Your fuel-burning furnace has a number of mechanisms allowing it to run safely and effectively. These features prevent fires and protect your indoor air quality (IAQ). They also work to prevent internal errors from damaging large portions of your furnace.Continue Reading
The holidays are around the corner here in Wisconsin. You may be shopping for gifts, hosting family, or taking a much-needed vacation somewhere warmer.
Whatever plans you have—remember to change the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) filter according to the manufacturer’s guidelines. It boosts indoor air quality (IAQ), prolongs equipment lifespan, and will help you avoid an emergency repair this winter for your gas furnace or heat pump.Continue Reading
If you’ve had your furnace for 15 years or longer, ask our Midwest Heating and Cooling specialist to assess its condition. You’ll be pleased to know that furnaces have gotten much more efficient in recent years.Continue Reading
Carbon monoxide is a poisonous, odorless, tasteless gas. It is formed by the incomplete combustion of carbon, or the incomplete burning of natural gas and other things that contain carbon. It can often be mixed with other gasses with odors. Carbon monoxide can result from the burning of any of these, gasoline, kerosene, oil, propane, coal, wood and other things. It is also a byproduct of an internal combustion engine.Continue Reading