The heat exchanger is one a gas furnace's most important yet least understood of all its components. Unfortunately, a failure to recognize the exchanger's role can easily lead to breakdowns and other potentially hazardous problems that require HVAC maintenance. If you would like to learn more about the part played by your furnace's heat exchanger, read on. This article will provide a handy introduction to the subject. The Basics The basic operating principle of a gas furnace is quite simple: gas flows into the combustion chamber and is ignited, giving off heat in the process. [Read More]
2 Springtime Tips For Preparing Your Gas Furnace For Next Winter
When the warm weather of spring comes along, you may be ready to turn off the heat and forget about it until the next fall. However, you may wonder if there is anything you can do to maintain your furnace before then. If so, use the following tips to prepare your gas furnace for the next winter season. Change The Filter Even if you have regularly changed your furnace's filter and will not be using the heat for a few months, it is still a good idea to change the filter in the spring. [Read More]
Improve The Air Quality In Your Home
The quality of air in your home can have a huge impact on your everyday life. You want to have the highest quality air possible, but it can be tricky to have high quality air in your home. There are a few different things that you can do that can have a positive impact on your indoor air quality. This article is going to outline three different things that you can do that will help you have the cleanest air possible in your home. [Read More]
Is Your Heating Unit Inefficient?
These days, there is a push to be more energy efficient with all of your appliances. This includes major appliances, like heating units. And, while improving your heating unit to make it more efficient is a good thing to do in terms of how it affects mother nature, it's also a good thing to do in terms of how it affects your wallet since an outdated heating unit could be costing you a lot more cash than necessary each month. [Read More]