You should only use "Emergency Heat" when your heat pump isn’t working properly. To know why, you need to understand what the Emergency Heat setting does. And to do that, you need to know how a heat pump works—especially in freezing weather.
It’s a tough call. Do you give your current furnace a few more years or do you give it the Old Yeller treatment and upgrade to a new one?
Is your furnace running but the air that’s blowing out of your vents seems cold? There are a couple things you can do to troubleshoot the problem before calling a heating repair company.
As cooler temperature make their way to the Twin Cities, families are beginning to fire up their furnaces. And the last thing you want is a broken down furnace, right?
Your furnace is your companion that keeps you cozy through the frigid Minneapolis winters. So it’s crucial you find the one that will keep you comfy while not costing you an arm and a leg to use.
Heating and cooling your home makes up almost 50% of your yearly energy bills. So if you are looking for ways to cut energy use, that’s the best place to start. So what’s the easiest way to cut energy use?
Got an older home? If you’re looking for options to cool your whole home you have 2 main options.
Wondering if it’s time to say goodbye to your central air conditioner? Maybe the air conditioner needs repairing and you’re wondering if it’s worth it. Or maybe you’re just cautious and are planning ahead.