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Which is better in Newark Ohio? Heat Pump vs AC

Air Conditioner vs. Heat Pump: Which is Ideal for Homeowners in Newark? (Part 1)

Most people, when faced with the decision of being cool and comfortable during the extreme heat of Ohio summers, could care less whether they have a heat pump or an air conditioner. Most of us only care that our family is cool and comfortable. When it’s time to replace your home’s cooling equipment, it’s nice …

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Furnace capacitor in Newark Ohio

What is a Furnace Capacitor and How to Tell If It’s Bad?

Expertise from a Professional HVAC Contractor in Newark Ohio One of the most important parts of a gas forced air furnace is the blower motor. This motor is responsible for moving fresh air through the furnace, over burners to heat it (or over the evaporator coil to cool it), then distribute it out to the …

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HVAC technician removing furnace blower

Your Furnace Blower Motor: What It Is, How It Can Break Down, and How to Repair It

The job of a central heating system is to intake fresh air, warm it, then circulate it throughout the home via an air duct system until a desired temperature is achieved. Just like any other mechanical device with moving parts, the furnace blower motor is susceptible to breakdowns. Read on to determine if your blower …

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HVAC pro reveals repair tips every homeowner should know

HVAC Pro Reveals Furnace Repair Tips Every Homeowner Should Know

As a homeowner, it’s important for you to understand a little bit about how your home works, especially your home’s heating system. It’s good to know quick troubleshooting tips to get your heat going again should you have a furnace mishap. Should you have any problems with your heating system during the winter, follow these …

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Which furnace is best for you - single stage, two-stage, variable-speed?

Overview of Furnace Types: Single Stage, Multi Stage and Modulating Furnaces

In this article, we take a look at the various types of forced-air furnaces, and compare the difference between single stage, two stage, variable speed, and modulating furnaces. Single Stage Furnaces What is Unique About a Single-Stage Furnace? A “stage” are the different speeds that a furnace runs. A single stage furnace is essentially ON …

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shocked by furnace inefficiency

9 Reasons Your Furnace is Losing Efficiency

On those cold winter mornings, there’s nothing better than pulling up the covers and feeling the furnace turn on, keeping you cozy and warm. But, did you know that heating your home uses more energy and costs more money than any other system in your home? Energy Saver – an office of the U.S. Department …

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Optimize humidity in the winter

How to Optimize the Humidity in Your Home During Winter

If you’ve lived in Ohio for any length of time, you know how irritating the effects of low humidity in your home during Winter can be. Symptoms of low humidity can include cracked, dry skin and eyes; bloody noses; dry, itchy skin and eyes; cold and flu symptoms; allergy and asthma flare-ups; chapped and cracked …

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