A prompt reaction and regular maintenance play a crucial role in keeping a heating system fully functional and without any problems. Scheduling regular furnace maintenance will enable you to maximize the energy efficiency of your unit while also ensuring its long-term performance.
In Central Virginia's climate, the ideal scenario is to have a furnace serve as the alternative heat source when you have a heat pump system. Installing both a heat pump and furnace is not always financially feasible. In this article, we’ll discuss a few factors that will help settle the heat pump vs furnace argument and hopefully lead you to the right decision.
Is that a clunk or a high-pitched whine you hear from your furnace? Or is the heat blowing cool? Does your furnace not warm up your home no matter how long the heat runs? These are indications that something is wrong with your furnace. Most homeowners face the same set of issues when it comes to their furnace systems. Here are five of the top problems homeowners face with their furnaces.
If you own a home that has a heating and cooling system, chances are you've asked yourself the question on whether your AC, heat pump, or furnace needs to be repaired or replaced. Depending on the unit, it may be more cost effective to repair vs replace or vice versa. While it's important to have a certified HVAC technician evaluate your current system, we put together a sample scenario to help.