What Those Odors from Your Furnace Really Mean

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It’s that time of year again when no one needs their furnace, and many people have no reason to call for repairs or buy a new one. This means that if you need to get a new furnace, you’ll have a much easier time getting an appointment and a great price. When the new furnace has been installed, you’ll need to learn new controls and give the appliance a test run.…

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4 Ways To Prepare For A New Furnace Installation

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People often underestimate the importance of their furnace until it goes out. However, once you experience the chill of a winter night, you learn just how important this appliance is. Therefore, the installation of a new furnace is even more important. Although the heavy lifting is left up to the HVAC installation team, there are some things you can do to make the installation process go even smoother; here are just some of them.…

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Electrical Or Electronic Problems That Trigger Short Cycling In ACs

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Improper sizing is a common cause of short cycling in air conditioners, but it is not the only cause of the problem. Your AC has electrical and electronic parts. The malfunction of these parts can cause the AC to short cycle. Below are some specific electrical and electronic issues that can trigger short cycling. Compressor Motor Malfunction The compressor receives cool refrigerant and squeezes it to increase the refrigerant’s temperature and pressure.…

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