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What Does NATE Certification Mean? - You may have seen this designation when researching HVAC providers in your area. NATE certification is a very important designation to have, as it means the technicians are qualified to perform all HVAC repairs and installations in a home or business. NATE stands for North American Technician Excellence, the leading non-profit certification program for technicians in the heating, ventilation, air-conditioning and refrigeration (HVACR) industry. Thornton ...
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Tips for Keeping Your Ducts Clean - Your home’s duct system can get quite dirty and dusty over time. When that dust and dirt builds up, it can affect the air quality in the home, which can irritate allergy and asthma conditions. Did you know that indoor air can be up to 70 times more polluted than outdoor air? That’s why you need duct cleaning professionals like those at Thornton Heating Services to provide thorough, whole-house duct cleaning for your peace of mind. Change Furnace Filters T...
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3 Ways to Know it’s Time for a Furnace Replacement - From strange noises to sub-par heat output, there are many red flags that can signal your furnace is at death’s door. No one wants to think about having to replace their furnace, especially when it decides to die in the middle of winter. However, the reality is, the average furnace lasts between 15 and 20 years, according to This Old House. Perhaps you’ve gotten lucky and were rewarded with two full decades of service from your furnace be...
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Avoiding an Emergency in Winter: Keep Your Furnace Going Strong
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3 Reasons Why You Need a Smart Thermostat - Everything is so smart these days — phones, TVs, security systems, you name it — It’s no wonder smart thermostats have emerged onto the scene to offer home and business owners a way to save on energy costs as well eliminate hassle and time. While you can install a basic programmable thermostat yourself in under an hour if you’re a savvy DIY’er, it’s best to enlist the help of a pro for this job to ensure it’s done correctly. Why Choose Innovation?...
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Why Indoor Air Quality Matters - Keeping your ducts and HVAC vents free from debris not only keeps your family more comfortable but it increases your health and safety as well. Changing the filters in your AC and heating units, having the ductwork cleaned up regularly and ensuring efficient performance can all result in higher indoor air quality so everyone can breathe easy. Let’s take a look at some ways in which indoor air quality matters. Allergens Promoting cleaner airflow can reduce th...
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How to Keep your HVAC Project on Schedule -   Keeping scheduling conflicts and headaches to a minimum is possible when you learn how to effectively keep your HVAC project on track. Perhaps you’re converting your home to central AC, installing a heat pump, or having new duct work installed. Whatever the case, the project should follow a tight schedule; if not, your project could end up taking much longer than you anticipated. Make sure you have a schedule spelled out within your contract so ...
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Boilers, Furnaces and Heat Pumps: How are They Different? - People tend to use the terms boilers, furnaces and heat pumps interchangeably. Yes, they all supply warm air to a home or business; however, they do differ slightly in their approach and makeups. Let’s take a look at the differences between boilers, furnaces and heat pumps: Boilers True to their name, boilers boil water in order to generate heat. Once the water is hot, it flows to the radiators and baseboard heaters throughout your...
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Is Duct Cleaning Really Necessary? - Now that winter’s on its way, it’s time to think about your heating system. When you first turn on your furnace for the season, you want to make sure it won’t blow harmful dust particles into the air your breathe via the ducts. That’s why routine duct cleaning is recommended for any home. The best time to do this is in the fall right before winter, so you can get peace of mind when using heat to stay warm. Let’s take a look at why it’s necessary to have ...
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Why is Regular Maintenance Crucial for Your Furnace? - When it comes to your furnace, you can’t be too careful. With regular upkeep and maintenance, you can make sure your furnace stays in optimal working condition to give you long-lasting service through the colder months. Starting now will ensure your furnace is ready to go when you need it. 1. Avoid Unnecessary Repairs You may think you can just wait till your furnace gives you a problem before fixing it, and you could, but you’d be taki...
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