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Green Heating Options for a Sustainable Winter

21 Nov
Green Heating Options for a Sustainable Winter

Heating season is fast approaching. Your furnace is a necessity in the cold, New Jersey winter. Unfortunately, running it also uses tons of energy and increases your carbon footprint. Fortunately, there are more environmentally friendly options you can use. Here are a few green heating options and tips: Geothermal heating. The heat energy beneath the […]

Tips for Heating Your Basement This Winter

07 Nov
Tips for Heating Your Basement This Winter

Have you been neglecting the comfort level of your basement? Whether it’s already considered to be a finished basement or if this is something you’re planning for the future, you need to make sure that you pay attention to its heating and cooling needs as warranted by the season. Here are some options you have […]

Considerations Before Installing Radiant Floor Heating in New Jersey

19 Oct
Considerations Before Installing Radiant Floor Heating in New Jersey

More and more homeowners are opting for radiant floor heating due to the many benefits it has to offer. It heats rooms evenly, is energy efficient, quiet, and doesn’t interfere with furniture placement. However, it doesn’t suit everyone. Be sure to make the following considerations before investing in a radiant heating system. Type of residence […]

Lowering Your Heating Load

21 Mar
Lowering Your Heating Load

Your heating system works hard keeping your home comfortable all winter long, so it withstands a lot of wear and tear. One way to prolong its service life and prevent costly repairs is to lower your heating load. Understanding “Heating Load” In simply terms, your heating load is the amount of energy required to keep […]

Top Ways to Detect Air Leaks

07 Mar
Top Ways to Detect Air Leaks

You’ve probably heard the expression, when someone leaves a door open on a cold day, “hey, we can’t afford to heat the outside!” Yet, that’s exactly what you’re doing if your home has substantial air leakage. Gaps and cracks in a house’s outer envelope allow warm air to infiltrate a home in the summer and […]

Most Common Furnace Troubleshooting Situations

09 Feb
Most Common Furnace Troubleshooting Situations

Forced air furnaces are a reliable source of heating with a workmanlike ability to keep a home comfortable year after year. Like any appliance, however, they wear down over time and require repairs or parts replacements, and sometimes — from 10 to 15 years, depending on the quality of the model and how it was […]

What is That Smell Coming From the Furnace?

26 Jan
What is That Smell Coming From the Furnace?

When you first turn your furnace on for the heating season, you likely will notice an acrid smell. Generally, this is just dust that’s settled on the furnace’s surfaces, burning off once the unit heats up. But any other type of furnace smell could signal a problem. Following is some information about the various types […]