How Is an Air Handler Different From a Furnace?

When you start talking with people about your heating and air conditioning system, there are often a lot of confusing terms. Among these is the term “air handler.” What is this and, more importantly, do you need one? To understand this question and the answer, it is helpful to know the basics of how your…

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Should My Furnace Fan Continuously Run

As the days get colder, you may notice that your furnace is running a lot more often. Many people in this situation wonder whether they should leave the fan on all the time or only have it run when the furnace itself is in operation. This guide will explain how furnace fans work, so you…

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How to Cut Heating Costs This Winter

The winter months feature cooler temperatures and less sunlight. Therefore, it may be harder to keep your home warm without running the furnace throughout the day and night. However, there are ways to keep your heating costs in check during the chilly season. Have Your Furnace Inspected The folks at All Hours Air can help…

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What Do Furnace Energy Efficiency Ratings Mean?

Furnace efficiency ratings are a great metric to use during the shopping process. It is a great tool to use when comparing the various options and models available. With the right information, a wise purchase can be made that will save you money in the long run and be better for the environment. A higher…

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Why Is My Furnace Blowing Cold Air?

Is your furnace blowing cold air, or maybe it is having problems keeping your house warm. People are more likely to notice issues with their furnace as temperatures begin to drop and we transition from air conditioning to heating. It might be running just fine when you suddenly realize that the air is not warm….

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