There are few things more frustrating than not having your heater working when you need it—especially when you’re shivering your way through a chilly winter night. But, when your electric furnace won’t turn on, there’s no need to panic. With some simple troubleshooting, you might just be able to fix… Read More
The weather's freezing outside. Come to think of it, it's not so warm inside anymore either.
You jig the temperature setting on your heat pump. Nothing. All of a sudden you notice a clicking sound from inside it too. And then you recall that giant energy bill from last month.
It's time for a heat pump repair... Read More
No matter what type of furnace you use to keep your home warm during the cooler months, we know you want to do what you can to protect your investment.
You'd also like to find ways to manage the costs of heating your home, without having to compromise when it comes to your personal comfort level.
In order to ensure that your heater stays in good shape, it's important to invest in a heating tune-up in Phoenix. This won't just extend the life of your furnace. It will also help you to prevent having to make costly and time-consuming repairs and replacements in the future.
But what does a furnace tune-up consist of, and why is getting one such an important step in maintaining your heater?
Keep reading this post to find out. Read More
Every winter, you rely on your furnace. However, each winter that passes means that your furnace is aging. This means its efficiency and its ability to warm your home properly is decreasing.
It is essential that you have a working furnace to keep your family warm during the winter months. As we approach the coldest months of the year, let's look at the top 5 signs you need a furnace replacement. Read More
The holidays are over but winter hasn't left us just yet. Which means your heating system still has work to do this season.
A broken heater is a problem that you need to solve immediately. But this brings up a common question: "Do I do a heating system repair? Or do I do a heating system replacement?" Read More
As winter approaches, a broken heater is the last thing you need to worry about.
Unfortunately, repairs could cost as much as $900 in some areas. Not everyone has that kind of cash hanging around, especially with the expenses of the Christmas season.
Our best advice is to get your heater serviced right away if you think it's on its way out. This will increase the likelihood of saving your heater before the whole system breaks.
To help you decipher whether this is the case, we've listed four classic signs that your heater needs a professional service.
Read on to learn how to identify a broken heater. Read More
If you’ve started to notice that the furnace in your Phoenix home isn’t functioning at its normal level, then you might be worried about the need for a repair. However, if you’ve never had to schedule repairs for your furnace before, it can be hard to know which component is causing the issues, which can also make it difficult to know if you need minor or major repairs.
Fortunately, with the right tips, you can examine the major parts of your furnace to ensure continued functioning and to see if you need repairs. Here is a furnace maintenance checklist for Phoenix homeowners so that you can get peace of mind when your furnace stops working the way you need. Read More
If you have a Trane furnace, then you have one of the most reliable heating systems in existence. However, even the most reliable furnace runs into problems from time to time, and this is why your Trane has included several error codes to help you find a given issue. However, if you’re unfamiliar with error codes for furnaces, then you may be unaware of what these codes mean. Read More
One of the most frustrating, worrying factors of being a homeowner is having a problem with your furnace that you don’t know how to fix. Even reliable models like a Trane can run into problems on occasion, causing you a lot of stress and concern. Because the coldest months of the year are on the horizon, many homeowners are wondering what they’ll do if their Trane furnace runs into an issue. Read More
As the cold air of winter creeps in, many homeowners across Arizona are trying to find the best way to make sure the heating systems are in tip-top shape. Preparing your heater for the increased stresses of winter is key in both saving on your energy costs and making sure that your family is warm and comfortable throughout the entirety of the season. Read More