How to Know if Your Furnace Needs Repair

January 30th, 2023
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You’re probably pretty good at spotting when a person needs to see a doctor. Years of experience have finely honed your skills at recognizing signs of illness or injury in others.

Maybe you have some related skills in a different area, such as noticing when your car isn’t behaving normally and it’s time to take it to the mechanic.

But what about your furnace? How do you develop the skill set that will help you recognize furnace problems so you can get furnace repair promptly when it’s needed?

It’s a matter of knowing the signs and paying attention. Only time and practice will make this come easily, but we can get you started in the right direction.

Pay attention to these clues, and you’ll be well on your way to becoming a finely-tuned instrument for assessing furnace health.

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Tankless Water Heater Pros and Cons

January 16th, 2023
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Time for a new water heater? There’s this big talk about tankless water heaters being more energy efficient and saving you money, but there are caveats.

It’s time to replace your water heater and you’re not sure which system type works best for you and your family. Let us help you with that.

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5 Troubleshooting Tips for Your Home Heating Before Calling for Repair

December 19th, 2022
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We often emphasize the importance of making sure that heating maintenance and repair is only done by trained, qualified, experienced professionals.

For both your safety and the wellbeing of your heating system, we stand firmly behind that belief. However, there are some exceptions.

There are times when a few moments spent checking on basic things could save you the hassle and expense of heating repair. 

So here are five things you should do yourself before you call for heating repair in Pensacola, FL.

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Signals That Your Water Heater Is Going Out

December 5th, 2022
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While a water heater can last many years with regular maintenance, and may even go years without requiring any repairs, it’s important to know what to keep an eye out for in case your water heater does encounter some trouble.

Here are some signs that you shouldn’t overlook, so you’ll know when to call a professional for repairs and when you might want to consider replacing your water heater. 

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Is Dual Fuel Better Than a Gas Furnace?

November 21st, 2022
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If you need to replace your furnace, or you’re starting to do research because you’ll probably need to replace it soon, there may be options on the market that weren’t available when you last purchased a furnace. You’ve heard of hybrid cars, but did you know that hybrid heating is possible? It’s called a dual fuel system, and it can be ideal for many homes.

How can you determine whether a dual fuel system or a gas furnace is the right choice for your home? There are several factors. 

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Should You Have a Whole House Generator Installed?

November 7th, 2022
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In Florida, whether because of a hurricane or a smaller storm, it’s always a possibility that our homes will lose power and leave us wondering—sometimes for days—when it will be restored. A backup generator is the only way we can be sure we’ll have electricity for basic necessities like refrigeration. 

Many of us rely on portable generators, which can be a lifesaver when we don’t have any other options. But they pose their own challenges, and have some major drawbacks. A whole house generator is another option, but what are the benefits and drawbacks? Is a whole house generator in Pensacola, FL the best choice for your home?

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Your Tankless Water Heater Might Need Repair If…

October 24th, 2022
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Your tankless water heater was an excellent investment. It saves energy, which means you save money on your utility bills. And it’s significantly less likely to run into some of the issues that can occur with tank water heaters. However, like any appliance, it can sometimes have problems. Since some of the signs of a problem may be different from a tank water heater, it’s important to know what to keep an eye out for in case your tankless water heater needs repair.

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Hurricane Damaged Your HVAC? We Can Help

October 10th, 2022
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First, let us express our solidarity with other Floridians as well as those in other places who were also affected. While our area was spared the worst of Hurricane Ian, we know all too well what it’s like to cope with the threat of hurricanes, the storms themselves, and the aftermath. 

HVAC systems are sometimes badly damaged by hurricanes and other major storms. If you experience storm damage to your HVAC system, don’t hesitate to reach out to our team, who are experienced at assessing and repairing just these kinds of problems.

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Why You Should Book an Inspection for Your Gas Fireplace Today

September 26th, 2022
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If you have a gas fireplace, it’s probably one of the things you look forward to the most when autumn approaches. It doesn’t just keep you warm, it gives your home a snug, cozy atmosphere that’s perfect for the season. But before you think about firing up your gas fireplace this fall, you should have it professionally inspected. 

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Can You Have a Ductless System If You Have Ductwork?

September 12th, 2022
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You’ve heard good things about ductless or mini-split heating and cooling systems. They have a lot of great benefits. But … your house already has ductwork. It was probably built in the seventies or more recently, when ducted systems for central air conditioning became common. So, you might wonder, should you still explore the possibility of a ductless system? Are there ways that you might derive some of those benefits, or would it be pointless to consider a mini-split for your home?

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