Dayco Systems Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Furnace Service’

Is Bigger Always Better for Furnaces?

Monday, October 3rd, 2022

If you’re shopping for a furnace right now, chances are that you’re not in too much of a rush, since we’ll still have our warmer and more humid weather for a while. But we have had customers who have rushed into a purchase like this, because they don’t necessarily understand the importance of getting the exact right furnace for their specific living space.

Unfortunately, rushing into a purchase like this can actually leave you with a furnace system that is too big for your home. That’s right, bigger isn’t always better, at least not when it comes to your home comfort systems.

The size of your furnace can actually have a big impact on its functionality as well as its efficiency. It is important that you work with qualified professionals to ensure that your home is getting matched up with the exact right furnace for your specific needs. Read on to learn why.

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Does a Gas Furnace Use Electricity?

Monday, November 8th, 2021

When you live in Georgia, you probably don’t give your heating services much thought. That is, unless something goes wrong with your furnace, or you suspect that you may be paying more than actually necessary for your heating services due to an inefficient furnace.

Efficiency is the name of the game when it comes to your furnace, and efficiency is exactly why many of our customers choose a gas-powered furnace over an electric-powered furnace. The former uses a more affordable fuel type, and that means that folks end up paying less over the lifetime of their system for its operation.

Before you assume that natural gas is the only thing your gas-powered furnace needs though, we’re here to let you in on a little secret… yes, your gas furnace does use electricity! Read on to learn how.

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The One Gas Furnace Problem You Don’t Want to Have

Monday, December 14th, 2020

Okay, let’s face it… there is no problem that you want to have with your furnace, right? No matter the issue, it’s inconvenient and many times even costly.

But there is one problem, in particular, that’s not only inconvenient and costly but could be potentially hazardous, too. What problem is that? A cracked heat exchanger!

If there’s any year we don’t need anything else threatening the safety of our households, it is 2020, right? You have enough to worry about—maintaining good health hygiene both in your home and outside, making sure you’re equipped with the right indoor air quality products to keep your family’s immune system up, and adapting your holiday plans to accommodate social distancing and restricted travel.

We get it, and we want to do whatever we can to help keep you safe, including making sure that you’re very knowledgeable about heat exchangers and why they shouldn’t be damaged. Read on!

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