When the furnace starts showing signs of trouble, a common question arises: should it be repaired or replaced? This decision is critical as it can significantly impact your home’s comfort, energy consumption, and even your carbon footprint. In this blog, Countryside Plumbing and Heating, Inc. will explore the factors to consider to determine which solution makes more sense.
If you’ve noticed your furnace turning on and off more frequently than usual, it may be short-cycling. In this blog post, we discuss what furnace short-cycling is, some of its common causes, and what to do to fix it.
A short cycling furnace is one of the many problems homeowners can face during the winter months. This refers to the heating equipment turning off more quickly than it normally does, preventing it from obtaining the temperature set on your thermostat.Read more
A furnace, also known as a heater, is a piece of equipment that can heat up an entire room or building. The need for heating is most in demand during the frosty months of winter. It’s a good idea to start thinking about getting your furnace ready while you’re still enjoying the final days of summer as the fall season approaches. Here Countryside Plumbing & Heating shares five things to check before you get your furnace primed for cold weather.Read more
HVAC experts attest that routine maintenance is key to preserving the comfort of your home. From air conditioning units to electric heaters, a timely HVAC repair service can help optimize the benefits of your cooling and heating systems and prevent further problems with components. If you’re a new homeowner or simply an HVAC service first-timer, this brief guide will help you know what to expect during a professional visit.