Sunset Air Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Furnace Installation’

Do I Need a New Furnace This Fall?

Monday, October 16th, 2017

gas-burnerThe weather is getting pretty cold now, and it’s going to get colder soon. If you don’t have a heating system installed in your home that you can rely on, now is definitely the time to replace it. You don’t want to risk your furnace breaking down on you in the middle of winter. If you’re unsure whether or not your furnace can actually get you through another heating season, check out some of the symptoms below. These symptoms tend to indicate that it’s a good idea to replace your furnace.

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What Happens if Your Furnace Is Improperly Sized

Monday, November 14th, 2016

Even this late in the year, plenty of people are looking to install new heating systems in their homes. If you’re one of the many people considering installing a furnace system in your home, you’re probably considering a lot of different factors. Make sure you don’t neglect one of the more major factors: size. Many homeowners just go for the largest furnace they can fit, or think that whatever sits in the space they have available for it is good enough. This isn’t true. Improperly sized furnaces create more problems than they solve, as you can see below.

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Signs You Need a New Furnace

Monday, October 31st, 2016

As we get deeper into heating season, you’re going to start relying on your furnace more and more often to keep warm. If your furnace isn’t prepared for yet another season of high work stress, it’s best that you replace it now. You don’t want your heater to break down on you in the middle of winter, do you? Read on to find out more about how to tell if you need a new furnace.

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Make Sure That Your Furnace Is Properly Sized

Monday, February 1st, 2016

There are two very harmful attitudes that come into play when homeowners select furnaces for installation. The first is that “bigger is better,” and that they should go for the largest furnace that will fit. The second is that the size doesn’t matter one way or the other, and that a smaller furnace will do just as well as a large one. If you’re not careful, either one of these could lead to replacing your furnace early. Let’s take a look at what happens when your furnace isn’t properly sized.

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