Cincinnati Heating & Cooling Insights :: Archive » February 2014

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Troubleshooting Furnace Ignition Problems in your Cincinnati Home

by Greg Leisgang on February 27, 2014

One of the most common calls an HVAC professional receives is that the furnace won’t ignite. If this is the case in your Cincinnati home, use this guide to see if you can identify the issue at hand and, try to get your heating online again so you may save a service call.… read more »

Furnace Blowing Cold Air? There's No Need to Panic

by Greg Leisgang on February 26, 2014

When your furnace blows cold air, it may be normal, or it could signal that you need the services of a HVAC professional to get to the root of the problem. However, you may be able to solve the problem yourself by checking these things first:… read more »

How Does a Forced Air Furnace Work to Heat Your Cincinnati Home?

by Greg Leisgang on February 25, 2014

It's very likely that the heating system in your home is a forced-air furnace, and for good reason. These systems offer efficient heating, are easy to install and maintain, and in some cases, offer versatility.… read more »

It's Never Too Late for a Furnace Inspection

by Greg Leisgang on February 24, 2014

It's never too late to schedule your furnace inspection, and enjoy reduced utility bills, lowered repair bills and improved whole-home comfort and indoor air quality.… read more »

Want to Optimize Furnace AFUE? Improve the Efficiency of Your Cincinnati Home

by Greg Leisgang on February 21, 2014

Your furnace's AFUE is not set in stone. It is representative of the Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency your furnace or boiler can achieve, assuming the conditions are right and that your HVAC equipment is inspected and maintained on a regular basis.… read more »

Heating Your Cincinnati Home Can Be Tough If Your Ducts Aren't Properly Sealed

by Greg Leisgang on February 20, 2014

Like many across America, homeowners in Cincinnati are always looking for ways to improve their home's heating efficiency and lower monthly bills. A vital component to making this happen is ensuring air ducts are properly sealed and in top working condition at all times. Here are a few ways to get the most out of your Cincinnati home's heating system this winter.… read more »

Considering a Boiler for Your Cincinnati Home?

by Greg Leisgang on February 19, 2014

Boilers offer quiet, efficient heating, perfect for the cold winters in Cincinnati. Homes heated with boilers push hot water through radiators, in-floor radiant tubing, or baseboard units to heat every room in your home. It distributes heat evenly without the noise or drafts caused by forced air systems.… read more »

How Long Will Your Furnace Last?

by Greg Leisgang on February 18, 2014

A furnace is like any other piece of mechanical equipment; its average lifespan is dependent on a variety of factors, including maintenance, environment, and operating conditions. On average, a high-quality, well-maintained furnace will last about 25 years.… read more »

Taking a Vacation? Don't Forget to Secure Your Cincinnati Home and HVAC System Before You Go

by Greg Leisgang on February 17, 2014

Going on vacation can be an exciting ordeal, whether it's a weekend getaway for you and your special someone or a family vacation with your spouse and kids. But no matter how excited you are, it's important that you take certain precautions so that your HVAC system isn't working too hard.… read more »

Heating and Cooling Issues With Your Geothermal Heat Pump? Common Concerns in Cincinnati

by Greg Leisgang on February 14, 2014

Geothermal heat pumps are popular systems for heating and cooling Cincinnati homes. Now's a good time to check your geothermal system for potential problems.… read more »

When Shopping for an HVAC Upgrade for Your Cincinnati Home, Go With Energy Star

by Greg Leisgang on February 13, 2014

Cincinnati is no stranger to temperature extremes, which means energy-efficient heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) equipment is an especially good investment in our region. A good way to find such equipment is by looking for models that have been certified by the Energy Star program.… read more »

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