Posts tagged with "Air filter"
For new home owners or those newer to the DIY route, furnace maintenance can be daunting. There are some things that should be left to the pros, but one thing you can do yourself is change your furnace’s air filter. Here is a step-by-step guide on how to change your furnace filter! Find out what […]Read more
When did you last change your air filter? If the answer is “I’m not sure,” It might be time to get down to that furnace room and take a look at the thing most responsible for your home’s indoor air quality. With winter coming and minds turning to preventative maintenance, it can’t be said enough […]Read more
Are you a seasonal allergy sufferer? For those with seasonal allergies, spring, summer and parts of autumn can be absolutely miserable. Itchy eyes, sneezing and congestion all lead to some pretty uncomfortable days. If you or someone you love does suffer from seasonal allergies, these tips might come in very handy. According to the Mayo […]Read more
When did you last clean your air filter? With late summer comes some very unpleasant seasonal allergies; ragweed, goldenrod and other plants will be coming into bloom and clogging up the air with their pollen. For allergy sufferers, this can be an unpleasant time. One way to minimize the effect these allergens will have indoors […]Read more
Today is the first day of spring – that means it’s time to talk furnace maintenance again! While spring isn’t the time of year when we worry most about furnace maintenance, there are still a couple things you can do to make sure your heating system is ready to go next autumn. First, make sure […]Read more
Have you ever wondered how your furnace works? Well, with the many different styles of furnace out there, it is impossible to make a catch-all post about all parts. Instead, we have taken a look at some of the more common furnace components and explained their functions. Flue Gas Vent – The flue is a […]Read more
It seems that even though it is only mid-November, winter is here to stay. Colder-than-average temperatures and surprising amounts of snow have forced many indoors to begin their winter tradition of semi-hibernation. All joking aside, winter is the season we spend the most time indoors and as we mentioned in our previous blog post, a […]Read more