Furnace Articles

Why is My Furnace Blowing Cold Air?

December 28, 2018
Furnace Blowing cold air

Imagine in the middle of winter, coming home after a long day at work or school and settling down with your family after to do homework, or watch a movie and suddenly there is cold air blowing out of your vents! This could be prime time to panic, but don’t! Here are a few things…

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Carbon Valley Heating & Air Announces Winner of the Oldest Furnace Contest

February 13, 2018

Oldest Furnace Contest creates a cozy home in Colorado. Carbon Valley Heating and Air would like to extend a huge thank you to everyone who entered our oldest furnace contest! We had so much fun combing through the entries and were shocked at just how old some of these units were! This year’s winner is Kathy Simmons,…

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Sounds Your Furnace Shouldn’t Make

January 23, 2018

A furnace can be a noisy thing. Minor pops that emanate from the air ducts and the gentle hum of your furnace are definitely regular sounds. This will tell you that your heating system is working. Most homeowners have grown accustomed to these sounds. But if you hear some louder-than-normal noises coming from your furnace,…

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A New Furnace is a Good Investment for Your Home

January 9, 2018

Your family’s comfort during the frigid winter months greatly depends on your heating system. If it is suffering from frequent breakdowns or requiring costly repairs its probably time to consider replacing your old model. Here are 2 good reasons why a new furnace is a good investment for your home. Energy Efficiency Saves Money According…

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4 Possible Reasons Why Your Furnace is Overheating

January 2, 2018

If you notice a burning smell coming from the heating and cooling vents in your home, or if your furnace cycles off and will not turn back on again, that is a good indicator that your furnace is overheating. Today’s furnaces are equipped with a built-in safety feature that turns your furnace off before any…

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Signs Your Furnace Motor is Overheating

December 5, 2017

In most parts of the country, Winter comes with heavy snow fall and sub-zero temperatures. During this time of the year, people rely on their furnace to stay warm and comfortable. Often, they keep it running 24/7. The longer you use your furnace every day, the more strain you’re putting on the system. The last…

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