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What To Do if You Notice Your Furnace Blowing Cold Air

What To Do if You Notice Your Furnace Blowing Cold Air

When coming in from outside where the wind is icy cold, we expect to walk into a warm, toasty space. But what do you do if you find that your furnace is giving you the cold shoulder by not blowing hot air, or even worse, by blowing cold air? Trusted HVAC maintenance company Stone Heating and Air, …

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How a Clean Attic Helps Your HVAC System

How a Clean Attic Helps Your HVAC System

Out of sight, out of mind–this is the attitude many homeowners tend to take when it comes to their attic, but there are actually many benefits to keeping your attic clutter-free. For one, it lessens the risk of fire, creates better conditions for storage and keeps pests away. Did you know that a clean attic …

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4 HVAC Resolutions Worth Making in 2021

4 HVAC Resolutions Worth Making in 2021

Ah, 2021 is finally here! The most wonderful thing about the new year is that it provides you the perfect opportunity to improve your life, from eating healthier to committing to spending more time with family and friends. While you’re making resolutions for yourself, why not also make resolutions to improve your home’s overall energy …

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Winter Heating Mistakes You Should Avoid

Winter Heating Mistakes You Should Avoid

Winter is the time of year when you need your furnace the most. HVAC maintenance companies recommend keeping your heating system in good shape with regular maintenance calls throughout the year so you don’t have to deal with HVAC issues in the middle of a snowstorm.

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Why Is Your HVAC System Making a Clicking Sound?

Why Is Your HVAC System Making a Clicking Sound?

It’s that time of year again when home heating repair calls become more frequent. Winter is the season when furnaces work the hardest, which can sometimes lead to problems. If you’re knowledgeable about your furnace issue, however, you’ll be better able to understand what’s going on, what you should do and how to explain it to a …

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