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Dangerous Furnace Smells You Should Never Ignore

Monday, October 2 2017 2:31 PM
Categorized In Heating


Smells like rotten eggs, burning electrical, or chemicals coming from your furnace should never be ignored, because they could be signs of a serious or even dangerous problem. While it’s normal to notice a dusty burning smell the first time a furnace runs in the winter, if the odor continues, it should also be checked out by a professional. ... Read Article


Fall Heating Tips

Tuesday, October 18 2016 2:45 PM
Categorized In Heating


As the Kansas weather rapidly turns from scorching sunny days to frigid and unpredictable, it’s only a matter of time before we start turning on our heaters. During early fall, when it’s just comfortable enough to turn off the air conditioner and leave the windows open, is the perfect opportunity to prepare your heating and cooling syst... Read Article


Four Money Saving Tips for Winter

Wednesday, January 27 2016 9:29 AM
Categorized In Heating


Are you hesitating when looking at your energy bills this winter? Is the cost of heating your home getting out of hand? We’ve all heard the standard tips for saving money on energy costs in cold weather, but here are five tips you may have overlooked. Insulate Your Home Every year homeowners lose money while heat escapes from their homes th... Read Article


No Pilot Light in My Furnace?

Monday, December 21 2015 10:47 AM
Categorized In Heating


If you’ve had a new furnace installed recently, you may be wondering “where is the pilot light?” when you’re looking at it for the first time. We’re so used to seeing pilot lights in our furnaces that it’s strange to think of beginning a winter season without lighting it. Electronic Pilot Lights But new furnace... Read Article


How Often Should You Replace Your Furnace Filters?

Monday, August 31 2015 3:10 PM
Categorized In Heating


Changing your furnace filter regularly ensures the air in your home will remain clear of dust and other contaminates. If you don’t change your filter, it will be fill up and not be able to trap new particles from circulating through your home causing you and your family to breathe them in on a daily basis. Additionally, a full furnace filter ... Read Article


Heating Repair

Wednesday, December 31 2014 1:40 PM
Categorized In Heating


There are not a lot of situations more miserable than having a broken furnace on a cold winter night. You body continually shivers and shakes as you struggle to find enough blankets to keep warm throughout the night. And your whole family has to deal with the same situation. However, it doesn’t have to be this way. Here at Reddi industries... Read Article