Gibson Heating & Cooling Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Medford’

End-of-Season Questions to Ask About Your Furnace

Monday, March 18th, 2019

couple-in-kitchenWhen winter ends, we recommend homeowners make a short evaluation of their central heater and how it performed over the last few months. This evaluation is all in service of the Big Question: “Should I replace the furnace during the spring?”

But several smaller questions build up to the Big Question, and we’re going to go over a few of those smaller questions for the end of the season. You can make an estimate about whether you should call us to schedule a new furnace installation or to continue with the furnace for another year (or more) and rely on heating repair in Medford, NJ if problems do come up.

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What to Do in a Furnace Failure Emergency

Monday, February 18th, 2019

dog-under-blanketThe recent intense cold that tore through New Jersey probably has made a lot of homeowners evaluate their heating systems. What if those heating systems had broken during an intense chill?

It’s definitely good to think about potential emergency situations like this, since people are more likely to arrange for regular heating maintenance before the winter starts and pay attention to signs it’s time either to repair the heater or have a new heater installed.

But nothing can stop all heating system disasters. We have tips on what you can do in case your home’s furnace stops working abruptly.

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5 Things You May Not Know About Your Boiler

Monday, January 21st, 2019

Equipment, Water, Drinking Water, Machine Valve, Metal

Does a boiler handle the job of keeping your home a welcoming and livable space during the winters? You may be aware of all the wonderful things a boiler does for you, but unless you’re a specialist at HVAC services in Medford, NJ, there are plenty of facts about the boiler you may not know. We’ve worked on boiler systems for a decade, and we’d like to share some interesting facts about. Getting to know your boiler a bit better can often help you understand when you need to call for service to repair it—or when it’s time to place it.

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Don’t Let Gas Furnace Repairs Go at the End of the Season

Monday, April 2nd, 2018

hands-opening-heating-cabinetApril may bring showers, but it’s also a time when the annual climate starts the ascent toward staying warm through the summer. Good news in most ways—but unfortunately one way it isn’t good is that it makes it more likely for homeowners to ignore a malfunctioning gas furnace. When people know they soon won’t need the furnace running for a long stretch, they might shrug off what looks like small malfunctions. Those can wait until the fall, can’t they?

We don’t recommend anyone take this approach! It’s always best to have gas furnace repairs done as soon as possible after you notice something is wrong. Arrange for a heating contractor to come to your house, inspect the system, diagnose the problem, and have it remedied.

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