Cool Touch Air Conditioning and Heating Blog: Posts Tagged ‘heating repair’

Why Isn’t My Furnace Keeping Me Warm?

Monday, February 3rd, 2020
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Arizona winters might not get cold enough that you need to cozy up with your partner in front of a fireplace. However, there still are nights where the temperature does drop, and you want to make sure your furnace is working when it gets cold.

The worst thing that can happen is when you are enjoying the relatively mild winters and suddenly you realize that your home is uncomfortably cold. You turn on your furnace, and all it does is blow cool air in your face. We will discuss some of the reasons why your furnace isn’t heating so you can understand when to call us for furnace repair in Glendale, AZ.

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Repairs? Replacement? Maintenance? Oh My!

Monday, November 25th, 2019
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As the summer makes way for winter, temperatures in Arizona are getting down to more bearable levels. It is a fantastic time of the year when you don’t need to turn your AC on full blast throughout the day. The temperature can drop so low at night that you need to turn on the furnace that has been lying dormant throughout the year.

However, it is crucial that you understand a few things before you fire up your furnace. Most homeowners are not sure what to do when their furnace is causing them problems in Arizona. Does it need repairs? Do you need to replace it? Does it just need maintenance?

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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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