When was the last time you changed your furnace filter? If you can't remember, it's probably been too long. While it is a very easy thing to switch out, it is often overlooked by homeowners.
Why is it so important? Here are some of the benefits of regularly replacing your air filter:
It's time to buy a new furnace. Asking critical questions may be time consuming, but the rewards are well worth it. Save yourself time and hassle by asking the 'money saving' questions up front.
Here are 3 important questions you should ask
1. How long has your company been in business?
The team at Logan Services has been working hard to serve its customers since 1969. Now with more than forty years of experience, Logan Services has honed heating and air conditioning installation to a science. We combine our knowledge and superior customer service with the latest and...
There's still a lot of winter left! Is your furnace struggling to keep up? It may just be your lucky day, because we are holding our 5th annual furnace giveaway! One deserving family will be selected to win a new, efficient Trane furnace, compliments of Logan A/C & Heat Services!
Not sure if you need a new furnace? Certain warning signs indicate it's time to consider replacing heating and cooling equipment:
When it's time to replace that furnace, you are faced with many decisions, but there is one decision that will impact the longevity of your new comfort system more than anything else: who is going to install it?
It may be easy to think about that 'jack-of-all trades' handyman that is offering to install equipment for a fraction of the price, but it is important to consider the level of skill that is needed to install an electrically charged piece of equipment. Home improvement projects such as the installation of a furnace or A/C should be taken very seriously.
Are you currently using space heaters in multiple areas of your home? Space heaters can be a quick way to heat up a room. However, they can be as dangerous as they are convenient if used improperly. Homeowners need to be aware of the hazards and risks that come along with using this alternative heat.
Some of these risks include:
It’s easy to notice mold growing in the usual areas of your home, but you could be missing several signs of mold growth in your HVAC system. This stubborn fungus can start to grow in the air ducts, cooling coils and vents. If signs of mold aren’t visible, but you experience a mildew smell or funny odor, you may want to take action. Mold is a bothersome fungus that should be taken care of immediately.
Here are two reasons why mold grows in HVAC systems