Skylake Heating and Air Blog: Archive for December, 2016

Why Is Low Air Flow an Issue in My Furnace?

Tuesday, December 27th, 2016

Winters in Salt Lake City, UT mean regular use of your home furnace, in order to hold off the chill in the air and make sure things stay¬†comfortable. But that also means that you need to watch for any signs that the furnace isn’t functioning the way it should. The sooner you notice that trouble is brewing, the faster you can summon an expert to get the problem fixed.

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Why Does Size Matter When Choosing a New Heater?

Monday, December 19th, 2016

Winter officially arrives this week, but most homeowners in Orem, UT have been running their heaters for weeks now. If you need a new one at this stage, you’re likely engaged in quite a scramble to get it into place before the next cold front hits. But in your effort, take care to ensure that your new heater is sized properly to match your home.

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Now Is The Time for Furnace Maintenance and Repair

Monday, December 12th, 2016

Winter is arriving quickly here in Park City, UT, and the weather is already cold enough to merit the daily use of your heating system. That makes now an ideal time to schedule a maintenance session for your heating system, if you haven’t done so already, and to schedule repairs if an issue has cropped up. In both cases, it will improve the performance of your heating system before winter arrives in earnest, and prevent a possible breakdown later in the year just when you need warm, comfortable air the most. What’s entailed in both operations? Let’s take a look.

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Install Carbon Monoxide Detectors Today

Monday, December 5th, 2016

Carbon monoxide is a surprisingly¬†common and insidious threat to your household’s safety. It’s an odorless and tasteless gas that can prove poisonous to members of your Sandy, UT household if it’s introduced into your home. A carbon monoxide detector can be used to help safeguard you and your family in the event a carbon monoxide leak occurs.

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