What Does A New Furnace Cost?
Posted by Rifat A. on 10/27/2019 to
Choosing the right furnace can be tough. But think about it this way, you’ll spend once and stay relaxed for years. If your existing furnace has totally stopped functioning, be sure to get one with highest efficiency rating. In the long run, this will save your wallet from crashing because of increased heating expenses. The following are a few things you should know about buying a new furnace -
5 Things To Consider When You Buy New Furnace [Infographic]
5 Ways to Increase Humidity in Your House
In winter, the humidity level starts to drop compared to fall or summer. To feel warm and to stay away from cold, we turn on our heaters. But a heater or any HVAC system (especially the heating systems) decreases the humidity more and as a result, we start to have dry skin, allergies and, other skin related problems. Lack of moisture in the air is also a friendly environment for the germs to grow. In winter, the humidity drops down below 30%. But good humidity level is somewhat between 40-45%. However, it varies from person to person. So, here are some easy steps to increase the humidity in winter –
5 Ways to Increase Humidity in Your House [Infographic]
Winter is the time when humidity level falls down to an extent where your skin starts to split or tear. This is not the only drawback of having low humidity in your home. However, you can increase the humidity level in your home and today I’ll be talking about 5 effective ways to do so.
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Reasons Behind Your Furnace Blowing Cold Air
After a day full of pressure and hard work, you went to your home and turned on the furnace. But your furnace is producing cold air instead of hot air. There is no doubt that this is one of the most unpleasant experiences you can have. But you bought your furnace a few days ago. Yes, this problem can happen to newly bought furnaces as well. There can be multiple issues behind this problem, but many of them can be solved by you. You need to know when to call an HVAC professional or when you can solve it by yourself. Here are the few reasons behind why your furnace blowing cold air