Prep Your HVAC for a Snowstorm With These Simple Tips

Winter can be quite unpredictable, and when a snowstorm is in the forecast, you can be sure that it will be a blizzard. To avoid the dangers that come with extremely cold temperatures, you should prepare in advance. Here are some important tips on how you can prepare your HVAC for a snowstorm. Schedule HVAC

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15 Heating Options for This Winter

The summertime is the perfect time for you to consider your heating options for the winter. You may be looking into getting a new heat system because your old one is at the end of its lifespan. But with so many different options available, you may be wondering which one to choose. We will help

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Do You Know How to Safely Relight Your Furnace?

If you haven’t replaced the gas furnace in your Indianapolis home for quite some time, odds are it has a pilot light. While most new furnaces have electric ignition switches, older furnaces don’t. The pilot light in your furnace is a small flame that ignites the burners whenever the heater is turned on at the

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Usual Signs of Thermostat Malfunction

Your air conditioner’s thermostat is the brain behind the entire system. It allows you to tell the air conditioning system what to do and provides you with an automatic option so that you don’t have to be there to constantly change it. While your thermostat can be great while it is working appropriately, it can

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Should I Turn Off My Gas Furnace in the Summer?

You may need your furnace for the chilly spring mornings. After that, you may never need to heat your home for the next four months. However, even if you never use your furnace, it still consumes gas if it stays on. Should you keep it on the whole four months of summer? Should You Turn

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