Common Heat Pump Problems and How to Fix Them

2021-02-25T11:13:12-05:00

Snowed-in days should be about spending quality time with family, relaxing with a warm beverage, or investing in a hobby. None of these cold season pleasures should involve worrying about a failing heat pump during the unpredictable Indiana storms. That’s why we’ve compiled a guide on common heat pump issues with tips on how to fix them to keep you comfortable for the rest of the winter. The heat pump is not running If your unit fails to start, then these are the likely culprits: Thermostat issues: If you have a programmable thermostat, is it set to have the heat [...]

Common Heat Pump Problems and How to Fix Them2021-02-25T11:13:12-05:00

Signs It’s Time to Replace Your Furnace

2021-02-03T19:05:07-05:00

During those last blustery days of autumn, you’ll often pass by your neighbor’s house and notice their technician paying them a visit-and for good reason. Aside from the discomfort of chilling in your living room while waiting on an emergency repair, a broken furnace can release contaminants into your house that can make your family sick. So how do you know if it’s time to invest in a new heating system? Here is a checklist of telltale signs that your furnace is on its way out so you can plan for your next one in advance- rather than in a [...]

Signs It’s Time to Replace Your Furnace2021-02-03T19:05:07-05:00

HVAC Tips for Winter

2021-02-03T19:11:34-05:00

There’s nothing worse than your heating system going out in the middle of winter while the snow is flying against a pitch-dark sky. Aside from running water, heating is generally a home owner’s greatest energy expense, which means that if your system breaks down you have a costly emergency on your hands too. We have compiled time-worn advice to help you detect and prevent problems early so you can keep your family warm and safe during these frigid winter days in northeast Indiana. Replace or clean your air filters One of the most common causes of an HVAC breakdown is [...]

HVAC Tips for Winter2021-02-03T19:11:34-05:00