Is Your Furnace Being Deprived Of Oxygen? What You Need To Know

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When your furnace is starved for oxygen for any reason, it results in the burner flame stretching and growing in an attempt to access as much oxygen as possible to keep it burning. Unfortunately, this stretching and growing can lead to the burner flame reaching outside of the combustion chamber and damaging the furnace itself. In addition, it can lead to other types of complications. Here’s a look at what you need to know about oxygen deprivation and your furnace burner.…

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Why the Upstairs of Your Home Is Hotter Than the Downstairs

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If you have a home that has multiple stories, one of the challenges you might face is that some areas of your home are hotter than others. This may make the upstairs of your home intolerable. Fortunately, there are ways that you can correct this problem.  You May Need to Replace Your AC One of the common reasons why your upstairs may be hotter is that you’ve waited too long before replacing your air conditioning unit (AC).…

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Common Furnace Problems You May Encounter

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Without a working furnace, your home may be without a source of heat. There are numerous potential issues that could reduce your furnace’s performance, and knowing about these issues can help you to limit their ability to make your home uncomfortable during cold weather. Mold On The Interior Mold on the interior of the furnace is frequently encountered at the start of the heating season as mold may grow in the enclosed space of the furnace during the months when it is not being used.…

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