Hearing Strange Rumbling Noises? Check Your Furnace Out

Hearing Strange Rumbling Noises? Check Your Furnace OutSometimes rumbling noises around your Long Island home can sneak up on you. It may take time to realize that the low rumbling sound you’ve been hearing is coming from your furnace. This may mean it’s time to call in a professional to diagnose the problem. Read More »

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5 Tips for Choosing the Best HVAC Installer for Your Project

5 Tips for Choosing the Best HVAC Installer for Your ProjectYour home’s HVAC system is responsible for providing indoor air comfort. This is particularly important during periods of extreme weather. Long Island homeowners should aim to find the best HVAC installer for their heating and cooling needs by using the tips presented below. Read More »

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Supplement Your Oil Furnace with These Efficient Heating Alternatives

Supplement Your Oil Furnace with These Efficient Heating AlternativesOil furnaces are very common sources of residential heating, but operating one can be more costly than using another source of heat. Here are some efficient heating alternatives you can add to your home to supplement your oil furnace. Read More »

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Telling Signs Your Furnace Ignitor Isn’t Working

Telling Signs Your Furnace Ignitor Isn't WorkingHave you ever woken up in the morning to a cold home and a malfunctioning furnace? The problem might have been as simple as a temporary power outage, or it may have been caused by something more critical like a failed furnace ignitor. Here are some basic furnace troubleshooting tips you can use the next time this Read More »

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Why Should a Contractor Size HVAC Ducts for Your System?

Why Should a Contractor Size HVAC Ducts for Your System?Your ducts are the arteries of your HVAC system, delivering conditioned air to every room in your home. However, ducts in the wrong size can’t do their job properly. If ducts are too small, they can restrict airflow, taking longer to heat or cool your home. If your ducts are too large, you’ll experience lower air velocity, which causes cold air to warm up and warm air to cool down before it has a chance to reach your home. Read More »

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What Should Homeowners Expect Out of a Modern HVAC Unit?

What Should Homeowners Expect Out of a Modern HVAC Unit?Most homeowners don’t keep up with the latest and greatest trends in the HVAC industry. Every year, new and improved heating and cooling technologies are introduced to the marketplace. If you’re on the fence about upgrading your system, read on to discover what you can expect from installing a new HVAC unit. Read More »

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Easy Tips to Make Your Furnace Burn Less Oil

Easy Tips to Make Your Furnace Burn Less OilLow oil prices present a great opportunity to improve your home’s energy efficiency. If you use the money you save on home energy-saving projects, you’ll be able to reap big rewards when oil prices go back up. Read More »

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Smart Troubleshooting Tips for Your Home’s Oil-Fired Furnace

Smart Troubleshooting Tips for Your Home's Oil-Fired FurnaceYour oil-fired furnace is a reliable source of heat for your home, but like any appliance, it may sometimes encounter trouble. If the furnace in your Long Island home isn’t working as well as it should, or it’s not coming on at all, some simple troubleshooting can help you correct the problem or decide to call in the experts. Here’s what to do: Read More »

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How to Install an HVAC Supply Vent in Your Home

How to Install an HVAC Supply Vent in Your  HomeAdding an HVAC supply vent to condition an existing space or an entirely new one requires working with a qualified HVAC contractor. Working with a pro to calculate the extra load your vent will put on your system will help keep energy bills in line without compromising your current system. Read More »

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Helpful Tips for Installing an Upflow Furnace in Your Garage

Helpful Tips for Installing an Upflow Furnace in Your GarageMore and more homeowners in the U.S. are choosing gas furnaces to heat their homes. Gas upflow heating systems, the most common type of system, draw air intake at the bottom of a unit, and then force heated air from the top to the supply ducts for distribution. Read More »

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