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Is Your Furnace Getting Loud? Check The Blower Motor And Do Some Maintenance

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If your furnace is getting loud when it turns on to heat the house, you want to get it inspected before it goes out and you need an emergency repair service appointment. Instead, call the heating and cooling company in your area to have the furnace looked at, and to see if you need to replace any parts. You don’t want to end up with a furnace that breaks down when the temperatures are low, and it’s the middle of the night, and you don’t want to have a mechanical problem that spirals out of control because one component...

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Clean Vent Covers And Duct Openings That Are Connected To Your Mobile Home’s Central Air System

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If you moved into an older mobile home and cool air does not blow strongly through the vents that are attached to the duct work that runs underneath the trailer when your central air conditioning system is turned on, debris may be trapped inside of each duct opening. The following steps will teach you how to clean the vent covers and duct openings to assist with even air flow. Once finished with the cleaning steps, keep the duct openings maintained to prevent future problems.  Materials screwdriver vacuum cleaner with hose or brush...

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3 Common Problems For Gas Fireplaces

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Compared to their traditional wood burning kin, gas fireplaces represent a wonderful blend of comfort and convenience. Yet these home heating appliances are still prone to experience problems from time to time. If you own–or are considering installing–a gas fireplace, read on. This article will introduce you to three commonly experienced problems. Strange Sounds Though gas fireplaces are by and large quite silent, it is perfectly natural for them to make some noises–especially just after they’ve been turned on. Things...

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4 Ideas To Improve The Efficiency And Reliability Of Your Renewable Energy Systems

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If you have invested in renewable energy for your home, such as solar arrays to produce power, wind energy or solar collectors for heating and hot water, they may not produce all the energy you need. The solar array alone, may make little difference on the power you use in your home. It is a combination of these systems and efficient improvements that will help make your home independent. Here are some ideas you may want to consider to make your renewable energy systems more efficient: 1. Add A Solar Water Heater To Give Your Home Heating And...

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Could Your Heating Be More Efficient?

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When it comes to heating your home, there are a number of concerns that you need to keep in mind. You want to make sure that your heater can work quickly and keep your home warm, but you also want to make sure that you get the most bang for your buck. In order to help you out with the latter point, here are a number of ways to increase the efficiency of your heating: What is the best type of energy for the job? If you are thinking about getting a new heater in the future or are planning on moving, then you definitely want to consider which...

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Four Tips To Help With Maintenance Of Biomass Heating During Winter Months

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If you have a biomass boiler for heating and hot water in your home, maintenance is important to ensure your system is working efficiently. During the winter months, your system will need to have more maintenance done to ensure that it is working properly. You will need to do things like clean the fire chamber and tubing. Here are some tips to help ensure your biomass heating system is working properly when you need your heating most: 1. Checking Fuel Materials And Making Adjustments To Boiler The fuel for a biomass boiler is one of the most...

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Signs That Indicate Trouble With Your Natural Gas Furnace

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As a homeowner with a natural gas furnace in the home, you are going to want to be fully aware of the things that indicate trouble with it. This way, you will know when to call in a professional HVAC contractor. To help you with this, you can easily review the following signs of natural gas furnace trouble. Explosion Sounds Okay, so your furnace might not have actually exploded, but if you find that is occasionally sounds like it is, then you have a problem. This sound is generally the result of a buildup of natural gas that is sitting...

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Two Reasons for Reduced HVAC Airflow

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There are so many things that could go wrong with your HVAC system that it is often easiest to just call a specialist. However, if you notice reduced airflow when using your heating or air conditioning, there are a few things you can do on your own to check out your system. You might even end up finding the problem and fixing it yourself. A Clogged Furnace Filter A clogged furnace filter is often the cause of reduced air flow with central heating and air conditioning. Many central heating and air conditioning systems use the air pump on the...

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Think You Have Mold Inside Your Ductwork? Learn 3 Signs Of Mold Growth

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Mold not only has the potential to devalue your house, but it can pose a health risk to those that live in your home. Mold is called the silent killer for a reason because it can cause people to suffer from congestion, headaches, eye and skin irritation, and even respiratory problems. Mold can be easy to identify when it is in an open area of your home, but is much tougher to identify when it is hidden in your ductwork. Here are three ways to tell if you have molds growing inside your ductwork.  Smell A good indication that you have a...

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3 Commonly Experienced Air Conditioning Problems

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When you need to be sure that your home is comfortable and able to provide you the thermal quality that you need, you’ll need to take great care of it with maintenance and repair. While the best way to remedy these issues is to reach out to an air conditioning repair contractor, there are some common problems that you might be able to troubleshoot before having to make that call. In this regard, read on to learn a few of the most commonly experienced air conditioning issues.    #1: Your Air Conditioner Will Not Power On One of...

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