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Has your furnace stopped working suddenly? Learn more about how to get your furnace fixed and how to prevent future issues.

Need Your Air Ducts Cleaned? 3 Things To Know About The Process

14 March 2019
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If you have an HVAC system that is made out of ducts, you need to understand how best to clean your ducts and take care of your entire system. #1 How Often Your Ducts Need Cleans Depends Upon Individual Factors How often you need to clean your ducts depends upon a variety of individual factors concerning the condition of your home. For an average home without any extra risks factors, once or twice a decade is more than enough. Read More …

Ways Your HVAC Professional Can Help You During The Home Buying And Selling Process

30 January 2019
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When you sell your home or buy another home, ensuring home system and component care and quality is an important part of the process as they can add to or detract from the home's value. When you sell your home, the more well-maintained its systems are the better for its eventual sale. And when you buy another home, you want to make sure it has a working air conditioner and heating system, for example, free of problems. Read More …

3 Often-Forgotten Reasons A Furnace Will Not Come On

19 December 2018
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You operate your furnace all throughout the cold Illinois winters to keep your home warm, so the unit really does work hard. In the event the unit stops working altogether, you likely know all the usual suspects that can be to blame, such as the breaker panel or power supply. However, there can also be some often-forgotten reasons a furnace will not power on. Take a look at some of these causes so you are better equipped to handle a dysfunctioning furnace when it occurs. Read More …

5 Troubleshooting Tips For When Your Furnace Won’t Turn On

12 November 2018
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In many regions of the country, it's starting to get cold. If you're thrifty, you likely delay turning the heat on as long as you can, but eventually, the switch needs to be flipped. Except, what happens if once you move the slider to the "on" position, nothing happens? Here are five troubleshooting tips to get your furnace up and running. 1. Check Your Electrical Panel The first thing you want to check is to make sure your furnace is receiving power. Read More …

Five Common Problems To Watch For Once Your Furnace Turns 10

10 October 2018
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Although many furnaces last longer than 10 years, this is the age at which certain components start to give out and furnace repairs become more common. If your furnace is approaching 10, then it's time to keep a closer eye on its condition. Here are five problems to be particularly on the lookout for. 1. Worn Bearings The bearings in the blower motor sometimes start to give out around this age. Read More …