unpredictable energy usage. Cost efficiency means preparing your HVAC effectively for the change in weather. 1....
December 31st, 2016
As the colder seasons start to creep into East Texas, your furnace becomes one of the most valuable things in your home. However, there are possible instances when your furnace just won’t start up. You become uncomfortable, and then panic sets in because you start to imagine the horrible things...
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November 15th, 2016
There are varied kinds of heating systems which can keep your home or business warm during the freezing months of winter. Central heating furnaces are very common and are used popularly in many households across Texas. Other heating systems are boilers, gas filled space heaters, and heat pumps. But...
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