Brown's Heating & Cooling Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Black Forest’

5 Silent Signs That Your Furnace Needs Repair

Monday, January 15th, 2024

When your HVAC system encounters problems, it’ll often let you know by making some strange and unusual noises. But sometimes a furnace will run into trouble and not make a peep. That’s why it’s important to be aware of the silent signs of a furnace that is struggling. 

Although things like cold spots and decreased airflow can be much harder to detect than a loud banging noise coming from your furnace, by reading through this list you’ll become aware of things to be on the lookout for. Here are 5 silent signs that mean you need furnace repair.

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Here’s How to Tell If You Need to Replace Your Furnace!

Monday, February 28th, 2022

If you’ve come across this blog post during an internet search, then chances are that you’re in a bit of a rush to find a solution to your heater problems. Of course, rushing into a new furnace purchase isn’t a great idea, but what is a good idea is to find out if that’s even what you need.

We are here for all your furnace service needs, whether it’s repairs, replacement, or maintenance. But read on as we share below some of the warning signs that indicate you may be looking at a furnace upgrade for your suffering heating system.

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Heed These Signs of Heat Pump Disrepair

Monday, February 14th, 2022

When you live somewhere like the Black Forest area, it’s nice to know that you can enjoy the heating comfort provided by a heat pump that will keep up with your needs. Whether it’s the coldest of days or the middle of a heat wave, you know your heat pump will work hard–until it stops doing so.

Nobody likely waking up to a chilly house in the middle of winter, only to discover that their heater is supposed to be operating and isn’t. Maybe it’s making noise and some air is coming through the vents, but it’s not actually warm. This is a clear sign that something is amiss with your heat pump.

There are other signs, too, that can indicate a problem with your heat pump system. Read on as we uncover what they are, and then if you discover any of these signs, give us a call!

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