How To Replace A Broken Ignitor On A Gas Furnace

Posted on: 24 March 2016
An ignitor is an important part of a gas furnace's burner assembly and takes the place of the older model pilot lights. Without an operable ignitor, the unit doesn't know when to allow more gas or have the heat required to warm that gas and your air. If your furnace has stopped putting out hot air, the problem might be a broken ignitor. Replacing a broken ignitor isn't a difficult process if you have some time and do-it-yourself repair experience.
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How To Maintain Your AC Condenser

Posted on: 8 February 2016
An air conditioner that is part of a central HVAC system has a vital unit that is outside of the house. This is called the condenser unit. Many people mistakenly refer to the condenser unit as the air conditioner. In fact, the AC is made up of the condenser unit and the furnace (which is inside the house or in the garage). The condenser is vital to the production of cold air, while the furnace is more responsible for the circulation of the air.
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How To Know If A Professional Duct Cleaning Is Right For You

Posted on: 4 December 2015
Around this time of year, lots of HVAC companies start to advertise their duct cleaning services.  Here is a quick breakdown of what happens when you get your ducts professionally cleaned, and how to determine if this is the right course of action for your ducts at this time. How Ducts Are Cleaned There are a few different methods that HVAC companies use to clean ducts with. Many companies actually use a combination of the following methods:
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Preparing Your Central Air Conditioning System For The Switch Of The Seasons

Posted on: 16 September 2015
When it is time to put away air conditioning in exchange for heating, there are a few maintenance steps you will want to do your air conditioner to ensure it works properly when you need to use it again the following season. Routine maintenance to your central air conditioning system can be done on your own with a few simple tools. Here are some of the steps you should take at the end of the season to prepare your air conditioning system for storage.
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