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Heat Exchanger Inspection

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  • On November 25, 2020
Has an HVAC technician recommended that you have a heat exchanger inspection on your furnace? When you have an older furnace that has gone through many heating seasons, the constant heating up and cooling down can cause your heat exchanger to develop cracks. These cracks can develop over time but can also develop quickly. What […]
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The Importance of Your Air Ducts

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  • On November 13, 2020
An important part of your HVAC system is that V. The V is for ventilation which is the return and supply ductwork within your walls and also your air registers. There’s always a lot of talk about annual servicing of your cooling and heating system, but not much talk about the importance of the ductwork […]
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Lowering Heating Costs

  • Posted by Admin
  • On November 3, 2020
We’re getting closer and closer to official heating season Kansas. Once you start running your heating system, you can expect your energy heating costs bill to rise, but there are a few things you can do to help alleviate some of those energy costs that come with heating your home. –          Turn your ceiling fans to […]
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What is a Flame Sensor?

  • Posted by Admin
  • On October 28, 2020
A common issue that is encountered with your gas furnace is a dirty flame sensor. Your flame sensor is a small rod that is located on the burner assembly and confirms that a flame is present. It’s a safety feature on your furnace so if a flame isn’t detected, your furnace won’t continue to release […]
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Signs of Furnace Repair

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  • On October 23, 2020
There are always a few tell-tale signs that you need to call a professional in for furnace service. You should never wait and put off furnace maintenance because a minor issue could potentially turn into a big issue.  Smells, sounds, and temperature variations shouldn’t be ignored when it comes to your furnace. Squealing The squealing […]
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Fall Indoor Allergies

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  • On October 5, 2020
Do you feel like your allergies get worse when you turn on your furnace in the fall? If it does, you’re not alone! Turning on your heating will blow all the debris that has settled and collected on your heating equipment through your ducts and into your home. This debris consists of pet dander, dust, […]
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Hose Bib Maintenance

  • Posted by Admin
  • On October 1, 2020
Prepare your Plumbing for Colder Weather NOW! Cold weather is right around the corner so you should be thinking about how the cold weather will affect the plumbing in your home. We all know that Winter here in Kansas can be very unpredictable so you should always be prepared and plan for the worst. -Be […]
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Your Humidifier Water Panel

  • Posted by Admin
  • On September 30, 2020
If you have a humidifier installed onto your furnace, there is some maintenance that needs to be done on it annually. One item you should address every year is your humidifier water panel. It can also be called an evaporator pad or a humidifier filter. The water panel is what water flows onto and then […]
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Let’s Talk Humidifiers

  • Posted by Admin
  • On September 28, 2020
There’s many benefits to whole-house humidifiers that you may not know about. But you may wonder why you would ever need a humidifier in your home to start with. Do you suffer from… Dry nasal passages and nose bleeds? Dry skin or chapped lips? Dry throat or cough? Respiratory issues? Increased snoring? This all can […]
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Common Furnace Problems

  • Posted by Admin
  • On September 23, 2020
You usually don’t give your furnace too much thought until it doesn’t produce heat. Taking care of a few regular furnace maintenance issues will help guarantee that your system will keep you warm through the heating season. Here’s a few common furnace problems that can cause your system not to operate as it should. + […]
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