Fanning The Flames—How Inefficient Combustion Harms Your Furnace

Posted on: 3 March 2023

If you use a natural gas stove, you've probably noticed that the flames typically burn a bright and clear blue. However, you may occasionally notice smaller red flames sparking from the burners. These red flames usually occur when an old piece of food, some grease, or something else ignites on the burner, creating an impurity that doesn't burn as hot as a perfect mixture of gas and oxygen.  The flames inside your gas furnace are no different.
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Signs Your Air Compressor May Need Repairs

Posted on: 14 February 2023

There are a number of things that can go wrong with your air conditioner. One of the things that can go wrong has to do with the air compressor. If your air compressor is having issues, the sooner you spot them and have someone come to repair them, the better things will work out for you. This is why you should learn the signs of air compressor issues. Here are some of the things to look out for.
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The Dos And Don'ts Of Your Next Air Conditioning Service Appointment

Posted on: 20 January 2023

Do you need to schedule an air conditioning repair? Before you choose a contractor, schedule an AC repair service or prep for the appointment, take a look at the dos and don'ts to follow.   Do As the Right Questions What do you need to know about an HVAC contractor before you hire an air conditioning repair company? The right questions can help you to find the best contractor to fit your home cooling needs.
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Heating Services: Why Is Your Heater Working Erratically?

Posted on: 6 January 2023

A malfunctioning heating system can lead to various problems, from increased energy costs to health risks from exposure to hazardous fumes. If you're experiencing any problems with your heating system, don't wait until things get worse. Here are five reasons your heating system could be working erratically and why you need heating services and get it fixed. 1. The Heating System is Too Old Over time, parts can wear out and break down, causing the system to operate less efficiently.
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