Short answer: Yes! There are a great many factors that need to be considered when installing a new furnace in your home, and size is one of them. Far too many homeowners think that if they can physically fit a certain furnace into their homes, then it will operate just fine. This is not true. If you install a furnace that is too large, or too small, then you are setting yourself up for a whole host of problems. Let’s take a look at those problems now.
Shavitz Heating and Air Conditioning Blog: Archive for February, 2016
You may have heard people talk about indoor air quality, air cleaners, filtration systems, and the like before. You may have even checked out the indoor air quality portion of this site. Still, it can be hard to grasp why air cleaners are so important if you don’t know what’s lurking in the air you breathe every day.
There are a wide range of different home heating systems available on the market today. With the overwhelming number of different choices you have, you may be tempted to just go the safe route and install a new heating system of the same type as your old one. Before you do that, though, you should check out what some of the other heating systems have to offer. Let’s take a look at heat pumps, and the unique advantages they can offer you this winter.
Ductless systems need maintenance just as much as any other system. Twice as often, in fact, but we’ll get to that in a second. If you haven’t scheduled maintenance for your ductless system yet, you should do so now. Otherwise, you may find yourself dealing with a whole slew of problems that could have been avoided. Let’s take a look at why it’s so beneficial to schedule ductless maintenance.
Furnaces make a fair bit of noise during operation, as anyone who owns a furnace knows. However, if you’ve had your furnace for any length of time then you know which noises are normal and which are not. If your furnace starts making strange noises during operation, it’s often an indication of something wrong with the system. If you’re not sure whether or not the noise indicates a problem, call for repairs anyway just to be sure. Let’s take a look at some unusual furnace noises, and the problems they tend to indicate.