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How the Romans Invented Floor Heating

The Romans, nearly 2,500 years ago, invented floor heating, and really, even by our modern standards, an amazing and efficient central heating system. So today, when floor heating is a great upgrade some homeowners are considering, the idea is absolutely classical.

My Furnace Wobbles, Is This Bad?

My furnace shakes, rattles and wobbles. It’s loud. It’s making it feel like the whole house is shaking. Most of the time, a rattling furnace is caused by the blower wheel or motor being dirty, off balance or broken. Sometimes, a bunch of dirt, an obstruction or even another part of the furnace is in the wheel.

Pests Can Make Your HVAC System Their Home

Pests – from roaches or smaller up to cats, raccoons and opossums – can fit into a vent. Then, pests can make the inside of your HVAC system their home. Animals can cause damage to get into a part of your heating and cooling system.

Should I Flush My AC Drain Line with Vinegar?

An air conditioning system’s condensate drain line looks small and simple. It plays a vital function in the effective functioning of your whole system. Simply, the condensate line drains away and removes the water, from condensation, that’s created by the evaporator coil, draining it from the air handler to outside your house.

Spring Cleaning for Your Home’s HVAC

With a Carolina March, you might be going back and forth between heat and the AC. Before we all get to running the AC nearly non-stop for a few months, some spring cleaning is a good idea. It’ll improve the efficiency of your AC and HVAC system.

How Often Should the Heat Run When it’s Below 32 Degrees?

When a home’s heat is on and cycling, when does cycling too much mean you have a problem. How often should the heat cut on and run when it’s below 32 degrees outside?

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