Not all furnace issues require professional service. Some problems are so basic that you can troubleshoot them properly without compromising the integrity of your HVAC equipment or jeopardizing your safety.
Space heating accounts for 45% of all energy bills in the United States. Between 2007 and 2012, the average American household spent more than $700 on natural gas–which is the primary heating fuel of 57% of the population–and over $1,700 on heating oil.
Furnaces aren’t exactly known for having a fresh smell, but you’ll immediately notice something is off if your unit smells strange when you turn it on. These odd smells aren’t universal though, and it’s important to be able to distinguish the sources in order to properly address the issue.
Your HVAC system is one of the most important components of your home, which makes repairing and replacing these units a bit on the expensive side. Unfortunately, there are those who have bad intentions that know this and make a living setting up fraudulent schemes to take advantage of homeowners.
Relative indoor humidity affects indoor air quality, among other things. It’s therefore important to manage it, particularly during the seasonal extremes of winter and summer. In this blog, the HVAC installation contractors at Home Air Services discuss the importance of managing relative indoor humidity.
Home heating companies often provide simple advice on caring for heating equipment, but they know homeowners can keep their homes even warmer and more comfortable by following some simple energy-saving tips. Here are a few examples that can help keep your home comfortable without making your heating bills skyrocket.
Home heating companies always advise homeowners to check their equipment regularly, and many homeowners wisely submit their HVAC equipment to a yearly maintenance check to ensure it’s working optimally. But despite this, HVAC systems do still break down at times. Here are some of the signs that might indicate your furnace is in trouble and …