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Furnace Leaks: 4 Possible Causes & What to Do About Them

Furnace Leaks: 4 Possible Causes & What to Do About Them

Water leaks from a furnace makes it easy for panic to set in, especially since not only can these leaks cause moisture damage but the temperature around your home is dropping as well. As much as possible avoid panicking if this happens as there are ways to easily solve this problem.

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How to Solve Poor Airflow & Uneven Indoor Temperatures

How to Solve Poor Airflow & Uneven Indoor Temperatures

Whenever a home is experiencing poor airflow or uneven heating/cooling, homeowners automatically think that installing duct booster fans, such as regular or inline fans, would solve their problems almost immediately. According to experts, however, such devices won’t completely solve the issue as they only tackle a symptom instead of the root cause of the problem.

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Why Heating Bills Increase in the Winter and What to Do About It

Why Heating Bills Increase in the Winter and What to Do About It

Winter is here, and along with lower temperatures outside you’ll almost certainly begin to see your heating bills increase. HVAC companies like Stone Heating and Air can explain what factors cause your bills to go up and offer tips to help you lower them while still keeping your home warm. We do just this below.

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Preparing for Heat & Power Loss in the Winter

Preparing for Heat & Power Loss in the Winter

Power outages can be troublesome in the middle of winter when many of us rely on electricity for heat. Blizzards and ice storms are two of the culprits that can keep people from staying warm. In this post, your home heating repair expert Stone Heating and Air presents some clever techniques for conserving warmth and …

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5 Gas Furnace Safety Habits to Practice Every Winter

5 Gas Furnace Safety Habits to Practice Every Winter

The gas furnace is the most common energy-efficient heating system, but some homeowners fear that they’re a safety hazard. While this isn’t exactly true, with a natural gas furnace you do need to take some safety precautions. Stone Heating and Air, your local HVAC repair company, presents five tips to follow that will keep you safe this …

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