A heater is an important part of your home. It is responsible for moderating the temperature in your home. There may come a time, however, when you may notice your heater blowing cold air. Here are five causes of this issue.
1. Thermostat Settings
Sometimes your heater blows cold air because your thermostat settings are incorrect. A lot of people forget they have switched their thermostat settings from auto to on. When you do this, the fan constantly runs and heating will not occur until the settings are returned to auto or the temp in your home drops below the setting on your thermostat.
Thursday, October 27, 2016
Tuesday, October 25, 2016
If your home doesn't have a smart thermostat, then you might be missing out on some amazing benefits your family deserves to enjoy. These devices are more popular than ever, and they give families unprecedented control over their homes. Here is a look at some of the benefits of upgrading your heating and cooling systems with a WiFi thermostat.
Monday, October 24, 2016
During wintertime, your heating system may seem like it is constantly cycling in order to keep your Grand Strand area home warm enough. If your utility bills are higher than usual or your furnace is turning on right after it just shut off, the system could have an efficiency problem. Consider these three ways a professional HVAC technician can help to improve the energy efficiency of your residential gas furnace.
Monday, October 17, 2016
There is no convenient time to have a heating system malfunction. However, you can prevent being left out in the cold by performing routine pre-season inspections and maintenance. A home inspection takes very little time, and keeping on top of issues before they're a problem will help keep you and your family warm and cozy throughout those long, cold winter nights.