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Is It the Right Time to Schedule Heating Installation?

We’re still enjoying warm summer temperatures here in Connecticut, and so it’s difficult to think about the temperature dropping down to the point where we will need to turn on our home heating systems. But that time is coming up fast and will arrive sooner than we think (those “Back to School” sales are already popping up everywhere).

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Repairs an Electric Furnace Might Need

The electric furnace is a great choice when you want a safe, effective heating system that doesn’t require the use of natural gas. Natural gas heaters may cost less to run due to the low cost of gas in most areas, but electric furnaces also have many advantages and can be very efficient in many types of homes.

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How a Hybrid Heating System Protects Your Comfort

Heat pumps can be great systems for many households, but there is concern about using a heat pump during the winter, particularly in the Northeast. The reason for the concern is valid: heat pumps absorb the heat around them to provide heat to your home; because of this, they can struggle when the temperature goes below 32 degrees, as it does frequently in Connecticut.

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Why Do Boilers Tend to Last Longer Than Other Heating Systems?

Boilers have a reputation for being among the most sturdy and long-lived heating systems on the market. They have this reputation for good reason. The average boiler can last beyond 30 years, compared to the 10-20 years that most heating systems live. So what exactly causes this extreme longevity in boilers?

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Is Fireplace Installation Safe for My Home?

When is the last time you turned on your fireplace? In some homes, turning on an older fireplace is too much of a risk, especially if a technician or inspector has already deemed their fireplace a potential safety hazard. This is one of the reason homeowners seek out new fireplace installation.

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How Does a Tankless Water Heater Work?

Think about all of the ways you use hot water. It’s not just for showering: you need hot water for washing your hands, rinsing the dishes, doing your laundry, and for other cleaning, cooking, and grooming tasks. In most homes, you can expect to turn on a hot water tap and feel the warmth in a matter of seconds.

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Air Conditioning Repair Guide: Protect Your Compressor

The compressor can perhaps be described as the heart of your air conditioning system. This component pumps refrigerant through the system, adding pressure and increasing the temperature so that it can give off heat at the condenser and carry on with its cycle. Without a working compressor, your entire unit is useless. And sometimes, a broken compressor cannot be repaired.

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Why Heat My Home with a Boiler?

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Is This Ice on My Air Conditioner a Bad Sign?

Yes, without a doubt. There is no situation in which having ice on any component of your home cooling system could be considered a sign of proper operation.

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AC Issue Warning Signs: Strange Sounds

Your air conditioner is obviously not going to operate totally silently. No mechanical system does.

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What Are the Benefits of Radiant Heating?

When winter comes to Connecticut, it can come in hard. That is why you need to know that your home heating system is going to be able to get the job done right when the time comes to heat your home.

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What Is Hybrid Heating?

If you are in the market for a new heating system, you really need to act promptly. It's already getting pretty chilly, and it definitely won't be long before your heater is running pretty much around the clock.

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Using a Forced Air Heater? Remember to Change Your Air Filter!

Furnaces and heat pumps are among the most popular of all heating systems. They are forced air heaters, meaning that they heat air, and then distribute that heated air throughout homes in order to warm them.

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Heater Tip: Proper Sizing Is Vital

When you are ready to buy a new heating system, there is a lot to consider. What type of fuel is that heater going to use in order to heat your home, for instance?

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Using Natural Gas Safely: Signs of Leaks

You should be able to recognize the signs that you have an issue with your gas line in Farmington, CT.

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AC Blowing Warm Air? Potential Causes

Keep this information in mind if you encounter this problem with your air conditioner in Farmington, CT.

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What Does Ice on My AC Mean?

Not only does ice developing on the system not mean that it is cooling too well, but it actually means that there is something wrong with the system.

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Is a Heat Pump the Heater for Me?

In today's post, we are going to help you better understand the benefits of using a heat pump to heat your home.

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Are Your Air Ducts Working for You, or Against You?

Considering how important ductwork is to the operation of these systems, it's surprising as how often overlooked air ducts are.

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