Signature HVAC Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Heating System Replacement’

Putting in a New Heater? You Need Professionals to Size It

Monday, March 29th, 2021
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It’s no fun to have a heating system give out on you right at the end of the winter. But if you’ve made the choice to replace it now, that’s definitely for the best. Spring is an ideal time to make upgrades to your HVAC system, and it always pays to be proactive about replacing old heating equipment—even if you won’t need it for many months. 

However, if you’re thinking of trying to “go it alone” on the replacement because you think you’ll have the time to do it, well, we’re glad to be here to stop you. A new central heating system installation must be left to trained and licensed technicians. So much can go wrong if an amateur tries the job, starting with incorrectly sizing the unit. 

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Heating Upgrades for the Coming Spring

Monday, March 15th, 2021
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“Wait, I don’t need to upgrade my heating system for the spring.” You’re probably thinking we made a mistake in our title for this blog. But we’re serious. What better time to improve your heating system, what more convenient time, than during a period when you don’t have to rely on it? 

Spring is an ideal period for assessing what you need done for your heating system and then arranging for the necessary HVAC services in Downingtown, PA. Our technicians have less crowded schedules in spring, making it easier to schedule the work when it best suits you, and you’ll have your most immediate heating needs on your mind.

We’re going to look at some of the heating upgrades you might wish to have done during the spring. These are all services we provide, and we’re happy to help you with more information and other ideas to ensure you have the best heating possible for the coming years.

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Signs a Furnace Is Getting Too Old

Monday, February 1st, 2021
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Here is something you definitely don’t want to happen in mid-winter: your furnace suddenly fails on you. And not only fails, it dies. The sort of breakdown that the furnace can’t come back from. You’ll be stuck having to purchase a new one. 

No matter what you might imagine or what someone else may tell you, this shouldn’t be the way your current furnace ends. You shouldn’t run it until it collapses. That’s both wasteful and potentially unsafe. Instead, watch for the indications your furnace is getting too old to keep. Getting ahead of the problem and having a timely furnace replacement is the best way to move on with your home heating.

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Why Your Heater Is Leaving Cold Spots in the House

Monday, January 18th, 2021
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A central heating system is supposed to provide warmth throughout a home, reaching to all the rooms connected to the ductwork. Although not all rooms warm up the same way, the heater should at least provide a general even comfort level for everyone in the household.

So … why is your heating system not doing this? Why are you discovering rooms that are colder than they should be? 

Uneven heating like this is a common issue a house may encounter, and it often requires professional heating repair in West Chester, PA to correct it. Below are some reasons for these cold spots appearing in your house.

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Is Your Furnace Ready to Retire Before Winter?

Monday, November 9th, 2020
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If it is, now is the time to have it replaced. The winter weather will arrive soon, and you want to have a furnace in West Chester, PA that you can rely on throughout the whole season and for the many seasons to come. 

You probably have suspicions about your current furnace, and that’s why you’re at this blog post. You aren’t certain if you should have a new furnace installed or if maybe you can get a few more years out of the current one if you have it maintained and repaired. The best way to know for certain if it’s time for a new furnace is to call our HVAC technicians and let them look over the heating system and give you advice about the future. 

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