Ready to buy a new furnace, but not sure what to look for? We’ve got some recommendations that will help you to save money and stay more comfortable for years to come (as long as you have a professional install the heater and schedule regular maintenance visits!).
It’s getting colder. There was a moment when it seemed we’d have a full winter of fall weather, but it looks like that won’t be the case. We all budget for higher energy bills to keep our homes comfortable through the long cold. Although more expensive energy bills are common from November to April, they aren’t … Continue reading 5 Easy Ways to Save on Heating in 2016
Severe weather calls for a heating system that can handle the toughest of jobs. And a boiler is just the system for homeowners in our area, able to heat efficiently and effectively no matter the weather, as long as the system is well maintained. In fact, there are many reasons that local homeowners love their boilers.
When it comes to your safety and the safety of the people in your household, you shouldn’t take any risks. Natural gas heating equipment could run into problems that allow gas or carbon monoxide to leak into your home.
Around this time of the year, you cannot go a day without using your heating system in our neck of the woods. And all of this continuous use really takes its toll on your monthly budget. Is there a way to lower monthly energy and fuel costs without turning down the temperature to a setting that is downright uncomfortable? Definitely—if you’re willing to work with quality technicians to get your system into shape. Here are 3 ways you may be spending far too much on your monthly bills, and what you can do to solve the problem.
Strange noises from an important home system are often the first indications of trouble. But in your water heater, it might not be so unusual. Loud banging noises are common in a hot water heater, and you may not notice any effect on how well the system works.
Eventually, the components of any mechanical, gas, or electrical system will wear down. We know that people want to save a buck or two, and that’s why some homeowners wait until their heating systems have completely broken down before scheduling a replacement.
Don’t become another victim of a long-term HVAC equipment rental scheme. Renting a furnace and/or air conditioning system can end up costing you a lot more than purchasing a new one.
One of the most important aspects of your family’s health has to do with the air quality. Governments regulate the gases and byproducts that individuals and companies release into the air in order to ensure that the air quality outside is as healthy as possible for the earth and for the people.
You don’t want to wait in the cold for a technician to show up to your home to fix a broken heating system. Make the call for heating service early so that you’re not rushing into an avoidable emergency repair. So how can you tell that your heating system may be in need of service?