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How Often Should a Furnace Cycle in the Winter?

How Often Should a Furnace Cycle in the Winter?
While different furnace models have their differences, they all have the same function and achieve the same purpose. A majority of furnaces will operate similar heating cycles to maintain the set temperature on your thermostat. How often should your furnace…

6 Reasons Why Your Furnace Smells Bad

How Often Should a Furnace Cycle in the Winter?
Furnaces are the most common type of heating system in the U.S. Furnaces are an essential part of keeping any home or building warm when it’s cold outside. Furnaces heat air and send it through air ducts to reach every…

6 Signs That the Flame Sensor in Your Furnace Has Gone Bad

How Often Should a Furnace Cycle in the Winter?
What’s a Furnace Flame Sensor? The flame sensor within a furnace was created to ensure that the gas valve is opening only while the flames are burning. Otherwise, toxic gas could build up and result in a leak or fire.…

4 Types of Gas Furnace Ignitors

How Often Should a Furnace Cycle in the Winter?
Do You Have One of These Gas Furnace Ignitors? Getting ready for another chilly winter season? It may be the right time to check out new gas furnaces. However, it’s a little tricky to know what kind of furnace ignitor…

3 Causes of Furnace Water Leaks & How to Fix It

How Often Should a Furnace Cycle in the Winter?
Is your furnace leaking water? Though this may sound strange, a furnace leaking water is a definite problem that can occur. If you check your furnace to see water pooling around your system, you may need to seek HVAC attention…

7 Ways to Keep Your House Warm Without Power

How Often Should a Furnace Cycle in the Winter?
While the spring season may mark the end of frigid temperatures and snow, spring presents it’s own unique challenges. The Spring season is often accompanied by heavy rainfall, severe thunderstorms, and moderately brisk temperatures. To prepare for the possibility of…