What Is Short Cycling?

What Is Short Cycling?

Furnace Short cycling is a term used in the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) world to explain a situation where a furnace or air conditioner turns on and off too frequently. The “short cycle” is the period of time that your HVAC equipment is actually...
Why Won’t My Furnace Stop Running?

Why Won’t My Furnace Stop Running?

Furnace Is your furnace blowing air without pause? If so, you’re probably feeling a bit concerned. First, your Albany house most likely feels like an oven. On top of that, your utility bill will be considerably higher with your furnace constantly running. Believe it...
Why Isn’t My Furnace Heating My Entire Home?

Why Isn’t My Furnace Heating My Entire Home?

Furnace If your furnace seems to be producing heating inconsistently around your Logan home to you, you’re not alone. Many homes have varied conditions from room to room causing spotty heating or cooling. On cold days, this can be a nuisance. For example, you may be...
What Are the Different Types of Furnaces?

What Are the Different Types of Furnaces?

Furnace If you happen to be in the market for a new furnace, you may be overwhelmed by the number of options available. Our professional team at Airclaws would like to make it a bit easier by providing some basics on the different types of furnaces on the market...
What’s That Sound Coming From My Furnace?

What’s That Sound Coming From My Furnace?

Furnace It’s normal for your furnace to make some noise. For instance, a dull hum is to be expected. However, louder noises might spell trouble for your heating unit’s components. Remember to turn off your furnace if it makes any alarming sounds and leave the repair...
Do I Really Need Fall HVAC Maintenance?

Do I Really Need Fall HVAC Maintenance?

As the saying goes, “Time and tide wait for no one.” Whether you’re prepared or not, the summer months and warmer weather are gone, moving aside for fall and cooler temps. That means here in Athens, you need to think about preparing your heating, ventilation, and air...

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