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Basic Troubleshooting for a Malfunctioning Furnace Sensor

Basic Troubleshooting for a Malfunctioning Furnace Sensor

Furnaces have built-in safety measures to ensure that noxious gases and fumes don’t leak into your house. A key component of the furnace’s safety circuit is the flame sensor, a small metal rod with a porcelain base that monitors the flame in the furnace through an electrical current. When the flame goes out, the furnace …

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How Humidity Affects HVAC Energy Efficiency

How Humidity Affects HVAC Energy Efficiency

Cooling and heating costs comprise a significant chunk of your household electricity bill. That’s why it’s important for homeowners to have a basic understanding of the different factors that can affect their HVAC system’s energy efficiency. One such factor is humidity, which not only lowers your HVAC system’s energy efficiency, but also reduces indoor comfort …

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How Long Is a Normal Furnace Heating Cycle?

How Long Is a Normal Furnace Heating Cycle?

Heating cycles that are too short or too long might be a sign that there’s an issue with your furnace. Left unattended, frequent short or long heating cycles can increase your heating bills, along with wear and tear on the furnace’s sensitive components. However, keep in mind that there are several external factors, like outdoor temperatures …

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5 Things You Can Do to Improve Indoor Air Quality

5 Things You Can Do to Improve Indoor Air Quality

With people spending more time indoors, it’s more important than ever for homeowners to assess the level of air quality inside their homes. Indoor air pollution not only lowers indoor comfort and overall quality of living, but also increases your risk for developing certain diseases. Fortunately, there are things you can do to improve indoor …

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How Snow & Ice Can Damage Your HVAC System

How Snow & Ice Can Damage Your HVAC System

Every year we deal with it–the temperature drops and snow falls, covering everything in a frozen blanket. We tuck ourselves in and make ourselves cozy, relying on our good old heating system to keep us warm and toasty while we wait for more pleasant weather. But while getting snug and comfortable in your heated home, …

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