How often to tune up your furnace
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With the mid-year season fast approaching, we all perceive what’s in store when it arrives. The humid climate and scrutinizing and heat-swarmed shorelines, crowded plane terminals and malls, higher power bills and out and disruption of our comfort are a part of the things we foresee.
Regardless, among these, I think it’s safe to say that we fear the rising in utility charges the most. While different HVAC systems are capable of helping us combat these problems by reducing our utility bills, few out of every odd individual are fit for presenting them. For this reason, many would give up their comfort for the sake of their utility bills.
If you are fully aware of how to take care of your HVAC system and do what it takes to maintain them, you can sleep well at night … read more
We can never know when an HVAC emergency is going to strike. According to government statistics, a quarter of all households don’t have savings ready to pay for an emergency HVAC repair should one be needed. Half of those who do have some cash prepared have less than a thousand dollars – certainly not enough to cover a new furnace.
Read on to make sure you’re not risking getting stuck in a cold home if your furnace stops working or keeps shutting off during the winter.
The Most Common Causes for HVAC Breakdowns
A faulty air conditioning and heating system was the most common of all home emergencies cited in the report – it accounted for a fifth of unexpected breakdowns. Some frequent causes of a furnace breaking down are:
-Faulty pilot or ignition
-Wear and tear over time
Meanwhile, the most common HVAC unit problems… read more