November 2021

5 Signs Your HVAC Blower Motor Needs to Be Replaced

5 Signs Your HVAC Blower Motor Needs to Be Replaced

Forced air furnaces are equipped with a blower, sometimes known as a fan, which works to blow the freshly conditoned heat or cooled air through the ducts. This fan is powered by a motor, and like most HVAC components, that motor sometimes fails. The older your furnace is, the more likely this is to happen.

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The Signs & Symptoms of a Bad Capacitor on a Gas Furnace

The Signs & Symptoms of a Bad Capacitor on a Gas Furnace

Your furnace works by warming air and then blowing that warm air through your ducts. The fan, specifically, is responsible for the blowing part of this function. Inside that fan, there is a motor, and inside the motor, there is a part called the capacitor. Your furnace capacitor works to regulate the amount of electricity

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Should I Turn Off My Heater When I Go on Vacation?

Should I Turn Off My Heater When I Go on Vacation?

When your on vacation, you may feel like it’s wasteful to keep heating the home you’re not spending time in. But should you really turn the heat off before you leave town? In most cases, heating contractors agree the answer is “no.” However, there are other ways you can more safely save on heating bills

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An HVAC Thanksgiving: 3 Reasons to be Grateful

Your HVAC Keeps You Healthy Your unit works to cool and heat your home but also has one other main job — keeping your air quality clean. Microbes, dust, pollen, mold, and other allergens all become caught in our homes and can impact our health. Those dealing with allergies and asthma can become severely ill

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Identifying Your Home’s Heating System

Identifying Your Home's Heating System

When you call a heating and air conditioning company to schedule service, one of the first questions they typically ask is “what kind of heating system do you have?” If you recently moved into your home and the system was installed by a previous homeowner, you may not know the answer to this question off-hand.

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