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Noises from a Furnace That May Indicate Repair Needs

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Everyone hears strange noises coming from their furnace at one point or another. Though not all furnace noises indicate that something is wrong with your furnace, there are quite a few sounds that do. If you don’t know which noises indicate a serious problem, you won’t know when to call a professional until it’s too late.

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Why Your Furnace Isn’t Coming On

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It really stinks to have your furnace not come on when you really need it. Though the problem is likely beyond your ability to fix, there are a few things you can do before calling an HVAC technician to look at it for you. After all, investigating the issue is better than sitting in your cold house, waiting for the problem to resolve itself.

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What Are My Heating Options in St. Augustine?

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St. Augustine enjoys the same pleasant winters that attract visitors to everywhere in the state when the temperatures drops elsewhere in the country. However, we can’t escape cold weather entirely here in Florida, and it’s important that you have a heater in your house that is ready to go to work when necessary.

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Reasons to Consider a Furnace for Your Home Heating

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If you need to have a new heating system installed to warm your home, either to replace an older heater or as part of a new house, you have many options to consider. At the top of the list will be the heating system that has provided more homes in the U.S. with winter comfort than any other: the furnace.

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How Electronic Ignition Works in a Furnace

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For many years, furnaces were lit using standing pilots. While there are a number of furnaces in existence that use a standing pilot, today’s furnaces use electronic ignition to light your furnace. There are two types of electronic ignition, and while each works differently, the both help reduce fuel usage.

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Heat Pump Repair Basics: The Reversing Valve

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Heat pumps work very similarly to air conditioners except for one key way: they can also heat your home. How do they do this? With the help of a component called a reversing valve. The valve itself is fairly complex, but the result for you, as the homeowner, is that you have a system that can easily switch between heating and cooling.

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How to Avoid Heating Repairs for Your Furnace This Winter

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While nothing can guarantee that you’ll never need a heating repair again, there are some things that you can do to greatly reduce your chances of requiring furnace repair in Daytona Beach. Taking certain precautionary steps and being a little proactive can go a long way toward helping your furnace to work well.

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What to do if Your Heat Pump Won’t Heat Your Home

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Heat pumps operate slightly differently from more traditional systems, which makes them a bit more complicated when it comes to potential problems popping up. Before you call your heating repair technician, however, it helps to see if you can find the problem beforehand.

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Furnace Guide: 3 Important Components

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Here in Jacksonville, FL, furnaces are a common home heating system, providing reliable and inexpensive warmth by blowing heated air through a system of ducts. The process used to create that heat is actually fairly straightforward…

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Ways to Lower Your Heating Bills

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In Jacksonville, FL, heating doesn’t concern us nearly as much as air conditioning does. We’re a warm weather city and heat tends to cause more discomfort and worry than cold does. Even so, our heaters get called into service on those winter nights…

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