Cool Touch Blog: Posts Tagged ‘heating repair’

Repairs? Replacement? Maintenance? Oh My!

Monday, November 25th, 2019

service-timeThings have cooled down quite a bit here in Arizona, which is totally great because your furnace could use some time in the spotlight! But before you go firing up that furnace, it is important that you read this blog!

Here’s the deal: many homeowners aren’t quite sure what to do with their furnaces come wintertime. Does it need repairs? Maybe it needs to be replaced? Where does maintenance fit into all this?

So, to help you out a little, we’ve explained it all for you below. All you have to do is keep reading to find out more (oh yeah, and remember to schedule your furnace repairs in Peoria, AZ with our team!)

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What’s That Weird Smell From My Furnace?

Monday, February 18th, 2019

furnace-repairWhen we fire up our furnaces in the winter after returning from the cold, we think of the nice and cozy feeling of getting to relax without the need for a blanket or sweatshirts. The last thing you usually think about is the smell. That’s why it would be incredibly strange if your furnace started emitting odors all the sudden!

Some odors are completely harmless and will go away, and others might be very dangerous. To help you tell the difference between the two, we’ve compiled a list of some of the most common odors that your furnace might emit.

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What to Do About a Short Cycling Furnace

Friday, December 7th, 2018

technician-inspecting-furnaceIn the past, HVAC equipment was made with one simple objective in mind: heat or cool your home as fast as possible. Often, that meant installing powerful equipment. It was certainly effective—but at the cost of an extravagant energy bill.

Advances in HVAC technology made it possible to introduce a balance between efficiency and power. This was achieved with cycles. But even so, this balance of efficiency and power must be maintained in accordance with the size of your home. If there’s a problem in the furnace—or even a problem with the furnace’s installation—it can cause short cycling.

We’ll explain what short cycling is and what you can do about it.

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