Home renovations can be an exciting experience for homeowners because it’s the first step towards creating the house of their dreams, but it can be a stressful time as well. Follow these steps to protect your home comfort systems during… Continue Reading Home Renovation? Protect Your Home Comfort System!
Red tagged furnace? Want to know why and what to do? First of all, furnace technicians are certified licensed gas technicians and therefore have to adhere to the Technical Standards and Safety Act. Part of that act requires technicians to… Continue Reading Always Get a Second Opinion on Your Red Tagged Furnace
Daylight Savings begins this Sunday, which means that at 2:00 a.m. the clocks spring forward and we “lose” an hour of sleep. This year, Delta Air Systems is proud to support the “Change Your Clocks, Change Your Batteries” campaign to… Continue Reading Daylight Savings Begins So “Change Your Clocks, Change Your Batteries”
An abnormally loud furnace can affect not only your comfort but your bank account too. An increase in the noise level of your furnace’s operation often means that there is some kind of inefficiency within the system. Continue Reading How to Make Your Furnace Run Quieter
While it is entirely possible that this could be a larger issue, especially if you have an older furnace, there is one thing you should definitely check before you call a service technician: Make sure your intake and exhaust pipes are clear of snow! Continue Reading Why Your Furnace Isn’t Working After It Snowed
It’s easy to forget about your heating and cooling systems until a problem arises and at that point it’ll cost you some money. So, we’ve created a list of New Year’s resolutions! Continue Reading 3 Heating and Cooling New Year’s Resolutions
A cracked heat exchanger is never quite as obvious as the crack in the vent pipe above, but a crack of any size should be of equal concern to the health of you and your family. Continue Reading What is a Cracked Heat Exchanger and How Does it Happen?
The temperatures have dipped and furnaces are firing up again . . . hopefully. Every year around this time our phones light up with folks calling about no heat or wondering what to do to before they turn up the setting on the… Continue Reading Top 10 Things to do for your Furnace this Fall
The heating season is well upon us now. Furnaces and fireplaces are firing up and houses are more or less sealed up for the winter. Hopefully you’ve had a chance to have your equipment serviced and inspected for proper combustion,… Continue Reading Check your Carbon Monoxide Detector