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Do you need a Condensate Neutralizer?

Posted on March 3, 2015Rick Welter
A Neutra-Safe condensate neutralizer

Sourced from Emerson Swan.

You purchased a high efficiency furnace in order to use less fuel and reduce the size of your carbon footprint. You’ve always considered yourself to be environmentally responsible, but did you know that your high efficiency Trane furnace may be leaching acid into your sewage or septic system? Read on to learn how to minimize your risk of acid pollution.

What is condensate?

In Need of Emergency Furnace Repair?

A shivering old man in need of emergency furnace repairThey say that you never truly appreciate what you have until it’s gone. This saying definitely applies to your furnace – an appliance that you probably don’t think about until you notice that your house has gone cold. In Minneapolis, it’s necessary to have a functioning furnace in order to keep your home warm and safe. However, what if your furnace stops working when the temperatures are well below freezing? Don’t panic, just follow the steps below and call us for emergency furnace repair:

What is the Cost of Buying a New Furnace?

What is the Cost of Buying a New FurnaceWhether you have a dead furnace that you need to replace, or you’re just starting to think about purchasing a new furnace, it’s important to consider the new furnace cost. New furnace costs can be high, so having a price in mind will help you work this substantial investment into your budget. The average new furnace cost in Minneapolis is $7,700, with most homeowners in this area spending between $6,000 and $9,000. However, the type of furnace you select will have a big impact on the new furnace cost, so we’ve broken down costs by the type of furnace below.

How to Not Get Sick This Winter

A sick woman at working wondering how to not get sick againIt’s that time of year again. Flu season, that is! This season’s flu activity has reached epidemic thresholds, the CDC says, so it’s particularly important that you take pre-emptive action against the flu this year.

If you’re wondering how not to get sick, you can protect yourself from the colds, flus and other viruses that are circulating your office, school or daycare with these cold and flu prevention tips. Some of these tips are common sense, but others you may not have thought of before!

Invest in a whole-home humidifier

Heating Fuels Comparison: Which Fuel is Cheapest in your Area?

Heating Fuels Comparison: Which Fuel is Cheapest in your Area?If you are considering purchasing a new furnace, examining the local price of heating fuels may be the best thing that you can do for your pocketbook. Many people make the mistake of purchasing a furnace based on what’s popular, what they’re accustomed to, or what has the lowest up-front cost. However, the type of fuel that your furnace uses will have a huge impact on your utility bills.

Fuel prices vary by county, city, and the area in which you live. For instance, people living in rural areas may not have access to natural gas lines like city dwellers do. The efficiency rating of your furnace will also impact how much fuel it consumes.

Air Conditioning and Furnace Blog

Do you need a Condensate Neutralizer?

Posted on March 3, 2015Rick Welter
A Neutra-Safe condensate neutralizer

Sourced from Emerson Swan.

You purchased a high efficiency furnace in order to use less fuel and reduce the size of your carbon footprint. You’ve always considered yourself to be environmentally responsible, but did you know that your high efficiency Trane furnace may be leaching acid into your sewage or septic system? Read on to learn how to minimize your risk of acid pollution.

What is condensate?

In Need of Emergency Furnace Repair?

A shivering old man in need of emergency furnace repairThey say that you never truly appreciate what you have until it’s gone. This saying definitely applies to your furnace – an appliance that you probably don’t think about until you notice that your house has gone cold. In Minneapolis, it’s necessary to have a functioning furnace in order to keep your home warm and safe. However, what if your furnace stops working when the temperatures are well below freezing? Don’t panic, just follow the steps below and call us for emergency furnace repair:

What is the Cost of Buying a New Furnace?

What is the Cost of Buying a New FurnaceWhether you have a dead furnace that you need to replace, or you’re just starting to think about purchasing a new furnace, it’s important to consider the new furnace cost. New furnace costs can be high, so having a price in mind will help you work this substantial investment into your budget. The average new furnace cost in Minneapolis is $7,700, with most homeowners in this area spending between $6,000 and $9,000. However, the type of furnace you select will have a big impact on the new furnace cost, so we’ve broken down costs by the type of furnace below.

How to Not Get Sick This Winter

A sick woman at working wondering how to not get sick againIt’s that time of year again. Flu season, that is! This season’s flu activity has reached epidemic thresholds, the CDC says, so it’s particularly important that you take pre-emptive action against the flu this year.

If you’re wondering how not to get sick, you can protect yourself from the colds, flus and other viruses that are circulating your office, school or daycare with these cold and flu prevention tips. Some of these tips are common sense, but others you may not have thought of before!

Invest in a whole-home humidifier

Heating Fuels Comparison: Which Fuel is Cheapest in your Area?

Heating Fuels Comparison: Which Fuel is Cheapest in your Area?If you are considering purchasing a new furnace, examining the local price of heating fuels may be the best thing that you can do for your pocketbook. Many people make the mistake of purchasing a furnace based on what’s popular, what they’re accustomed to, or what has the lowest up-front cost. However, the type of fuel that your furnace uses will have a huge impact on your utility bills.

Fuel prices vary by county, city, and the area in which you live. For instance, people living in rural areas may not have access to natural gas lines like city dwellers do. The efficiency rating of your furnace will also impact how much fuel it consumes.


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