What Is The Difference Between A Boiler And A Furnace?

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When discussing heating systems for residential and commercial applications, some homeowners confuse boilers with furnaces. Although both systems are used as a heating source, this is where their similarity ends. This article sorts out any confusion between the two types of HVAC systems, including some pros and cons of each.

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Variable-Speed Furnaces Can Improve Home Efficiency

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The modern furnace is equipped with numerous technological innovations that focus on delivering optimum indoor comfort and unmatched energy efficiency. Therefore, when facing a furnace replacement, a multi-speed furnace should be one of your top choices. This article discusses variable-speed furnaces and how they work to enhance your home’s efficiency.

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How Your Heating Oil System Works

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Home oil-fired heaters have always mystified many homeowners. While they understand the need to store it in their tank, they may not know how the system operates. This article discusses how an oil heating system works. We share some common heating oil myths, as well as some important aspects on proper oil heating system maintenance.

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Why Is My Furnace Leaking on the Floor?

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All machinery succumbs to wear and tear and breaks down at some point or another. One of these unwanted surprises is when a furnace leaks water. It can be due to several causes, some being major and some minor. No matter the cause, this furnace problem must be dealt with immediately.

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Airtemp Ductless Install Project For A Lehighton Pennsylvania Home

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The Marsh family wanted to sell their home this summer. They had wood pellet stoves and window air conditioning units for heating and cooling. This setup isn’t necessarily efficient or very appealing to potential homebuyers. They called R. F. Ohl and asked for our help to fix this unappealing situation.

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