Carbon Monoxide’s Impact on Indoor Air Quality

March 19, 2020

Furnaces are powered by gas. When a furnace burns fuel during the heating process, it produces carbon monoxide in the heat exchanger. If the carbon monoxide leaks out, it can impact your indoor air quality. Learning about carbon monoxide’s effect on indoor air quality is essential. After all, the quality of the air in your home or office impacts your health. Here is what you need to know about carbon monoxide’s impact on indoor air quality. What Is Carbon Monoxide? Quite simply, carbon monoxide is a gas. It is odorless and colorless.

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How Long Should a Furnace Last?

February 20, 2020

Most furnaces can last up to 30 years. The life expectancy of yours will depend on a variety of factors. These include the furnace’s manufacturer and model, whether proper installation techniques were used, the frequency and quality of maintenance services performed and the moisture level in your home. Let’s explore the factors that can determine your furnace’s life expectancy. Furnace Manufacturer and Model Price doesn’t determine the quality of a furnace. However, some manufacturers produce better furnaces than others. When shopping for a furnace, it’s important to select a quality furnace from a reputable manufacturer. Research

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How to Avoid Furnace Repairs

January 12, 2020

Sitting in the cold while waiting for furnace repairs can greatly interrupt your family’s routine and contentment. Fortunately, you can avoid furnace emergencies. Keeping tabs on the age of your heater, having a preventative maintenance program, and looking for symptoms that a major breakdown is about to happen will help to keep your family warm all winter. Keep Track of Your Furnace’s Age How old is your furnace? It’s important to keep track of its age because equipment does wear out over time. Many of the modern heaters last from 15 to 20 years, on average.

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