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7 Amazing Benefits of Using Humidifiers During Winter

"During winter humidifier helps you to have a good sleep and also helps your babies to have a good sleep as well to learn more about top rate humidifier for your babies."
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Cracked Heat Exchanger: All You Need to Know

A heat exchanger is one of the key components of a furnace that is responsible for heating the air. It is a set of coils or tubes repeatedly wound across the path of airflow inside the furnace that helps to heat the air.What are the signs of a cracked heat exchanger?One of the main signs of a cracked heat exchanger is a strong and unpleasant odor similar to formaldehyde.…See More
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Paul Raymer commented on John White's blog post Troubleshooting Tips for a Furnace That is Not Blowing Hot Air
"My furnace is sourced with a hot water loop from the water heater.  I kept turning up the water heater temperature until the temperature/pressure relief valve started blowing water out onto the basement floor.  After a lot of air and pipe…"
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How Long Does a Furnace Last and When Should You Replace It?

Although the right circumstances and proper care can lengthen the life of a furnace, you will have to replace it eventually. Ideally, the right time to replace your furnace is when its repair cost outweighs the cost of buying a brand new furnace. However, most furnaces stop working suddenly without giving homeowners significant malfunctioning hints. Stay aware of the…See More
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Top 5 Reasons Why No Air Is Blowing from Your AC Vents

Have you been experiencing no air blowing from your air conditioning vents in your home? There can be many reasons for a nonfunctioning air conditioner. Here are some commonly asked questions regarding air conditioner problems that might help you tackle the issue.Why Is There No Air Coming from My AC Vents?When the AC filters are clogged with dirt, hair, dust, and other debris, the airflow through the vents in your home may be reduced, decreasing the efficiency of your air conditioning system.…See More
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Air Conditioning Spring Maintenance Checklist

"Thank you for sharing these essential points. Air conditioning maintenance is a tough task. I hire air conditioning company Hudson County NJ experts to check and repair my air conditioning system. They even provide quality maintenance services.…"
Aug 5, 2019
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Jul 29, 2019
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Smart Thermostats: All That You Need to Know

Thermostats have evolved substantially over the years in terms of their technology and design. They have changed from old manual dial thermostats to programmable thermostats, which has paved the way for smart thermostats. Read on to learn why you should consider smart thermostats for your home.What Are Smart Thermostats?These are intelligent devices that allow you to control the vital functions of your air conditioner from anywhere on any smart devices like tablets or mobile phones. Smart…See More
Jul 29, 2019
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Top 5 Reasons to Install a Smart Thermostat

Smart thermostats do not just control panels for your air conditioning and heating systems. They are now technologically advanced tools with different sensors, Wi-Fi, and advanced algorithms. Here are top 5 reasons for homeowners to upgrade to a smart thermostat:1. Saving Money on Energy BillsYou can use the energy-saving…See More
Jul 23, 2019
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6 Most Common HVAC Duct Problems You Should Know About

Air ducts are a significant component of your heating and cooling system, but they are usually overlooked. Many times, homeowners have no clue that a problem exists. If you think that your HVAC system is inefficient or you get consistently high energy bills, look out for these six common duct problems.1. Poor DesignA duct system that transfers the air from one point to another with the least amount of distance and obstructions is economical and very effective. Poor design will result in…See More
Jul 15, 2019
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Central Air Conditioning System: Why It Is the Best Choice for Your Home

A central air conditioning system produces cool air at a central location and delivers it to and from rooms by fans and ductwork. The performance of the air conditioner compressor makes the entire process of air conditioning possible. The cool air is produced when the compression of the coolant gas enables the compressor to discharge heat out of the house.Types of Central Air ConditionersTwo types of central air conditioning systems include:Split SystemIn a split air conditioning system, an…See More
Jul 1, 2019

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White Mechanical, Inc.
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Contractor: insulation, Contractor: HVAC, Energy efficiency / Weatherization program administrator or implementer / evaluator, Engineer, Realtor
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Cracked Heat Exchanger: All You Need to Know

Posted on February 11, 2020 at 6:30am 0 Comments

A heat exchanger is one of the key components of a furnace that is responsible for heating the air. It is a set of coils or tubes repeatedly wound across the path of airflow inside the furnace that helps to heat the air.

What are the signs of a cracked heat exchanger?

One of the main signs of a cracked heat exchanger is…

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How Long Does a Furnace Last and When Should You Replace It?

Posted on January 29, 2020 at 1:24am 0 Comments

Although the right circumstances and proper care can lengthen the life of a furnace, you will have to replace it eventually. Ideally, the right time to replace your furnace is when its repair cost outweighs the cost of buying a brand new furnace. However, most furnaces stop working suddenly without giving homeowners significant malfunctioning hints.…

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Troubleshooting Tips for a Furnace That is Not Blowing Hot Air

Posted on January 17, 2020 at 5:30am 1 Comment

Nothing can be more frustrating than having a furnace that is not able to blow hot air in the cold winter season. In many cases, this may be something easy to fix by yourself.

Furnace Not Blowing Hot Air? 5 Potential Reasons Behind the Issue

1. Thermostat Issues

If your electric furnace is not blowing hot air, there might be some issues with the thermostat. Here are some of the common problems related to a faulty thermostat.

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How Do You Know When to Replace Your Furnace?

Posted on January 16, 2020 at 5:56am 0 Comments

Winters can be unpredictable; therefore, it is essential to create a safe and warm environment at home to help you and your family defend from the cold and snowstorms. Here are a few signs that will help you determine if you need to replace your furnace.

Furnace Is 15 Years or Older

If your furnace is 15 years old and regularly needs maintenance, then it likely needs to be replaced. An older furnace might not operate at maximum efficiency and sometimes result in an increased…

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At 8:58pm on November 20, 2018, James Pollard said…

Good Day,

How is everything with you, I picked interest on you after going through your short profile and deemed it necessary to write you immediately. I have something very vital to disclose to you, but I found it difficult to express myself here, since it's a public site.Could you please get back to me on ( mr.jamespollard01@gmail.com ) for the full details.
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At 7:11am on April 30, 2018, Diane Chojnowski said…

Hi John,

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