Chances are high that your home heating system is a furnace. There is no whole-home heater more common in the US. And we think there are a few things you should know about this system you use every single day, even though you may have very little background on it in the first place.
Bartels Heating & Cooling Blog: Archive for January, 2016
We understand that you want to save some money by holding onto your older heater as long as possible. But at what point does holding onto a failing heater become more troublesome than upgrading to a more efficient system? Check out 4 of the signs that your older heater might be due for a replacement, even if it has not broken down just yet.
There are some systems in your home you could not imagine going for one day without. And for most homeowners, the hot water heater is one of those systems. You may become alarmed when you find out that your water heater is not functioning properly, because you don’t want to have to suffer through a shower with no hot water. But rumbling noises from the water heater may have little effect on the way your unit works—for now.