Robbins Heating & Air Conditioning Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Furnace Maintenance’

Wait, Does My Furnace Need Repairs, Replacement, or Maintenance?

Monday, October 7th, 2019

question-mark-blueIt can definitely be pretty confusing—just how exactly do you know what your furnace needs at the start of the heating season? Of course, you want to make sure that your furnace is fully equipped and prepared to keep you and your family warm and toasty all winter long, so what do you do?

Well, for one, keep reading this blog! We’ve provided a sort-of quick-guide to the types of services your furnace may need and when! All you’ve got to do is click “read more” to learn more! (oh, and of course, remember to contact our team for your furnace services in Colorado Springs!)

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Improve Your Furnace Efficiency With These Steps

Monday, February 25th, 2019

Winter isn’t letting up anytime soon. There is still plenty of time to ski, make snowmen, go snowshoeing, and use your furnace. Of course, with so much time left in the season, saving money on energy might be a bit of a concern. Fortunately, there is still time to improve your energy efficiency, simply by modifying the ways in which you heat your home.

When your furnace in Larkspur, CO is energy efficiency, you’ll spend less time worrying about costly repairs and sky-high utility bills. There are plenty of things that you can do at home to boost your efficiency, some of which won’t cost you a single penny. Below, we have highlighted just some of the many ways you can improve the efficiency of your furnace. Keep reading to learn more. 

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Avoid CO Leaks with Regular Furnace Maintenance

Monday, January 14th, 2019

As a homeowner, you likely prioritize safety, both for yourself and your family. If you use a gas-powered furnace to heat your home in the winter, you should be aware of the dangers of carbon monoxide. But, don’t worry just yet. Your furnace is not inherently dangerous, and hazardous leaks can be avoided altogether as long as you remain proactive.

Scheduling regular maintenance services is the best way to ensure that your heater is operating safely and efficiently. In today’s blog, we will discuss the importance of regular maintenance and how it will help you avoid carbon monoxide. Keep reading below to learn more. 

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All About Your Furnace’s Safety Switches

Monday, January 1st, 2018

natural-gas-furnaceFurnaces of the past had a lot of issues in terms of home safety. Unfortunately, it was once all-too-common for a fire to break out due to a furnace malfunction, or a carbon monoxide leak to make people ill. Today, as you might expect, modern engineering has led to a much safer furnace.

Remember that anytime natural gas is used in an ignition system, there is a risk associated. However, modern safety switches within furnaces make it far less likely that something like an explosion or leak could occur. Combine this with routine professional inspections of your heater, and you can feel at ease. Read on to learn more about the switches inside your gas furnace that keep you safe and protect the system.

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Check Your Heating System Early On

Monday, October 9th, 2017

Mug-woman-floorYou don’t always know something is wrong with a system or a part of your property until it’s too late. For example, you might not know a tire has gone bad until it blows out while driving. You may not realize the roof is developing a leak until it rains. These are things you want to prevent as much as possible, and for the most part, you can. Most people take their cars into the mechanic for regular inspections and tune-ups and many clean out their gutters while checking for leaks in the spring and before storms.

All of the investments within your home deserve the same level of care. When you have a heating system, you may assume it’s working properly if it was running just fine last year. But as with a leaky roof or a worn-down tire, sometimes you cannot tell until something goes wrong. That’s just one of the reasons it’s so important to check your furnace early on in the season.

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