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The Benefits of Newer Energy Efficient Furnaces

It is quite normal for your furnace to run 24/7, especially during the coldest months of winter. This extended use of your heating system typically accounts for more than half of your monthly utility bills. If you have one of those older, low-efficiency furnaces, you probably are spending more on home heating than you should. That’s because old, inefficient furnaces burn more fuel and cost more to operate, ... READ MORE >

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Tips on Buying a New Furnace

Choosing the right furnace for your home can be difficult but is an important decision to make since it is the appliance that will provide you comfort in extremely cold weather. If you are in the market for a new heating system, you need to know what separates a great buy from a bad one. Calling a reputable heating company in North Prairie, WI like Kettle Moraine Heating and Air Conditioning can help in properly ... READ MORE >

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Why Size Matters When Buying a New Furnace

Heating your home especially during winter is an essential comfort, but it can also be a costly one. Buying the largest or most expensive furnace isn’t always the best idea. When it comes to HVAC systems, bigger isn’t always better. Turn back time a decade or so, contractors used to go by “rule of thumb” when sizing a furnace and homeowners typically bought furnaces that were too large ... READ MORE >

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Practical Tips on Maintaining Your Furnace

Your furnace is responsible for keeping your family comfortably warm during the frigid months of winter. For this reason, it is important that your heating system runs properly and safely. A well-maintained furnace will provide maximum heat output for the home while minimizing fuel usage. A typical furnace can last for 10 to 15 years, but it needs to be properly maintained. Sadly, most homeowners wait until their ... READ MORE >

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Leading Causes of Furnace Failures

Your furnace is an indispensable part of your life, keeping you and your family safe and warm when winter becomes unbearably cold. For the most part, your heating system is able to do its job, keeping you comfortable and dry, but sometimes, it displays some unusual behavior. What happens when your furnace is supposed to release heat, but it blows cold air instead? What can you do to speed up the process while waiting ... READ MORE >

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