With the end of winter rapidly approaching, many homeowners are planning an end-of-season maintenance and inspection appointment for their furnace and home heating system. If your HVAC technician has told you that the heat exchanger in your furnace is cracked, you might wonder if it's really a cause for concern or not. Here's a look at what you need to know about cracked heat exchangers and furnace repair. What Does The Heat Exchanger Do?
11 March 2020
If you can feel that some of the rooms in your home during the winter are either very hot or very cold in the summer and the temperature throughout the house is never consistent, the problem could be the ducts and ventilation. In older homes, the ducts can be a big problem. The aging process of a home can cause structural components to settle and move, and as the soil and earth under and around the house change or are affected by weathering, this can also cause structural movement.
5 February 2020
As far as air conditioning or heating systems go, most people don't give much thought to them until they start having problems or break down completely. However, by focusing on air conditioning maintenance early on, you can benefit greatly in a number of ways. Here are just three reasons why routine maintenance is so crucial. You Can Avoid HVAC Emergencies It is never a fun experience for your air conditioning system to stop working during the summer or your furnace to stop working during the winter, and this is exactly why you need to invest in HVAC maintenance on a regular basis.
3 January 2020