Schaible's Plumbing & Heating Inc. Blog: Posts Tagged ‘heating repair’

Yes, Your Ducts Might Be the Problem

Monday, January 23rd, 2023

Have you ever been confounded by a technical problem with a computer, or perhaps your car, and you finally realized that it was just one pesky component that seemed to malfunction on a whim?

Perhaps you had a loose plug in your computer, or your car was missing a wheel bearing and the whole thing was wonky.

Well, this is why HVAC work is so technically precise: there are many intricate components in your heating system that all have to work together in order for things to function correctly.

One of those components is your air duct system. This is the pathway that all of the air created from your heating or cooling system must travel, and if it’s in bad shape, then you’re not going to be too happy with your home comfort.

You could have the best heating system in Hunterdon County, NJ, but without having ducts in good shape, you’ll be lucky to feel a fraction of that heat when it finally reaches the room you’re in.

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Our Air Filter FAQ

Monday, December 12th, 2022

Your forced-air heating system has an air filter that requires your attention. Heating systems must cycle through a lot of air. That air can sometimes be inundated with dust, debris, and in the case of your furry friends, pet dander.

All of this material in your air can clog up the air filter and make it difficult for your heating system to run. You could see a decrease in your heating system’s efficiency, poor performance, and even a system breakdown if you’re not careful.

In this blog, we’re going to take some of the anxiety out of this topic and cover air filters from start to finish. If you’ve never replaced your air filter, forgot your heating system had one, or if you’re just concerned about the status of your system, then this blog is for you. If your heating system’s air filter is broken, or you need some help with something else, you can always call us for heating repair in Hunterdon County, NJ.

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