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What are the Pipes Coming Out of My Furnace?

If your furnace is 90% efficient or greater, you probably have PVC pipes coming out of the wall of your home that look something like those pictured here. These pipes allow the furnace to intake fresh air and to safely vent flue gasses out of the home. We had a client recently ask us if they

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The Most Common Furnace/Heating Emergencies and What They Cost

When your heat suddenly goes out in the middle of winter it can be considered an emergency, especially in an ice-cold place like Cleveland. Without heat, your home will become uninhabitable quickly and you’re likely to have issues with freezing pipes. Luckily, many of the most common Cleveland heating emergencies aren’t as hard or as expensive to fix

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The 8 Warning Signs of an Impending Furnace Failure

With temperatures dropping, the last thing you want to face is a complete failure of your furnace. Depending on the age of your model, it may be time to consider a new unit. Impending furnace failure often comes with some symptoms that if noticed beforehand, can lead you to contact your trusted HVAC technician before you’re left

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Red-Tag Furnace: What To Do When Yours Is Labeled Dangerous

If your HVAC contractor or utility company has red-tagged your furnace, operating it could prove hazardous to your health. While there are many problems that can put a furnace out of commission, a cracked heat exchanger is one of the most common. In the heat exchanger, the furnace burns fuel, turning it into usable heat energy

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Troubleshooting Airflow And The Impact On Your Furnace

Airflow problems can have a significant impact on your indoor comfort anytime but especially during heating season.  It’s a good idea to get these taken care of before the cold weather has a chance to settle in. Some signals of airflow problems include temperature fluctuations in a single room, or variations from one room to the next,

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