Speedy Air Conditioning Service Blog: Archive for December, 2015

Consider Keeping Warm with a Ductless Heater This Winter

Monday, December 28th, 2015

Most people are motivated by inertia when looking for a new home heating system. That is, if they had a furnace before, they are probably going to install another furnace to replace the old one. There isn’t anything technically wrong with this way of looking for a new heating system. In the past couple of decades, though, a number of exciting new heating technologies have hit the market. Ductless heating is one of those technologies. Read on for some of the advantages of ductless heating, and why you might want to install one this winter.

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Weird Furnace Noises and What They Indicate

Monday, December 21st, 2015

Furnaces make all kinds of noises during operation, and if you’ve had your furnace for any length of time you know what those noises usually sound like. If your furnace starts making unusual noises during operation, though, you should never ignore them. Weird noises are a prime indicator of problems in the system. If you just let them continue, you could be allowing a serious problem to get worse. Let’s take a look at different unusual furnace noises, and what they mean.

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Watch for These Furnace Issues This Winter

Monday, December 14th, 2015

Winter is the most stressful time of year for furnaces, due to their increased usage. If you’re using your furnace to keep warm on a daily basis, you should keep an eye out for any problems that may crop up due to the increased usage. Let’s take a look at some common furnace problems, and when to call for repairs.

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Heat Pump Issues to Be Aware Of

Monday, December 7th, 2015

Heat pumps are just as susceptible to issues as any other heating system during the winter. However, they tend to experience a different range of problems due to their construction. If you’re a heat pump owner, you need to be aware of some of these problems so that you can call for repairs promptly. Read on for an outline of a couple of the more common problems heat pumps experience during the winter.

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