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What Should You Do When Your Furnace Leaks Water?

Posted On: December 6, 2018

A water leak is the last thing you’d expect from your furnace. Seeing a slowly growing puddle of water around your heating system seems strange at first, but water leaks stemming from furnaces are surprisingly common. However, a furnace water leak isn’t something you’d want to ignore. Furnace water leaks can not only damage your…

Why You Should Be Concerned About Flame Rollout

Posted On: October 16, 2018

Proper maintenance for your healthy furnace significantly reduces safety concerns. However, if you skimp on your routine furnace maintenance, you have an older system, or if you notice any odd sounds or issues with your furnace, there is a serious risk of something going wrong. Flame rollout is one such concern. Flame rollout sounds scary,…

4 Terms to Know When Choosing an AC Unit | C.B. Lucas

Posted On: September 13, 2018

When you’re shopping for a new AC unit, you may wonder what all the number and letters mean and how you can choose the best unit for you. You’ll need to know how to decipher the terms used to describe different products, especially if you want to find a high-performance or eco-friendly unit. Here are…

The Dangers of Poor Office Air Quality

Posted On: August 8, 2018

Indoor air quality is an important consideration for everybody who manages or works in an office environment. You can have contaminated air without realizing it. This guide describes the things you need to know about your office air quality and what you can do to improve it. What Affects the Indoor Air Quality of Your…

Is Your Water Heater Failing?

Posted On: July 26, 2018

When you turn on the hot water, much of the credit for the hard work goes to your water heater. Water heaters are vital tools that keep your home comfortable, but water heaters are also overlooked, especially when it comes to replacement. If you can’t remember the last time you replaced your water heater, the…

How to Prevent High Cooling Bills During Summer Break

Posted On: May 23, 2018

Your kids are looking forward to being out of school for the summer, and you’re looking forward to having fun and making memories together. One thing that you might be worried about, though, is an increase in your cooling bills due to your kids being home all day. Luckily, following these five tips can help.…

Protect External Air Conditioning Components From Storms

Posted On: April 16, 2018

Spring and summer weather patterns are on the way, despite the oddly icy winter Virginia just experienced. That means you have to prepare your outdoor spaces for the weather, including preparing your air conditioner compressor or exterior portions of wall and window units. These components aren’t exactly fragile. But the severe weather that Virginia sometimes…

Why Your Home Has Uneven Heating And Cooling Problems

Posted On: March 27, 2018

Many homes have trouble with keeping a uniform degree of comfort around the home. Sometimes the upstairs feels hot while the downstairs feels cool. You may want to have some control over how each area of your home feels. Here are some solutions to uneven heating and cooling issues in your home. Are You Having…

The Importance of Your Water Heater’s Anode Rod

Posted On: February 22, 2018

Compared to other major residential appliances, water heaters are subject to an incredible amount of wear and strain. Not only do they have to withstand the fatigue inducing effects of constantly cycling between hot and cold states, but they also have to be built tough enough to resist damage as the result of near constant…

3 Negative Effects of Leaky Ducts

Posted On: February 5, 2018

When it comes to home heating, most people recognize the importance of having their furnace regularly maintained by a professional technician. This important step will go a long way toward preventing expensive breakdowns in the future. However, people often neglect to take care of an equally important aspect of a home’s HVAC system — the…

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