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This is just your friendly reminder to make sure you have changed your furnace filter and that you do it on a regular basis. That is all.
Natural gas and propane burn cleaner than fuel oil, and most gas furnaces present fewer operational difficulties than oil burners do. In fact, the problems that affect gas furnaces typically involve the furnace’s thermocouple, the pilot light, or some component of the electrical system. Gas furnaces and heaters have control shutoffs to prevent gas leaks, […]
The first thing you should do is to make sure your home is well insulated and seal up any cracks, gaps, or air leaks. Most homes waste up to 60 percent of the energy they use, due to air leaks and poor insulation. Second, turn down the heat, and you don’t have to turn it […]
Unlike electric water heaters, standard tank type water heaters use an insulated storage tank. The construction or anatomy of a gas tank type water heater is explained in the tutorial Anatomy of the Gas Water Heater. Water heaters are generally very reliable but occasionally they do have problems. These problems can include: No hot water […]
Avista Utilities Blog – Energy efficiency rebate & incentive program updates – what you need to know Planning energy efficiency updates at your home? Find a rebate Post by Debbie Simock If you are planning on making energy efficiency improvements around your home or are wrapping up a project, make sure to check […]
Has it been more than a month since you ventured into your furnace’s filter area? Then it’s probably time to clean or replace this dust and dirt catcher to prevent you from sneezing your way into winter mornings. A clean filter maximizes your furnace’s efficiency and longevity– and minimizes your energy bills. Instructions Things You’ll Need: Garden […]
HVAC systems are mechanical, so like all mechanical systems they do need to be maintained. A thorough professional tune up will cost you $100 or more and is definitely something you should do every few years. However, you can do an annual tune up and maintenance process yourself, and save some of that money. 1. […]