Would you take a cross-country trip in your car without getting an oil change? No? Then why would you go years without getting your furnace or AC checked? Jim Forquer of Forquer Heating Air conditioning tells us about the importance of yearly maintenance.
Single Stage Furnaces have been around for a long time, but with solid state electronics the two stage furnace allows homeowners to have a comfortable heating experience. Forquer Heating discusses the differences between the two stages of firing furnaces to help homeowners make the right decision for their home and climate.
If you are trying to fix or optimize the heating and cooling of your home, you may want to take a look at your windows and insulation. The number of windows and their quality affect the heat and energy loss in your home.
Purchasing the right size furnace to heat your Akron / Canton home comes down to the square footage of your home, windows, roof, and insulation. High Efficiency Furnaces use PVC piping to increase the heat your home retains.
Forquer Heating and Air Conditioning services the Akron / Canton area of Ohio. Today, we're going to discuss new furnace installations and why you want to size your furnace correctly for your house.
If it's time to replace your furnace, be sure to consult an expert. We design our furnaces especially for the winter conditions in Akron/Canton and surrounding areas.
When it comes to maintaining your home, people often forget about two unseen and often unheard appliances; your furnace and air conditioner. Besides it being important to maintain those pieces of equipment at least once a year, it is extremely important to change your filter at least once a month (depending on the type of filter or type of air cleaning equipment that is attached to your HVAC system). Most filter systems are located to the right or left of the furnace, attached to the return air trunk. The air in the return air trunk is pulled from various areas of the home down through the large trunk and passes through the filter just before entering back into the furnace. It is very important to know the type of filter you have in place in order to know how often it should be changed. On average, if you have a 1 thick filter, it should be changed once a month. It could need changed more if you have pets, or if there is something that creates more dust or dirt in the air. Keeping a