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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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Common Thermocouple Problems

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The thermocouple is a safety component placed near the ignition or pilot light in your heater. It regulates the flow of gas into the system: when the heat from the pilot light is detected, the thermocouple releases the gas.

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