Strange Furnace Odors – What They Mean

According to the National Fire Protection Association, heating systems is the third leading cause of house fires. Now that you are using your heating system frequently during these cold months, it […]

How to Solve Uneven Heating on Different Floors

Have you noticed that your home is warmer downstairs and cooler upstairs or vice versa? This can be a common problem for those with homes that have multiple floors. During […]

5 Signs that You May Have a Heat Loss Problem

Is your heating system on but your home is still chilly? Are you turning the heat up higher than usual? If you’ve experienced this, your home could be losing heat. […]

It’s Never Too Early to Think About a Furnace Inspection

Fall might have only just begun, but that doesn’t mean it’s too early to start thinking about our furnace for those cold winter nights. No one wants to wake up […]

What Causes Heat Exchangers to Crack?

It might be hard to believe but when heat exchangers crack it is actually part of a natural process that happens to every furnace over time.  Cracks in the metal […]

Advice on Choosing a New Furnace

It’s sad to think that summer is winding down and winter is right around the corner.  The Farmer’s Almanac is predicting it to be a very cold and snowy season, […]

Common Furnace Issues that Seasonal Maintenance May Prevent

Imagine it’s a cold January night and all of a sudden your furnace stops working.  No one wants to survive a night with no heat in your home.  That’s why […]

Why is My Furnace Running in the Summer?

It’s August and although we are months away (thankfully!) from winter weather our home might be thinking otherwise. If your furnace is running (even in the hot summer months) you […]

Benefits of Replacing Air Conditioner and Furnace at the Same Time

Replacing your air conditioning system and furnace at the same time might seem extremely difficult, but replacing both can save you energy and money in the long term. Before making […]

Common Furnace Pilot Light Problems

Older gas furnaces use a standing pilot light to ignite burners for heat. When a problem occurs with a pilot light, the furnace isn’t able to warm up properly in […]