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Is Your Furnace Ready For Winter?

At Furnace Doctors in Little Canada, we understand how important is to make sure your furnace is safe and functional for the coming cold season. With more than forty years of experience in the furnace industry, we are experts in the field. We’ve put together this guide to help you make sure your furnace is ready for winter.

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Preventative Maintenance Can Extend the Life of Your Furnace

During the winter months, your furnace is the most valuable piece of equipment in your home. It operates day and night to keep your home both warm and comfortable. Therefore, routine preventative maintenance is essential to ensure that your system operates to capacity when your family needs it the most.

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When Should You Change Your Humidifier Water Panel?

To optimize your comfort levels during the summertime, you should hire a Furnace Doctors technician to inspect and replace your humidifier water panel as needed.

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Let’s Talk Filters: Furnace Doctors Answers Your Questions

If you have an HVAC system in your home, then you’ve certainly changed a filter or two. While you may know changing your filter is essential, have you ever wondered why? Many people have questions concerning their HVAC systems and how to maintain them properly. One of the most important, yet easiest ways to ensure your system operates well is to maintain a clean filter. To help you understand more about the health of your HVAC system, Furnace Doctors is here to answer a few of the most common air filtration questions.

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4 Ways to Reduce Air Pollution in Your Home

If you live in the Twin Cities metro area, you know that pollution is always a factor. Car emissions, factories, and airborne chemicals can dirty the air in your home and make it difficult to breathe clearly. If you already have a health condition, pollution can make it worse. You don’t have to settle for dirty air, however, because there are viable solutions for purifying your home. Furnace Doctors offers air quality control services for homeowners in Little Canada and the Twin Cities area. Here are some ways we can help you reduce the air pollution.

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The Complete Furnace Maintenance Checklist

Cold weather seems to last forever in Minnesota. An extended cold season means that your furnace has to work harder this time of year to keep your family warm and comfortable. Therefore, heating system maintenance is an essential component of maintaining your equipment running smoothly until it finally warms up outside. Furnace Doctors offers a point-by-point comprehensive inspection of your furnace to make sure it’s running at optimum performance. Below is a summary of what we can do for your furnace.

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3 Air Cleaning Solutions for Your Home

In a city as large as Minneapolis, it may be necessary to combat pollution by purifying the air inside your home. At Furnace Doctors, we are committed to helping you achieve this by providing three air purifying solutions. Let’s take a closer look at these below.

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Benefits of Preventative Maintenance for Your Furnace

The furnace in your home is like all other components. It requires ongoing maintenance and care to ensure that it performs well year after year. Furnace Doctors specializes in ongoing preventative maintenance for furnace and HVAC systems for home and business owners in Little Canada, Minnesota. We’ve seen firsthand the benefits of caring for your furnace system. We provide a quick guide below that highlights all the reasons why you should hire a professional technician to inspect and maintain your furnace system.

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What Does Indoor Air Quality Testing Consist Of?

If you seem to be suffering from allergies or getting sick more often than normal, your doctor may suggest that you run an indoor air quality screening. This type of screening can be used to check for contaminants that are blowing around in your home. This may include items such as high levels of dust, dander, pollens, pollutants, or can be used to check if there are harmful mold spores, fungus or bacteria floating around in the air. When you are looking to have air quality testing done, you should let a professional with experience do it. They know how to collect samples of air in your home, test them and identify where the problem is. If you have never had indoor air quality testing done, you may wonder what it consists of. Here are the various steps that are done when indoor air quality testing is done.

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Signs Your HVAC Filters Need to be Replaced

The filter or filters in your HVAC system play an important role in keeping the HVAC unit clean and your home clean. As air is sucked into your unit to be heated or cooled, it passes through the filter. The filter catches and traps dirt, dust, and dander, only allowing the air to pass through. However, over time, all of this debris clogs the filter, and no more air can pass through, or the air that passes through is dirty because the filter can no longer hold any more debris. Because of this, it is important to look for signs that the HVAC filters need to be replaced so you can have a professional replace them promptly. Here are three of the signs that your HVAC filters need to be replaced.

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