Making unusual noises is your furnace’s way of telling you it needs some repair. In our years of helping customers with their heating systems, we’ve found that over 90% of major repairs could have been avoided with regular maintenance.
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When Does a Furnace Need Repair?
A furnace has many mechanical components and duct ways that require regular, annual maintenance. Here are a few signs of an underlying problem that should be repaired as soon as possible:
Dry, dusty air. An older furnace has trouble properly humidifying the air which results in drier, dustier air and overall poor air quality.
Many recent breakdowns. A furnace that is nearing the end of its lifespan frequently breaks down in the last two years. Perhaps it’s time to think of a replacement?
Signs of corrosion. If you’ve noticed signs of rust on the flue pipes or vents, it’s one of the many signs of a possible carbon monoxide leak. Other signs of a CO leak include a yellow burner flame instead of a blue one, and no upward draft in the chimney. If you suspect a CO leak, ventilate your home and call for repairs immediately.
How Does Geothermal Heating Work?
Did you know the earth is a natural source of warmth and energy? Unlike air temperatures which fluctuate even throughout the day, the temperature below ground stays fairly consistent year-round — even on a frosty winter day. Geothermal heating is an efficient method that uses the earth’s abundant energy and warmth to heat your home.
An underground piping system is installed outside of your home. This piping system uses geothermal technology to absorb the earth’s warmth. Running through the pipes is water, another natural element that is able to store and transport heat. The heat flows to your home to the ground source heat pump unit located inside your home. The heat pump then distributes the heat throughout your home.
Geothermal heating systems are environmentally-friendly alternative to traditional heaters as it requires no fossil fuels. Enjoy energy savings and reduce your carbon footprint at the same time.
Extra Homedale Idaho Heating Services
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Homedale Heat Pump Services
Gas Log Fireplaces
Propane Heater Service
Homedale Water Heater Services
For 24/7 emergency repair service, call Right Now Heating and Air Conditioning at (208) 800-0120. Have questions about geothermal heating? We’d love to hear from you.