Prevent Furnace Problems

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5 Most Common Furnace Problems

Heating | Heating & Cooling

As colder weather begins to sweep across the country, it is important to consider scheduling an inspection to prevent furnace problems. Just like your car needs regular maintenance and tune-ups to run at optimal efficiency, your furnace needs special attention, too — preferably before the cold weather creeps in!

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What is a Heat Exchanger?

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Heating | Heating & Cooling

A heat exchanger is a series of metal tubes inside the air stream of a furnace’s fan. This is the first area of the furnace that combustion gasses enter. These gasses are then relocated to the heat exchanger’s walls where they become warm and are circulated throughout your home. How Does a Heat Exchanger Affect

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Furnace Blowing Cold Air

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Why does my furnace blow cold air?

Heating

Homeowners may be concerned when they notice their furnace blows out cool air when it’s supposed to be producing heat. One of the reasons your furnace is producing cold air is because it’s getting started. When a furnace first begins to work, it pushes stagnant air out of the ducts. Ducts are often located in

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When Is It Time to Replace My Furnace?

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Heating

When you need to have multiple repairs done on your furnace within a short amount of time, chances are it is time to replace the furnace. Most repairs are required in the last two years of a furnace’s life and costs can total $500 or more. The life expectancy for most furnaces is between 16-20

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Introducing Our Latest Contest Winners

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Introducing Our Latest Contest Winners

Heating

We hosted an Oldest Working Furnace Contest to discover the oldest furnace still in use in the Atlanta metro area. Our winners, the Youngs, had a 60-year-old oil furnace that was installed in 1953 when Mr. Young was a senior in high school! Our residential general manager, Gresham, had to do a bit of digging

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