Why Does My HVAC System Smell Like Smoke?

May 13, 2020

If your furnace or air conditioner smells like smoke, it doesn’t necessarily mean that anything is burning. However, it is a good idea to take note of the problem and call for assistance if it lingers. Let’s take a look at some possible reasons why this might be happening. An Air Filter Is Clogged As filters get older, they do a poor job collecting dust, pollen or other particles in the air surrounding your furnace or condenser unit. As these particles start to collect on fan motors and other parts, they have to work harder to produce hot or cold...

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How to Add Home Equity with HVAC Upgrades

April 16, 2020

All homeowners can benefit from improving their properties. Even if you’re selling in a down market, the right home improvements can increase your profits. The trick is making sure the improvement you pay for gives you added return. Simply updating your HVAC system to current standards can improve the value of your home. However, there are ways to increase the return even more. Increase Energy Efficiency Do your homework and find a product that increases energy efficiency in a marked way. The idea is to save on energy costs over time. This may include installing a system with the highest...

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How Scheduling Spring HVAC Maintenance Saves Money

March 11, 2020

One of the best ways for you to save money is to schedule HVAC maintenance services during the spring season. Staying proactive can prevent a small problem from developing into a significant issue. HVAC maintenance is an excellent way to keep your system operating at an efficient level while also saving you a lot of money in the long-term. Here are a few of the main ways that you can save money by scheduling HVAC maintenance services during the springtime. 1. Lower Monthly Energy Bill One of the easiest ways to lower your monthly energy bill is to stay proactive...

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How Does a Furnace Work?

February 13, 2020

It gets cold in Centerville, and you probably do not think about your furnace much until you start getting cold. Understanding the basic furnace function is important so you know what to do when a problem does arise. Here is how it works: Create Heat The first step is to generate heat. Either propane or natural gas burns in a combustion chamber to generate this heat. Transfer the Heat to the Air Once the heat is generated, the heat will rise. As the heat rises in the furnace, it warms a heat exchanger, which is a metal grid. As air...

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Why Are Some Rooms Colder Than Others?

January 5, 2020

Your living room is perfectly comfortable but your children’s rooms are cold. Why isn’t your home heating uniformly? There can be a few reasons why this is the case. Let’s look into this. Air Duct Leaks You could be losing heat in your ducts due to leaks and poor connections. Your furnace can get warm air to some rooms but it is lost in your attic or crawlspace to other rooms. It’s not uncommon that 20 to 30% of heated air is lost in your ductwork. Having a firm like in Centerville, Utah, fix problems in your ducts can lead...

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When to Consider a New Furnace Installation

December 17, 2019

Homeowners depend on their furnaces to keep their families comfortable in the winter months. Around Centerville, Utah, the experts at have years of experience in keeping warm air pumping out of those heating systems. However, even with our best efforts, every furnace needs to be replaced at some point. Installing a new heater at the right time can be a smart home investment and save you from aggravation. How Old Is Your Furnace? Age is one of the major markers we use when it comes to furnace replacement. While you want your current unit to last as long as possible,...

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Tips for Maintaining Your Winter Indoor Air Quality

November 12, 2019

When winter arrives in Centerville, UT, you’ll shutter your windows and switch on the furnace until spring. While this certainly helps keep your home warm, an unintended side effect is that you’ll breathe the same musty, old indoor air for months. The good news? There are a few things you can do to improve your indoor air quality inside your house. 1. Replace Furnace Filters Regularly Freshening up your furnace filters on a regular basis is important, especially during the winter when your heating system is running nonstop. Since you, your family, and your pets are spending a lot more...

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