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9 Easy Ways To Keep Your House Warm Without Cranking The Heat

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As winter’s chill settles in, keeping your home warm and comfortable becomes a top priority. However, constantly cranking up the thermostat can lead to skyrocketing energy bills. If you find yourself Googling “how to keep house warm in winter” you’ve come to the right place! There are numerous ways to maintain a cozy atmosphere without … Read more

Furnace Troubleshooting Tips for the Savvy Homeowner

inside of gas furnace

Your furnace is a vital component of your home’s comfort and well-being, especially during the cold winter months. It’s responsible for keeping you and your loved ones warm and cozy. However, like any mechanical system, furnaces can encounter issues from time to time. Knowing what to do, when dealing with a faulty furnace can save … Read more

When to Repair or Replace Your Furnace

Home furnace in basement to be repaired or replaced

When the cold winter months arrive, a reliable furnace becomes an essential part of your home. It ensures that your living space remains warm and comfortable even in the harshest weather conditions. However, like all mechanical systems, furnaces are not immune to wear and tear. So, the question arises: should you repair your furnace or … Read more

Boiler vs. Furnace: What’s the Difference?

Home boiler system responsible for heating

When it comes to keeping your home warm and comfortable during the cold winter months, two common heating systems often come to mind: boilers and furnaces. Both of these heating systems are essential for maintaining a cozy indoor environment, but they operate in fundamentally different ways and have their own sets of advantages and disadvantages. … Read more

How To Stay Warm When Your Furnace Is Broken

It’s an unfortunate inevitability: Someday, your heater will break down eventually. When that happens, you may need to find some ways to stay warm when your furnace is broken. Now, maybe in some place that’s just a minor inconvenience. Not in Minnesota, though.  Suburbs such as Burnsville, New Brighton, and Medicine Lake can expect snow … Read more

Basics Of Furnace Maintenance: Guide For Beginners

Winter is just around the corner, and that means it’s time to start thinking about furnace maintenance. Your furnace is the unsung hero of your home, working tirelessly to keep you warm and cozy during the cold months. However, like any other mechanical system, it requires regular care and attention to ensure it runs efficiently … Read more

Is A Furnace Tune-Up Actually Worth It? (Yes It Is Is)

As the cold weather approaches, homeowners across the country start thinking about their heating systems. A well-maintained furnace is essential for a comfortable and energy-efficient home during the winter months. One common practice to keep your furnace in tip-top shape is a furnace tune-up. But the question remains, is a furnace tune-up worth it? In … Read more

How To Perform A Furnace Tune-Up (DIY Guide)

As the temperature drops and winter approaches, the last thing you want is for your furnace to break down on a bitterly cold night. To ensure your furnace operates efficiently and reliably throughout the heating season, performing a regular furnace tune-up is essential. But is a DIY furnace tune up as effective as a professional … Read more

How To Heat The Room Over The Garage

It’s often difficult to properly heat a room over a garage. Whether it’s a regular room with HVAC already in it or a previously unused room atop the space, there are often challenges to getting the climate control right. There are quite a few options on how to treat a room such as this properly. … Read more

Planning for the Worst: What to Do When Your Furnace Breaks Down

This is the nightmare that no Minnesotan wants to deal with: a furnace that abruptly stops working in the middle of the winter. We don’t have “mild” winter days! Any winter day is cold enough that heating systems need to be up and running. And when a heater fails, it’s a big emergency! We’re here … Read more