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Your furnace is a key part in keeping your home comfortable during the winter months. It is important for it to run efficiently and safely. Regular maintenance and inspections by our certified HVAC specialists can help to extend your system’s lifespan. However, there will always come a point when you start to wonder, should you replace or repair your furnace? The lifespan of a furnace varies. There are many factors that come in to play:
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Carbon monoxide poisoning in your home is no joke. It is the cause of nearly 400 deaths and it sends 20,000 people to the hospital every year. Carbon monoxide is created when a heating system runs – not just a furnace. Carbon monoxide is a byproduct of many heating systems, such as gas and oil furnaces, gas and oil boilers, wood pellet stoves, and wood burning stoves. It is almost impossible for humans to detect
Heating/Air Conditioning
Humidity is something that we generally think of as a warm-weather thing. Hampton Roads can have some pretty intense humidity in spring, summer, and autumn – which results in residents using air conditioning during much of the year. However, humidity can also play a big part in your comfort over the winter. Air that is too humid can make you uncomfortable, but so can air that is not humid enough. It may seem that humidity
Air Quality
Cooler weather is approaching and that means it will soon be time to switch from air conditioning to heating your home. However, simply switching the thermostat from “cool” to “heat” is not enough. You should prepare your HVAC system for the fall to ensure that it runs optimally throughout the autumn and winter. Here are a few things you can do to make sure things are ready for cooler weather. Maintenance Just like your car
Heating/Air Conditioning
Furnace Maintenance
Although it may not feel like it, autumn and winter are just around the corner. Now is the time to have furnace maintenance completed in your home. You don’t want to wait until a major issue occurs to check things out. Completing regular maintenance will help your furnace to run more efficiently and have a longer lifespan. The end of summer is the best time to complete furnace maintenance. A project like this takes about
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