Preventing Carbon Monoxide Leaks in Your Furnace

January 12, 2022

Your furnace performs a critical function in your home, providing a safe and comfortable temperature for your family and guests. V Carbon monoxide is an odorless gas that poses many health risks when inhaled, causing dizziness, loss of consciousness, and other symptoms. What Creates a Carbon Monoxide Leak? Carbon monoxide forms when your furnace fails to completely burn fuel. Incomplete combustion inside the furnace leads to a buildup of carbon monoxide that circulates throughout the home. This buildup is often caused by a crack in a flue pipe or the heat exchanger.

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What Size Furnace Do I Need?

December 20, 2021

3 Steps to Figuring Out Your Proper Furnace Size You might think purchasing a new furnace is as simple as walking into a store and selecting one with the features you desire, but this is a recipe for an expensive mistake. Furnaces of all kinds come in a variety of sizes, all using different amounts of energy, referred to as BTU (British Thermal Unit). A variety of factors affect the needed furnace size in a home, from humidity levels to home size and insulation amount. To keep things simple, we’ve outlined a basic method of furnace sizing to get

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Getting Your Home Ready for a Furnace Replacement

November 18, 2021

When it becomes time to replace your existing furnace, it can be exciting thinking about getting a totally new one. However, there are some tasks that you’ll want to perform to get your home prepared for the furnace replacement process. Consult a Heating Expert Once you’ve decided that it’s time to get your furnace replaced, it’s time to contact a heating professional. They can evaluate your home and needs to determine which furnace model is right for your home. During your consultation is the perfect time to set up an installation date and ask what

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Should You Use a Humidifier or Dehumidifier This Winter?

October 13, 2021

It’s important that you maintain a healthy degree of moisture inside of your home to ensure you have healthy indoor air quality. Unfortunately, the amount of moisture that you have to add or remove to your interior atmosphere can vary based on a number of factors. One of these major factors is the season of the year you happen to be in. Humidity in the Winter During the months of cold weather, your indoor air tends to be a bit drier than when it’s warm out. The more you run your furnace, the drier your air

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5 Tips to Help Focus on Lower Heating Costs

September 17, 2021

Sometimes, it is hard to think about all the great things about winter when faced with heating costs that increase your energy bills. However, whether it is a mild winter or simply when a fluke storm hits, it is crucial to ensure that your heating system is ready before the winter months. Consider these tips to ensure that you are ready for whatever weather winter brings and keep your heating bill as low as possible. 1. Get Bundled Up It may be worth it to invest in some comfortable slippers and sweaters for the winter months

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Few Tips for Selecting the Right HVAC System

August 10, 2021

The type of home you have will dictate the type of HVAC system that’s the best fit. There are several things to consider, including your budget and the age and condition of the home. Here’s a quick look at the different types of air conditioning systems available for Florida homeowners. Central Air Conditioning In most cases, central air conditioning systems will make the most sense. These include a single unit in the home that absorbs air through intakes and cools the air and then spreads it throughout the home via a series of ducts. Florida

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Signs Your Thermostat Might Be Broken

July 13, 2021

If you are experiencing problems with your air conditioning system, then the first place to look should be the thermostat. Typically, a thermostat is responsible for controlling all the functionalities of your HVAC unit. Therefore, if your thermostat breaks down, you might want to think that your cooling and heating equipment is faulty. However, though this might be the case, a failing thermostat is always the first culprit. You can tell that your thermostat is not working if you identify the following signs. 1. Failure to Turn On Generally, your thermostat is where you switch

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How To Keep Your Home Cool Without Air Conditioning

June 14, 2021

You may think it’s impossible to keep your home cool if you don’t have an air conditioner or if you are waiting for a new air conditioner in Coral Springs, FL. However, this is not true. There are a variety of ways you can naturally cool your living space without air conditioning. Close the Blinds Close your blinds, shades, or curtains when it’s hot and sunny outside. This can help to block as much as 25% of the heat from getting into your home. You should also ensure that if you have curtains, they’re light in

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What Are Air Conditioning BTU’s?

May 10, 2021

BTUs are used to measure the power of air conditioners. Getting an air conditioner with the right number of BTUs is one of the most important decisions you’ll make when you need a new one. What Is a BTU? BTU stands for British Thermal Unit. It’s a measure of energy. The more BTUs an air conditioner has, the more powerful it is. Air conditioners remove heat from your home and release it outside. AC systems with higher BTUs can remove heat faster than ones with fewer BTUs. How Powerful Should Your Air Conditioner

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How Do UV Light Indoor Air Quality Products Work?

April 13, 2021

There’s one thing that we all know for certain and that is that we can’t stay alive without breathing. The problem is that more and more these days we’re constantly breathing in all kinds of corrosive chemicals, dirty dust, potent pollutants, and terrible toxins. They all contribute to bad air quality even inside our homes where we may think we’re safe. Breathe Easier Bad air quality has been linked to a number of major health concerns. These can include everything from headaches to fatigue, not to mention severe cases of asthma. Young children and

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