Ductwork Makes Banging Noise

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Banging and rattling noises coming from the HVAC ductwork can be alarming and annoying. This can be unnerving as well because you do not have any idea what is happening with your HVAC system. If you have issues with noises in your ductwork, find out what causes them and how to address them.

Heat Pump Is Icing Up In The Winter

heat pump icing up in winter

The outdoor unit of a heat pump will always be exposed to the elements. During winter, it is common to see bits of frost on the surface. This isn’t usually a cause for concern. However, a large volume of ice is a different story. Keep reading to explore more on this issue.

Furnace Will Not Turn On With Thermostat

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When people feel cold indoors, they rush to the thermostat for comfort. Pressing a few buttons should turn the furnace on and start a heating cycle. Soon, warm air should flood the home and provide relief. However, some might encounter problems such as a furnace that will not turn on with the thermostat.

Furnace Not Turning On Automatically

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It is never fun when the furnace fails in the middle of winter. Not only is this extremely uncomfortable, but also inconvenient. There are also safety concerns, especially in the peak of the season. If your furnace seems to be giving up on you, don’t despair. This article discusses how to troubleshoot your furnace.

Furnace Making A High-Pitched Noise

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A high-pitched noise coming from your furnace is not a normal occurrence. However, it is likely a warning about a problem with the unit. If this is a current problem with your system, you will need to address it right away. This post shares a closer look at what causes it.

Furnace Turns On But No Heat


When the outside temperatures plummet, you can turn on your furnace and the indoor air will heat up. This system is reliable and it usually works like a charm, but what happens when it doesn’t? What if you turn your furnace on and no warm air comes rushing out of your vents?