Magnolia Plumbing, Heating & Cooling Blog : Archive for September, 2015

Why Your Heater Output Is Low

Monday, September 28th, 2015

Fall is officially here, and that means that the days are going to only get colder for the next few months. If you’re already using your heater and it’s not working as well as it should, now is the time to get it fixed. You don’t want it to break down on you in the middle of the coldest part of winter, do you? If your heating system’s output isn’t what it should be, read on to find out what might be causing it.

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How Zone Control Can Improve Your Forced Air Systems

Monday, September 21st, 2015

Central forced air systems have many advantages, which is why they’re the most popular heating system format in the country. However, they are not perfect. There are a number of disadvantages inherent in all centralized forced air systems. For one thing, they are incapable of modulating their output for different rooms of the house. This creates hot and cold spots in areas of the home that need more or less output than other areas. It also wastes energy on areas of the home that may not currently be in use. Reliance on just one thermostat is also a problem, as one thermostat can only measure the temperature in one area of the house. Fortunately, there is a way to solve these problems. Let’s take a look at how zone control can help your forced air systems.

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The Benefits of Fall Heating Maintenance

Monday, September 14th, 2015

Summer is coming to an end, and fall is fast approaching. That means it will soon be time to turn off your air conditioning systems for the year and rev up your heaters. Before that time arrives, though, it’s a good idea to schedule professional maintenance for your heating systems. Read on to discover the benefits of conducting heating maintenance during the fall season.

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How to Save Money on Your HVAC & Plumbing Systems

Monday, September 7th, 2015

The various systems that make up your home’s infrastructure are large investments. As a result, people are always looking for ways to cut costs on them without sacrificing reliability and quality. There are actually a number of ways to cut costs on your HVAC and plumbing systems, most of which you can use after installing them. Let’s take a look at some of those ways now.

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