With summer trailing behind us and winter quickly approaching, it’s a good time to do any last-minute unit maintenance before battening down the hatches for the season.
A Propane furnace can be converted to a natural gas furnace since they are both gas and require the same equipment, with only a few minor adjustments.
To keep energy costs lower, you can use a heat pump system as opposed to your electric furnace or air
A ductless mini-split system is one of the best solutions for both heating and air conditioning when the building doesn't offer adequate ductwork. These units are continent, efficient, and
One of the biggest misconceptions in the HVAC industry revolves around filters. Many people don't know that your need to change your filters pretty frequently throughout the year.
Is water leaking out of your air conditioning unit? It's probably a drain clog and we can help fix and prevent this
Are you replacing the freon in your air conditioning unit each year or even more than once every year? That isn't normal, and it means that you have a leak.
Just as heating and cooling technology has changed over the years, so has the ductwork that delivers our heat and
In a dry heat state like Arizona, the air conditioning equipment is going to be very different from the type of cooling equipment you are used to here in Northeast
Design Conditions in HVAC In the HVAC Industry, there are a lot of terms many people out of the industry are not familiar with, one of them is "Design Conditions." This is something that we often explain to customers when they are concerned with their air condition or heat running consistently. What are Design Conditions? Design conditions take weather and location into account when building and sizing HVAC equipment. Design conditions in Ohio vary from design conditions in other states with different climates. If you want the most comfort and the most efficiency out of your equipment, we are going to size it for the design conditions here in Ohio. These design conditions can cause your air to run continuously during the summer when it is very hot to keep your home at a cool and comfortable temperature. The same is true for your furnace in the winter. Learn More About Your HVAC System If you ever have a question about your heating and or air conditioning, contact us! Likewise, we have a ton of helpful educational videos like this in our video library that address common concerns and questions. You can also call us today to schedule your HVAC maintenance, repairs, or
The HVAC needs of a commercial business can vary greatly depending on the industry, building, and more. It is essential to ensure the equipment is sized properly for guest and employee comfort and
Properly sized equipment- furnace, air conditioner, and ductwork- are essential to keep your home or business comfortable, keep your energy bills lower, and keep your equipment lasting longer.
Forquer Heating and Air Conditioning does more than residential and small business HVAC jobs. We also help a lot of the property owners, apartment managers, and landlords in the area with their HVAC needs.
HVAC is part of the construction industry. However, it’s important to understand how HVAC differs from other construction or home repair businesses.
There are so many different career paths for you to explore in the HVAC industry. Check out this week's blog to learn about some of
This summer, you might find that your air conditioner isn't keeping your home or business as cool as you would like. There are a few reasons as to why this could be, and if you have older equipment, its' probably a
Chimneys are an outdated form of heating technology which are quickly being replaced by more efficient sidewall
Armstrong offers a 10-year parts warranty to the original owner on all of their heating and cooling products! If you are in need of a new air conditioner or furnace this year, Forquer installs Armstrong equipment with this awesome warranty for residential
Continuous torque motors are much more efficient than the old PSC motors, and they help keep your home more comfortable!
The HVAC industry has come a long, long way in the last 100 years. We don't foresee those advancements stopping.