The weather is finally starting to cool, and that means you’re probably relying on your furnace more and more often to keep warm. As you start to use your furnace more regularly, the wear and tear on the system will increase. That will make it more likely for problems to occur. One of the easiest warning signs to pick up on for furnace problems is strange noises coming from the system. Have a look at some of the more common noises below that indicate a problem with your system.
Speedy Air Conditioning Service Blog: Archive for November, 2016
If you use a heat pump for climate control, you already know that it can act as both a heating and air conditioning system. This is normally quite an advantage over other climate control systems, but it does have the potential to become a problem. You don’t want your heat pump to be blowing cold air in the middle of winter, obviously. If your heat pump seems to be stuck in air conditioning mode, read on to find out why.
If you’re using a ductless system to keep warm this winter, you need to be keeping an eye out for any problems that may develop. One of the biggest problems that can afflict your system is dropping output. There are a number of reasons why this might be happening, all of which will require professional attention to be fixed. While you’re waiting for a professional to arrive, let’s take a look at some of the reasons why your ductless output might be dropping.
We’re getting into heating season, which for some of us means finding a new home heating system. Furnaces are the most popular heating system type in the country, and for good reason. They’re affordable, effective, and can work in a wide variety of situations. However, it can sometimes be difficult to decide exactly which furnace would fit your individual needs the best. If you’re having trouble finding the right furnace for your home, read on for some tips.