SPS Mechanical Inc. Blog: Archive for January, 2016

Be Sure to Schedule Furnace Maintenance Annually

Monday, January 25th, 2016

Winter is by far the most stressful time for furnaces, as they are used on a daily basis. The increase in wear and tear on the system makes it far more likely for various problems to crop up. Many homeowners wait to call for repairs until they notice a specific problem with their furnace. However, just waiting around for problems to show up during winter is a great way to damage the system. If you want your furnace to stay in the best possible shape this winter, you should schedule furnace maintenance as soon as possible. Let’s take a look at the benefits of furnace maintenance.

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Signs That You Need a New Heat Pump

Monday, January 18th, 2016

Heat pumps can last a pretty long time, as long as you take proper care of them. They don’t last forever, though. After a couple of decades, your heat pump is going to get worn out to the point where it needs to be replaced. You’re going to want to be able to tell when your heat pump nears the end of its life, so that you can get a new one installed as soon as possible. Otherwise, the system might die on you when you need it most. Take a look at the following signs that you need to install a new heat pump in your home.

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Consider Installing a Geothermal System This Winter

Monday, January 11th, 2016

There are a myriad of different heating options available on the market. While many homeowners are content to install a system just like the one they had previously, you should consider the benefits of other options. Geothermal systems, for example, have many advantages that other heating systems do not possess. Read on for more information about geothermal systems, and how you can benefit from installing one in your home.

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How Often Should I Replace My Boiler?

Monday, January 4th, 2016

One of the more subtle advantages to using a boiler over other heating systems is its longevity. Boilers tend to last quite a bit longer than other heating systems, primarily because they have fewer moving parts. The fewer moving parts in a system, the fewer ways there are for problems to develop. Despite these longer lifespans, however, boilers still need to be replaced every once in a while. Read on for some of the common signs that your boiler is getting towards the end of its life.

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