Sierra Pacific Home & Comfort, Inc. Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Furnace Repair’

Test-Run Your Furnace Before the Winter

Monday, November 20th, 2017

rest-run-heating-systemWinter, and the first real cold snap, is still not yet upon us but it’s usually a good idea to start up and run your furnace or heater this time of year. Whether you’ve just purchased your furnace or are hoping to coax one last season out of an older one, a test run is always a good idea in these relatively mild weeks before winter begins in earnest.

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Why Is Low Airflow a Problem for Your Heater?

Monday, October 16th, 2017

low-air-flowWith heating season rapidly arriving, now is the time to give your furnace a close look and check for any problems that might occur. We’re using our heating systems these days, but the weather is still comparatively warm. That lets you observe any issues the furnace may have and get them addressed before the weather gets too cold later this winter.

One common symptom of trouble is reduced airflow: warm air moving out of your vents more slowly than you’d expect. It sounds minor, but it actually signals a significant problem.

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