Dealing With Furnace Problems

Dealing With Furnace Problems

  • How To Know That An AC Is Getting Too Old

    Your air conditioner (AC) will lose some of its cooling power as it ages. In fact, there will come a point when it's best (for both comfort and energy efficiency) to replace the AC, even if it has not completely broken down. Below are some of the signs that mean your AC is too old and you should replace it. Refrigerant Leaks Refrigerant leaks are dangerous because they reduce the effective cooling of the AC.

  • A/C Installation: Ductless Air Conditioners

    A/C installation in your home varies from system to system. In the case of ductless air conditioners, it is both a simple and complex process, depending on how you look at it. Here is the process for installing ductless air conditioners from start to finish.  Installation of the Heat Pump Outside A single heat pump is used in conjunction with up to eight wall units inside the house. The heat pump is typically installed in an area outside of the house that is most convenient for connecting all of your inside wall units.

  • How To Get Your Boiler Ready For Winter

    If you have a boiler in your basement, then you may be wondering what you can do to get it ready for winter. Unlike furnaces that may seem a little easier to care for, there may be a few more steps for you to do to get your boiler ready to go. But what? This article will list a few different things that you can do. Are you ready to learn a little bit more?

  • Why You Should Have Your Heating System Inspected Before Winter

    Too many people make the mistake of not having their heating system inspected before the winter weather arrives. However, it is important to make sure that you are opting for inspection HVAC services, even if this is not something that you have done in the past. To have a good idea as to why this is such an important thing for you to make sure gets done, you will want to continue reading.

  • Controlling Humidity In The Office On A Humid Summer's Day

    Feeling the humidity rise in an office is expected when the weather outside is particularly humid. The increased moisture taxes the ability of the office air conditioning system, and any time the building is open, you risk humid air wafting in. So, what can you do to mitigate the inward flow of moist air that no one likes? You have a bunch of simple options that, taken together, can counter the increased humidity.

About Me

Dealing With Furnace Problems

A few years ago, I could tell that we were having serious furnace problems. In addition to dealing with a house that was constantly too cold or too warm, we were also plagued by a noisy, smelly furnace that seemed to have trouble on a daily basis. Unfortunately, I didn't know enough about furnaces at the time to spot the problems quickly. One day, the entire system died, and it was beyond repair. After having that experience, I learned a lot about HVAC systems, so that I could troubleshoot future systems. This website is all about teaching you what you need to know so that you don't end up in the same situation.