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Category Archives: Furnaces

Top Home Heating Hacks for January and February!

It's already been a weird winter so far. Since winter officially began in late December, we’ve seen temperatures fluctuating quite a bit, often from one day to the next. We’ve experienced the unavoidable parts of winter here in Olathe: drops in temperatures, blowing snow, ice, and an unwelcome chill throughout the house. While everyone is…
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Here’s What You Should Do When The Furnace Stops Working

It's not exactly a nightmare scenario, but it’s no one’s favorite thing, either. Winter has arrived, the temperatures have plummeted, snow and ice have been falling, and just when you think you’re snuggled in for a cozy night at home, the furnace stops working! Like we said, this is no one’s favorite scenario, but these…
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Avoid These Common Mistakes at Home When Preparing for Winter Weather

You’ve probably already noticed, but temperatures recently dropped sharply, transforming what we’d normally expect on a typical autumn day into a sort of early winter with bone-chilling lows. We’ve already had a little snowfall in Olathe and the greater Kansas City area, and we’ve seen temperatures drop into the 20s. As everyone is bundling up…
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SEVEN Things You Can Do to Help Prevent Furnace Repairs

The furnace in your basement, like your water heater or sump pump, is one of those home appliances that you probably don’t give much thought to until the cool autumn weather settles in and the temperatures begin to drop both inside and outside the house. When that first cold snap hits, though, suddenly we’re all…
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