Archive for the ‘Heating’ Category

Now is the Perfect Time to Replace Your Heating System

Monday, April 16th, 2018

gas-burnersWe’re coming to the end of the heating season pretty soon. Before too long, you’re going to be using your air conditioner on a regular basis to keep your home comfortable. This may seem like an odd time to think about it, but now is actually a perfect time to consider replacing your heating system. If your current heater can’t get you through another cold season, it’s better to replace it now than to wait until right before you need it. Take a look at the following signs that you should replace your heating system before next winter. (more…)

Things You Should Check Before Calling for Heating Repair

Monday, April 2nd, 2018

modern-thermostatIt can be especially frustrating to have your heating system stop working just when you need it the most. Before you call for professional repairs, though, you should know that there are a number of possible reasons why your heating system may not be working. Some issues might even be fixable without professional services. You should check the following areas before you call for professional heating repair services. (more…)

Why Your Furnace Isn’t Heating Well Enough

Monday, March 19th, 2018

FurnaceBefore you ask, no, it’s probably not because it’s lost the inspiration to heat. Or because it’s mad at you. Or because it’s experiencing burnout. Well, maybe actual burnout in some capacity. Certainly not emotional, though.

Anyway, a furnace that won’t heat is one of the more irritating issues to deal with at home during the winter season. There are a lot of different reasons why your furnace may not be heating properly, some of which we’ve listed below. (more…)

What Heating System Should I Install?

Monday, March 5th, 2018

radiant-heating-installationSelecting the right heating system is an important part of keeping your home comfortable during the winter season. If you’re in the market for a new one, you have a lot of different options available to you. We highly recommend that you consult with a professional in-person before deciding on a new system for your home. We’ve laid out some of the pros and cons of different systems below, though, to help you narrow down what it is you might be looking for. (more…)

Be Careful of These Boiler Problems This Winter

Monday, February 19th, 2018

boiler-repairBoiler systems are known for being more resistant to problems of various kinds than other systems are. This is because they have fewer moving parts than other heating systems do. Just because they are less likely to develop problems, though, that doesn’t mean that they’re completely immune to them. You still need to keep an eye out for any symptoms that indicate that your boiler is malfunctioning and needs repairs. Let’s go over some of the more common signs that your boiler is in need of professional repair, so you know what to look for. (more…)

What You Need to Know About Your Furnace Air Filter

Monday, February 5th, 2018

Clean-Air-FilterWhen something causes a furnace to start malfunctioning, most people tend to assume it’s something big and threatening. While it certainly can be something significant that is causing your furnace to act strangely, it doesn’t necessarily need to be. There are a number of smaller things that can nevertheless cripple your furnace if they aren’t dealt with properly. Let’s take a look at one of those things: the air filter. (more…)

Furnace Issues to Be Aware Of

Monday, January 22nd, 2018

furnaceWe’re sure you’re cranking your furnace up as high as possible on a daily basis to cope with the worst winter temperatures in recent memory. We certainly don’t begrudge you staying warm and comfortable during this harsh winter season. However, we do recommend that you keep an eye out for signs that your furnace is having issues related to the strain. More demand means more wear and tear, after all. Have a look at the following signs that your furnace is in need of repairs. (more…)

Why is My Boiler Making a Rumbling Sound?

Monday, January 8th, 2018

Gas-Fired-BoilerHas your boiler ever started making a deep rumbling sound, like an enormous, rather sinister tea-kettle? That sound is, appropriately, called Kettling. It’s not a good thing. If you ignore that noise, it’s going to cause a number of issues for your boiler, eventually culminating in the entire system shutting down. So, make sure that you call for repairs as soon as you notice this issue occurring. Have a look below at what causes boiler kettling, the damage it can cause, and how to prevent it.  (more…)

Install a New Furnace if Your Current One is Doing These Things

Monday, December 25th, 2017

furnace-replacementHow well do you take care of your furnace? Hopefully, well enough that it’ll last you a good long while. That means scheduling regular maintenance and calling for repairs when necessary. No matter how much effort you put into keeping your furnace in good condition, though, it is inevitable that you will have to replace it at some point.

If you’re not sure when exactly you are going to need to replace your furnace, check out the symptoms below. These serve as good warning signs that your system is coming to the end of its life. If you start to recognize them, it may be time to start reviewing your replacement options. (more…)

Looking for a New Heating System? Consider Installing a Boiler

Monday, December 11th, 2017

boiler-installationThe middle of winter is just about the worst time to go looking for a new heating system to install in your home. But, if it’s a choice between that and not having a heating system at all, most people are going to bite the proverbial bullet and find something to keep their home warm as quickly as possible. If you’d like an estimate on a new heating system in your area, send us a contact request and we’ll get back to you ASAP!

Of course, you don’t just want to install any system that you can afford that happens to fit in the space provided for it. You want to find a system that meets your home’s individual needs. Have a look at a boiler system, how it works, and the advantages that it can provide you if you install one this winter. (more…)