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5 Signs That Could Mean Your Furnace Is In Trouble

5 Signs That Could Mean Your Furnace Is In Trouble

February 11, 2014

Though Orlando winters are fairly mild, you don’t want to be dealing with furnace replacement or repair when the temperature drops. Why not make sure your heating system is in working order right now so you don’t get left out in the cold? Here are the top five signs that it’s time to replace or repair your furnace:

Furnace Replacement: Ask These Questions if You Think It’s Time

Furnace Replacement: Ask These Questions if You Think It’s Time

December 17, 2013

Winter will be coming soon to the Orlando area, and if you need to have your furnace replaced, now is the time to do it. Because a furnace replacement is such a large, expensive and important job, it pays to ask your installer a few questions to make sure the job gets done correctly.

Furnace Replacement Can Be Overwhelming If You Haven’t Done Your Homework

Furnace Replacement Can Be Overwhelming If You Haven’t Done Your Homework

October 10, 2013

There are several reasons why you might be considering furnace replacement. Your old furnace could be costing you too much in repairs, you could be spending too much in fuel costs, or you could be worried about health and safety issues.

Furnace Troubleshooting Tips To Keep The Heat On This Winter

Furnace Troubleshooting Tips To Keep The Heat On This Winter

November 15, 2012

Winter is on its way to Orlando, and even though we don’t get the cold weather some other regions of the country experience, Orlando homeowners do need to turn the heat on occasionally. It will probably function well and without mishap when it comes on. However, if you do experience issues with your heating system, …

If You’ve Put Off Replacing The Furnace, Your Wait Can Now Pay Off

If You’ve Put Off Replacing The Furnace, Your Wait Can Now Pay Off

April 12, 2012

The only thing worse than a broken furnace is a furnace that breaks down when it’s brutally cold outside. If this has happened to you, you’re faced with a choice: replace the furnace now, or wait a few weeks?

Furnace Noise: So What Does That Cracking, Popping Or Banging Mean?

Furnace Noise: So What Does That Cracking, Popping Or Banging Mean?

March 22, 2012

The familiar sounds of the furnace moving warm air through the system can be reassuring and soothing on a cold winter day. We expect to hear the blower motor pushing air through the ductwork and out the vents, the burners switching off and on, and small noises as the components all work together to make …

Buying A Furnace Online: Are You Getting More Than You Bargained For?

Buying A Furnace Online: Are You Getting More Than You Bargained For?

March 1, 2012

The online world continues to be an important component of our buying habits. It’s easy to find heavy discounts on products ranging from computers to books, movies to music. It’s only logical to assume this would also apply to larger purchases such as furnaces and HVAC equipment.

Furnace Replacement: A Complete Guide To Finding The Unit That’s Best For Your Home

Furnace Replacement: A Complete Guide To Finding The Unit That’s Best For Your Home

February 2, 2012

Most homeowners in the Orlando area focus their attention on air conditioning. And rightly so, because to survive in Florida means staying cool. And though the heating season is short, we can’t ignore it. If we want to stay comfortable throughout the winter, we need an efficient, durable heating system. So when it comes to …

Heating Problems? Try These Furnace-Troubleshooting Tips Before You Call For Help

Heating Problems? Try These Furnace-Troubleshooting Tips Before You Call For Help

January 19, 2012

Before you call an HVAC contractor to help you with a heating issue, you may be able to solve the problem yourself with some simple furnace-troubleshooting tips. This could end up saving you a great deal of money and hassle by getting your house back to the warm and cozy levels you are used to.

How A Variable-Speed Blower Motor Can Extend The Life Of Your Furnace

How A Variable-Speed Blower Motor Can Extend The Life Of Your Furnace

December 27, 2011

When a motor has to operate at full throttle, it has to work harder and is more likely to die sooner. Unfortunately, for a long time, the only option for a furnace motor was a single-stage blower motor. This meant that the motor was either on or it was off and, once installed, there was …