Should I Consider a Boiler for My Phoenix Home?

Boilers are a common form of heating back east, using hot water run through a series of pipes to warm your home. The technology has been in use for some time and it remains a safe and efficient way to...

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Are Loud Sounds from My Heater a Reason to Call for Repair Help?

If you’ve lived with your heater through at least one cold spell (yes, we do have them in Phoenix), then you’ll know the sort of sounds it makes during regular operation. When your heater makes a strange, loud sound you haven’t heard from it previously, it’s usually a caution sign: something is going wrong within the heating system, and it may require repairs. Pay attention to those noises...

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Why Does My Furnace Keep Shutting Down?

Running your heater in Arizona is not going to be a daily occurrence, at least not for much of the year. That being said, if you think that you can squeak by without a great heater installed in your h...

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How Faulty Burners Affect Your Furnace

Gas furnaces are the most popular type of heater founds in the United States. They have high levels of heating, cost less to run than electrical models, and hook up to the standard ducts most homes already have for air conditioning. To have a gas furnace that provides you with that powerful level of heating and efficient use of energy—as well as to keep it running safely—you will occasionally...

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Is It Time for Furnace Repairs?

When most people think of Arizona, they probably imagine a nice, dry heat. However, those of us that have lived here throughout the winter season know that this heat is not omnipresent. It can actuall...

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Why Use a Furnace to Heat My Home?

When it comes to living comfortably in Nevada, a lot of people will immediately think of their air conditioning systems. This is understandable, and your AC most definitely gets more time on the playing field than your central air conditioner does. Don’t let that lull you into a false sense of security when it comes to your home heating system, though. You’re still going to run into temperatur...

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