Posts Categorized: gas furnace

Don’t Be Scared to Consider a New Heating System

When you bought your home, your heating system seemed solid. But now that you’ve lived there for a few years, you’ve noticed some problems. Heating and cooling bills that are higher than normal. Rooms that seem too warm or not warm enough. You’re considering switching to a new kind of system (gas instead of oil, a boiler rather than a furnace), but the idea seems daunting. Continue Reading... Read More

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Is Your Gas Furnace Blowing Out Cold Air?

Every so often, life throws us a small, unpleasant curve. You bite into a shiny red apple, and find out it’s bland and pulpy inside. You congratulate yourself for leaving early for work, only to run into construction. Or you fire up your gas furnace, but only feel cold air blowing out. Continue Reading... Read More

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What Size Furnace Do I Need?

When it comes to picking a gas furnace, it’s possible to have too much of a good thing. A heating system that’s too big can be a waste of energy, and might require extra-large duct work, further hurting your energy savings. On the other end of the spectrum, a furnace that’s too small won’t be able to keep your home warm. Continue Reading... Read More

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How to Increase the Performance of Your Gas Furnace

If you made a pie chart showing your home energy costs, the biggest piece of the pie would read “heating and cooling.” Keeping your home warm each winter – and cool each summer – can account for more than a third of your annual energy usage. And those energy bills can climb even higher if you’re using an inefficient heating system. Here are a few ways you can increase the performance of your gas furnace this winter. Continue Reading... Read More

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Fall Maintenance Appointment Request

We look forward to getting your system ready for the cold weather!