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Lowering Your House’s Heating Load

Lowering Your House's Heating Load

Your old (or new) faithful furnace can work tirelessly to keep you warm. If your home’s envelope isn’t sealed up nice and tight, it only makes your furnace work harder

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Here’s How to Know When It’s Time to Upgrade Your Heating System

Here's How to Know When It's Time to Upgrade Your Heating System

A heating system is designed to provide many years of reliable heating for your home. Eventually, though, all heating systems will come to a point where they can no longer

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Furnace on the Fritz? Find Out How to Troubleshoot Common Issues

Furnace on the Fritz? Find Out How to Troubleshoot Common Issues

Furnace problems can be a major inconvenience when it’s cold outside and you need heat inside. However, if your furnace is on the fritz, the solution may not have to

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Things to Think About When Installing a Furnace

Things to Think About When Installing a Furnace

You’ve decided to spring for a new furnace for your Fort Wayne area home. It’s just a matter of going to your trusted HVAC contractor and setting up an installation,

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Reducing Your Furnace’s Load

Reducing Your Furnace's Load

If you equate saving money this heating season with turning the thermostat for the furnace down, you could be shivering unnecessarily. It could be possible to reduce the amount of

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Save Energy this Winter with a Variable-Speed Furnace

Save Energy this Winter with a Variable-Speed Furnace

Colder temperatures will be coming to the Fort Wayne area soon, which means it’s almost time to start heating your home. Having your furnace run most of the time when

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Your Furnace Needs a Good Filter to Keep You Comfortable

Your Furnace Needs a Good Filter to Keep You Comfortable

You probably know your furnace has a filter, and you probably also know it needs changing now and then. But what else do you know about it? The fact is,

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Troubleshoot Common Furnace Issues With These Tips

Troubleshoot Common Furnace Issues With These Tips

With the cold weather settling in, it can’t hurt to brush up on your furnace troubleshooting skills. A gas furnace that stops dead in its tracks on the coldest day

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Helpful Advice When it’s Time for a New Furnace in Your Home

Helpful Advice When it's Time for a New Furnace in Your Home

Is your furnace 15 years old or older? Has it needed frequent repairs? Did it struggle to make your home comfortable last winter? If yes, maybe it’s time you thought

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Heating and Cooling Loads: Learn the 3 Types

Heating and Cooling Loads: Learn the 3 Types

A properly sized cooling and heating system will deliver better energy efficiency and performance than a system that’s over- or undersized. An essential aspect of sizing A/Cs, furnaces and heat pumps is calculating the heating

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