February 19th, 2018
The majority of homes in the U.S. have a furnace installed to handle comfort needs during the winter. Furnaces are flexible and have enormous heating power. But boiler systems have stayed around even as furnaces became the most common home heater. Boilers show no signs of going away either.
What is it that gives boilers an edge that still makes them competitive? There are a number of reasons homeowners may choose to have a boiler system set up for their new home rather than a conventional forced-air furnace.
February 5th, 2018
Heat pumps are not a new invention, but it’s only recently that they’ve started to make a big impression in homes in our area. More and more households today enjoy their summer cooling and winter heating from the two-in-one function of a heat pump.
If you’re considering changing your standard furnace-and-air conditioning HVAC set-up for a heat pump in the near future, you’ve probably already done a bit of research on them. One thing you’ll often read about regarding heat pumps is that they aren’t ideal for every home. Is a heat pump installation in Cherry Hill, NJ the right choice for your comfort needs? Let’s take a look …
January 22nd, 2018
How high are your monthly heating bills during the winter? We think they’re probably too high. Of course, we can’t know for certain. We have, however, been in the HVAC business long enough to have experience with the ways people heat their homes—and often there are many places for improvements. You might already be spending more than you should without even realizing it.
Most of these mistakes in home heating are easy to correct. Let’s take a look at a few methods to chop down those ugly heating bills!
January 8th, 2018
In our last post, we took a closer look at the warning signs a furnace needs repair work. But any furnace will eventually reach a point where doing repairs is only a minor stopgap method. The repair costs will soon outweigh the costs of keeping the furnace around.
At what point do you stop calling for repair work and instead call for a full furnace replacement? That’s the question we’re going to look at in this post. It’s the biggest question you’ll have to face with a furnace, and you want to ensure that you make the best choice.
You don’t have to make the choice alone. In fact, you shouldn’t. Contact our service technicians when you think your furnace is coming to the end of its lifespan. They’ll help you with the decision—as well as with whatever work needs to come next.
December 25th, 2017
We want you and your family to enjoy the winter season—not just in December around the holidays, but all the way through to spring and the arrival of warmer weather. The best way for us to do that is to keep your home’s furnace working its best. It starts with maintenance service in fall and continues—when necessary—with whatever repair issues may crop up.
Of course, we can’t magically sense when something’s wrong with your furnace! (We’re proud of our HVAC skills, but we’re not that powerful.) You need to identify when malfunctions are starting. Some are easy to spot, such as a furnace that doesn’t turn on at all. Others are more subtle, and these are the ones it’s crucial to catch. If you notice troubles when they’re still small, you’ll have time to contact us for furnace service in Cherry Hill, NJ before the problems worsen.
November 6th, 2017
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November 6th, 2017
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