Category Archives: Furnace

5 HVAC Tips to Reduce Seasonal Allergies

Alleviate allergy symptoms and improve air quality with regular HVAC maintenance. Read on for 5 helpful HVAC tips to reduce seasonal allergies. Continue reading

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Is Your Furnace Short Cycling?

If your furnace clicks on and off before reaching the set temperature, it may be short cycling. Read on for tips on preventing furnace short cycling and saving money down the road. Continue reading

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The Benefits of a Two-Stage Furnace

Two-stage heating is an efficient, cost-effective way to heat your home. Read on to understand the benefits of a two-stage furnace in the frigid North. Continue reading

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Your Furnace is Red-Tagged. Now What?

A red-tagged furnace means there’s a critical saftey issue. Read our blog for information on what to do to keep you and your family safe. Continue reading

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When is the Best Time to Buy a Furnace or Air Conditioner?

A new HVAC system is a hefty financial investment that may be hard to wrap your head around. So when is the best time to buy a furnace or air conditioner? Read our blog to find out. Continue reading

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How Do I Decide on a Furnace Size?

Deciding what size furnace to install can leave any homeowner frazzled. We’re here to lend an ear to your frustrations and help you determine the right furnace size for your home. Learn more on our blog. Continue reading

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Reasons to Sign an HVAC Planned Service Agreement

A Planned Service Agreement could save you money, provide you with exclusive deals, and allow you to rest easy knowing your yearly maintenance is covered. Learn more on our blog. Continue reading

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Easy Ways to Improve Your HVAC Habits

Most people broke their nose-picking habit a long time ago; others are still digging for gold, and not the kind that’s worth any moola. Picking your nose may be (mostly) harmless, but some habits are expensive. Learn how to overcome … Continue reading

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What Does a New Furnace Cost?

A furnace should last 15-20 years, but when it has run its course, there’s no avoiding a costly replacement. You can expect to drop anywhere from $2,000 to $6,000, depending on what type of furnace you purchase, what contractor you … Continue reading

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A Basic Guide to Replacing Your Furnace Filter

Do you get angry when you see a higher heating bill? How about when you find out that a simple task like not changing your furnace filter is what is costing you that extra money? It may be an annoying … Continue reading

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