broken home heating system

When your heater breaks down, it’s important that you know how to properly take care of the situation. In this article, we will discuss some of the best ways that you can stay warm while you wait for an HVAC company to arrive. Click through to find out more on this subject.

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image of a house in winter that uses heating oil

Homeowners who choose to use C.O.D. or will-call delivery have to constantly check the levels of oil in their heating oil tank. This way, they can request services when the tank is approximately 30 percent full. But what happens if you get too busy and then suddenly notice that your tank has run completely dry?

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home in winter that uses heating oil

Every homeowner likes saving money on home heating costs during the winter. Luckily, although certain costs are directly connected to supply and demand, there are several things that people can do to alter these factors. This article will cover the top ways to budget for heating oil this winter.

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image of rust inside a furnace

Rust build-up in a furnace is a common occurrence. The only solution is to take care of your furnace and prevent rust before it damages the system. In this article, we discuss three of the most common causes of heating system rust. Likewise, we discuss what you can do to prevent it.

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carbon monoxide

Carbon monoxide, or CO, is a tasteless, colorless, and odorless gas. It is a byproduct of combustion. With a little prevention, you can ensure that the toxic gas does not enter your home. In this article, we share some information about carbon monoxide and the steps to take for a safe home environment.

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image of question mark depicting heating oil lifespan questions

The worst thing that can happen is running out of oil when you need it the most. To prevent this, many consumers will buy their fuel oil in bulk. In this article, we share some tips on how to store your oil to keep it from going bad. Click through to find out more.

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image of a boiler expansion tank

Have you ever heard a loud booming sound when you switch off your shower? Does it sound like your water heater might explode? An HVAC technician might have also told you that you need a boiler expansion tank replacement. This article will discuss what you need to know about boiler expansion tanks.

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image of a homeowner cranking up the thermostat

A warm and comfortable home during the winter should be a top priority. To do this, you have to determine the best temperature for your heating system. A lot of factors need to be considered to achieve comfort and energy-efficiency. This article helps you determine the ideal thermostat setting for your home.

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image of myths depicting heating and cooling myths

So many people believe in myths which blind them from the truth. In fact, some of these tidbits of misinformation can actually lead to poor decisions. This includes homeowners who have been misinformed about the care of their HVAC systems. This article dispels some common HVAC system myths that are floating around.

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oil-fired heating system

Homeowners and business owners know that heating oil prices do not remain the same price all year round. What you pay one heating season can be different the following season. As a consumer, you might want answers as to why this is so. This article discusses some of the factors that influence heating oil prices.

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