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Can I Install My Own Furnace?

Any time that a furnace decides to go out completely, it's a bad time. But when the cold months of winter approach, a furnace that's in need of replacement is potentially even dangerous. Not only can your family suffer, but your home — including your pipes, fixtures, and even flooring — can be at risk also. In a bid to try and save money, many homeowners are looking to perform as many home maintenance tasks as they can themselves. Read More 

Ready For A More Comfortable Home? Install A Mini Split Air Conditioning System

Air conditioning is a modern amenity that most homeowners can't imagine living without. Most homes are equipped with a forced-air cooling system, but there are other options available. A mini-split ductless air conditioning system has the potential to maximize the comfort of your living space. You can enjoy a wide range of benefits when making the switch to a mini-split system for your home. Here's a look at just a few of those options. Read More 

Troubleshooting An HVAC Pilot Light

Whether it's on your boiler, water heater, or furnace, a pilot light that won't stay lit can be a major problem. With gas-powered appliances, the pilot is a necessary part of the system, without which it won't run. Fortunately, most pilot light issues are an easy fix once you know the cause of the problem. Dirt and Dust One of the most common reasons for a constantly failing pilot light is dirt and dust on the pilot opening or the tip of the pilot gas valve. Read More 

There Are A Lot Of Things HVAC Contractors Handle

There are so many different ways an HVAC contractor can help you out with your heating or air conditioning system, as well as with some other things such as the water heater, air cleaners, and more. The information you will find offered in this writing can help you to have a better idea of the types of services you can turn to an HVAC contractor for.  Your Air Conditioning System Read More 

Troubleshooting 3 Common Gas Furnace Pilot Light Problems

The last thing you need in the middle of a frigid winter night is for your home's gas furnace to stop working. Unfortunately, furnace problems rarely present themselves at "convenient" times. For gas furnaces, many heating problems can be traced back to issues with the pilot light and/or gas supply. By knowing how to do some basic troubleshooting on your furnace's pilot light, you can get a better idea of what the problem might be and determine when to call a furnace repair contractor. Read More