Pilot Light Problems? Possible Repair Issues You May Face

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Gas furnaces continue to be popular with homeowners because of their ability to create efficient, convenient heat. Unlike electric models, furnaces that use natural gas, fuel oil, or propane as fuel require an ignition component called a pilot light to ignite the burner each time the thermostat tells the furnace to cycle on and produce heat.  If a repair issue arises that prevents the pilot light from lighting or staying lit after being lighted, the furnace cannot cycle on and create heat.…

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That's Not Good: 4 Signs Your Heater Needs Immediate Repairs

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If you’re worried about your heater, you may be looking for signs of trouble. Some of those signs include hot or cold spots in your home, condensation on the windows, or rotten egg odors. But, there are other signs that you might not be aware of. Take a look at the issues described below. If you’ve encountered any of them, contact a heater repair technician as soon as possible.  Rust on Heater Flue…

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Repair Or Replace? Tips To Decide How To Deal With An Older Or Troublesome Furnace

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Every homeowner dreads the day when they find themselves dealing with a heating system problem that they know will be expensive to address. If the furnace is an older one or one that has seemed plagued with problems in the past, homeowners may wonder whether their money will be best spent on another round of repairs or whether they should install a new heating system, instead.  Homeowners who find themselves in this situation can use the following tips to help them determine which choice is the optimal one for their situation.…

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