Monthly Archives: September 2016

6 Troubleshooting Tips for a Furnace on the Fritz

Posted by Jeremy Tollie on September 28th, 2016

Winter is beginning to creep back into our lives again and, before it does, you should prepare yourself in case anything should go wrong with your furnace. The team at Jeremy Electrical, Heating & Cooling has put together the list below that covers some sneaky troubleshooting tricks that only the savviest of homeowners know. The … Continue reading 6 Troubleshooting Tips for a Furnace on the Fritz

A Guide to AFUE Ratings: 2 Critical Things to Look For in a High-Efficiency Furnace

Posted by Jeremy Tollie on September 26th, 2016

The average home furnace is often the greatest energy hog in the house. Luckily, recent technological advances have brought high-efficiency furnaces into the marketplace. These furnaces not only use less energy, but they are also better at heating up your home in the winter months while seeing drastic a reduction in the cost of your … Continue reading A Guide to AFUE Ratings: 2 Critical Things to Look For in a High-Efficiency Furnace

Warm House, Low Bills: How to Set Your Programmable Thermostat for Fall

Posted by Jeremy Tollie on September 22nd, 2016

When the weather begins to chill it can be awfully tempting to crank the heat up in your home and leave it there until spring begins to bloom. If you have a programmable furnace in your home then you’re in luck! Programmable thermostats allow homeowners the luxury of a warm, toasty home to come back … Continue reading Warm House, Low Bills: How to Set Your Programmable Thermostat for Fall

3 Simple Steps to Keep Your Furnace from Failing This Fall

Posted by Jeremy Tollie on September 22nd, 2016

Fall is here and that means it’s time to make sure your furnace is in tip-top shape and ready for the cold. Here are some tips about preparing your home’s furnace so that it runs smoothly all the way through the cold winter months.   1. Change Your Furnace Filter Now a dirty filter may … Continue reading 3 Simple Steps to Keep Your Furnace from Failing This Fall