Buying A New Oil Furnace? 2 Common Problems With Oil Burners

If you are buying a new furnace you should understand things about it. This will help you know if there are problems with it, so you can get it repaired quickly. One thing you need to know about is the oil burner inside the furnace. Once you learn this, you then need to learn common problems oil burners can have so you can get your furnace repaired quickly. Will Not Run Read More 

What To Expect During Your Furnace Installation

If you have never had a heating unit installed before, you should know what to expect when the heating unit technicians come to install your unit. That way, you can make sure that the installation process goes by much more smoothly.  Be By the Phone The day before your heating unit installation, you will receive a phone call that will confirm the date and time that your heating unit will be installed. Read More 

Three Potential Problems With Your Gas Furnace

A furnace that is doing its job is often ignored. You adjust the heat with your thermostat, the heat turns on, and everyone in your home is warm. It's not an appliance that needs to be refilled or have lubrication added to it, so it generally goes unnoticed due to the minimal maintenance that is required. However, there are problems that do warrant your attention from time to time. Look out for these three potential problems that can affect a gas furnace. Read More 

What’s Wrong With Your Ductless Mini-Split?

If you live in a smaller home or an apartment, there is a chance the heating and cooling system you have in place is a ductless mini-split. These systems, which operate free of a connected duct system, are highly-efficient and do perform reliably for a long time most of the time. However, just like any other HVAC system, a ductless mini-split can have problems. If you're having problems with your system, it is best to try and diagnose the issue on your own to ensure the problem is not a simple fix. Read More 

This Is A Real Problem: No Cold Water

It's very common to have times when no hot water is available; maybe the water heater is malfunctioning or has been turned off, or too many people are trying to use the hot-water supply at once. But it is also possible to have the opposite problem: no cold water and all hot water, which can be very uncomfortable if not outright bad for your skin. Sometimes this is a temporary issue due to normal plumbing processes, but other times there are additional factors at play. Read More