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Oil vs. Gas Furnaces: Understand the Difference

Oil vs. Gas Furnaces: Understand the Difference

January 12, 2016

Even in Orlando’s mild climate, a reliable and efficient furnace can do a lot to keep you comfortable. Both oil and gas heating equipment can stave off the cold, but each has its pros and cons.

Dealing with Common Furnace Problems

Dealing with Common Furnace Problems

December 29, 2015

Professional HVAC maintenance during the fall season is the best way to prepare your furnace for the heating months ahead. However, even with regularly scheduled maintenance, system parts wear out and fail from time to time. Your heating system may also just be experiencing a glitch at first startup. Before you make a call to …

How to Save Energy this Winter with a Variable-Speed Furnace

How to Save Energy this Winter with a Variable-Speed Furnace

December 15, 2015

Orlando-area homeowners who are upgrading their furnace have the perfect opportunity to invest in equipment that will save significant amounts of money. A variable-speed furnace provides a heating system that runs efficiently, produces excellent heating, and operates at a lower cost. Here are some reasons why you might want to consider a variable-speed furnace for …

What You Should Consider When Shopping for a New Furnace


What You Should Consider When Shopping for a New Furnace


November 17, 2015

Selecting a new furnace can be a bewildering task, but when you know the basic guidelines, it’s easier to make a good decision. Making your choice based on the fundamentals of HVAC systems and your home’s requirements will increase your comfort and overall satisfaction for the long term.

Make Your Gas Furnace More Economical With These Simple Tips

Make Your Gas Furnace More Economical With These Simple Tips

March 3, 2015

The efficiency of your gas furnace relies heavily on regular professional tune-up, as well as basic owner upkeep. While most units have an expected service life of close to 20 years, the status of an older furnace can vary according to how faithfully a manufacturer’s recommended operating procedures and preventive maintenance techniques are observed. To maintain optimum energy efficiency …

What Does a Smelly Furnace Mean?

What Does a Smelly Furnace Mean?

November 27, 2014

Indoor air quality in your Orlando home can be affected by many things: pets, cooking odors, chemicals in upholstery and carpets, or even a smelly furnace. If you notice an odd smell when your furnace is working, a little detective work can help narrow the problem, making a service call more effective. 

Replacing Your Furnace? What to Consider Before Making the Purchase

Replacing Your Furnace? What to Consider Before Making the Purchase

October 16, 2014

If it looks as though your furnace is in trouble, especially if you’ve checked to be sure that there are no easy-to-fix problems affecting the furnace’s performance, you may want to consider replacing it. After all, an old and inefficient HVAC system won’t help you save money on energy costs – in fact, it will only …

Tips to Maintain Your Furnace as the Seasons Change

Tips to Maintain Your Furnace as the Seasons Change

October 7, 2014

Modern furnaces are made to last for years. Performing regular maintenance tasks can extend the life of your furnace even longer, while keeping energy efficiency at an acceptable level. Certain maintenance tasks can be done by the homeowner, but more extensive work requiring inspection and repair of HVAC components should be handled by professionals.

Did Your Furnace Keep You Warm This Past Winter? Find Out Why Not

Did Your Furnace Keep You Warm This Past Winter? Find Out Why Not

April 3, 2014

If the gas furnace in your Orlando-area home did not keep you as warm as you like this past winter, you may be fearful of a huge repair bill. Here are some simple solutions that may help you avoid costly service calls before next winter.