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Don’t Ignore These Heater Sounds!

Monday, December 7th, 2020

woman-holding-hand-to-ear-to-listenThroughout the lifespan of your heater, there are certain noises that come from it that are easy to “tune out.” For instance, if you live on a busy street, you get used to the noise of cars zipping by, right? The same concept applies to the gentle rattling of your ducts when your furnace turns on or the whoosh of air coming through the room vents. If there’s ever a heater noise you can’t tune out though, because it’s loud or very unusual, then it’s definitely not a noise you should ignore.

Usually, these types of sounds indicate that something has gone wrong within your furnace, boiler, or heat pump, and you need to pay attention, then give us a call! By alerting our team ASAP, you’ll help ensure that your heater operates as it should and is able to provide your household with efficient and effective heating throughout the years.

Not only this, but staying on top of your heater problems protects your safety too—particularly if you have a gas-powered heater. These heaters aren’t dangerous by nature, but they can become so if they are not properly cared for. Read on as we uncover some alarming noises you should never ignore, and what they likely mean for your heating system.

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Do Ductless Heaters Have Unique Repair Needs?

Monday, March 4th, 2019

person-turning-on-ductless-air-handlerWhen customers ask us what the best options are for new HVAC systems today, we are quick to suggest ductless heating (and cooling). The reason for this is how efficient and effective these systems are. Rather than operating through a network of air ducts connected to an indoor air handler, like a traditional central air conditioner or furnace, ductless systems have an outdoor unit to which you can connect up to four indoor air handlers. These air handlers are mounted up high on the walls of the rooms in which they are installed, and can be controlled independently of each other.

There are a number of good reasons to go ductless in your home. There are equally good reasons to only trust a professional for the installation! Today, we’re going to look at a downside to ductless systems if yours is not professionally installed. It’s nothing awful, but it requires attention nonetheless. If you don’t know what to look for and expect, you could wind up with significant, costly property damage, and we don’t want that for you. So, what is this downside?

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