The Ideal Humidity for a Home

The Ideal Humidity for a Home

So what’s the ideal humidity for a home? Sufficient airflow, proper humidity levels, and adequate heating and cooling are ingredients to a comfy home.  While the HVAC system takes care of heating, cooling, and air conditioning, it won’t entirely take care of your...
How Does a Natural Gas Furnace Work?

How Does a Natural Gas Furnace Work?

Modern furnaces come in models capable of using different fuels to heat our spaces. While electric and solar models are gaining momentum super-fast, natural gas furnaces are still a popular choice. If your furnace was installed 10 to 15 years ago, it’s most likely...
Pros and Cons of Tankless Water Heaters

Pros and Cons of Tankless Water Heaters

Tankless water heaters have proven reliable and efficient since their inception. Every homeowner who has upgraded from conventional heating systems to tankless units will tell you that the long-term value balances the high upfront cost. Understanding the pros and cons...
Are Annual Furnace Inspections Really Necessary?

Are Annual Furnace Inspections Really Necessary?

It’s a documented rule that furnaces must be professionally inspected at least once a year. However, homeowners are still wary of doing it because they don’t know its benefits. So, are annual furnace inspections really necessary? Yes, they are, and the following are...
Why is My Furnace Leaking Water?

Why is My Furnace Leaking Water?

Furnace water leakages aren’t an everyday happening. However, if your furnace is a bit older or hasn’t been checked for some time, you’re likely to deal with water leaks often. Whether it’s the first time or it happened in the past, your question will always be, why...
Difference Between Boiler and Furnace

Difference Between Boiler and Furnace

The home heating systems subject is yet not clear to many, as lots of folks still confuse furnaces for boilers. Boilers and furnaces do the same job of heating our homes, but they are entirely two different entities. The biggest difference between boiler and furnace...