Apple Aire Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Arvada’

Are You Using Your Heater Efficiently?

Monday, January 11th, 2021
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If outdoor temperatures didn’t clue you in, winter is officially here for the long haul. Are you prepared?

Sure, we don’t always have bone-chillingly cold weather at this time of the year, but our winter seasons are certainly cold, and require fully functioning heating systems to keep households as warm as possible.

When we say we want you to have a great heating system, we mean that we want you to have a heater that is reliable, effective, and highly efficient! This last point is especially important. After all, if your heater isn’t working as efficiently as it should, then it means you’re paying more for its service than you should! And let’s face it, our winters are too long and drawn out to pay too much to comfort.

So what can you do? We’ve provided a rundown of some relatively easy steps you can take. Read on!

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Heed These Signs of a Suffering Furnace

Monday, November 30th, 2020
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Furnace systems are not simple pieces of equipment. They involve a number of complex components, and when servicing something as complex as this, you’ll need to be one of two things—either an experienced professional HVAC contractor or a vigilant homeowner. Chances are, you’re the latter—a vigilant homeowner should do their research to know when their heater is trouble so they can call for professional repairs ASAP.

Without proper training, it may be hard to determine exactly what is wrong with your furnace when it’s acting up or when it suddenly breaks down. That’s what we are here for! We do think it’s possible, however, to know the signs that something is wrong with your furnace. And the sooner you discover a sign of trouble, the sooner you can give us a call to have the repair need taken care of.

And the thing is, the signs of a suffering furnace aren’t always big, bright, or loud. Meaning, you may not even know what to look for. But again, that’s what we are here for.

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