Tips for Improving Airflow in Office Buildings
According to the EPA, the air in indoor spaces is two to five times more polluted than the air outdoors. Fresh air may not always be accessible in office buildings, which means good airflow is paramount in maintaining good indoor air quality. In today’s post, HVAC company Stone Heating and Air shares tips on how …
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Common Types of Winter Storm Damage to HVAC Systems
Winter storms can severely damage your HVAC system. As a homeowner, you’re not expected to keep an eye on your HVAC system at all times. However, knowing how to recognize signs of storm damage can give you the time you need to call for timely repairs and avoid further damage. In today’s post, Stone Heating …
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What Causes a Furnace Pilot Light to Go Out?
If you have a relatively old furnace, chances are it uses a standing pilot light for ignition, which must be kept on at all times. In today’s post, Stone Heating and Air takes a look at what causes pilot lights to go out and what can be done about this.Read More
Red-Tagged Furnaces: What Should You Do?
When HVAC companies red-tag a furnace, this means it’s not safe for use during the winter season. If your furnace is your only source of heating, you have to make sure that it’s in good working order before the season begins. In today’s post, the HVAC contractors at Stone Heating and Air discuss what causes furnaces to …
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