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December 10, 2019
new furnace considerations

5 Considerations When Planning a New Furnace Purchase

Furnaces are well constructed and will last you quite a few years, but eventually, you’ll start thinking of upgrading to a newer piece of equipment. Since the weather has turned cold and your furnace will be put to the task once again, now is the perfect time for us to look at five new furnace considerations. Size of the Unit The first thing to consider when purchasing a new furnace for your home is the size of the unit you’ll […]
November 26, 2019

The Radiator and Its Historical Significance

Your heating system provides heated air whenever and wherever you need it to improve your home comfort. It’s hard to imagine your home without it. But do you know the appliance and inventor that you owe your comfort to? Franz San-Galli is widely regarded as having invented the modern radiator, which contributed to the development of modern central heating systems significantly. Let’s take a look back at modern radiator history. The Life of San-Galli Franz San-Galli was born in 1824 […]
November 19, 2019

5 Facts About Your Ventless Fireplace

There’s nothing better than gathering around the fireplace on a cold day, but unless you have a functioning chimney to vent the smoke, it can be dangerous and difficult to manage. However, now there’s a cheaper, safer alternative: A ventless fireplace allows you to bypass the ventilation and enjoy a roaring fire safely, without a chimney or flue. Here are five things you need to know about ventless fireplaces: They use something called perfect combustion. Running on natural gas, the fireplace’s burning is […]
August 6, 2019

Homeowner’s Guide to Heat Pump & Heat Types

Heat pump heat comes in several varieties to make sure your home is never without warm comfort in any winter weather.  Unlike a standard furnace that burns natural gas or heats with electric coils, air-source heat pumps harvest heat right out of the air. Think of it like a central air conditioner running backwards: The heat pump’s outdoor coil extracts latent heat energy present even in chilly winter air, the system compressor concentrates molecules of heat energy, and the indoor […]