After a period of time, most homeowners become familiar with how their gas furnace normally functions and sounds. So it is a bit disconcerting when a homeowner notices that their formerly functioning furnace now takes two or three “tries” before it finally ignites and begins to actually heat their home. In this post, we will … Read moreWhy Won’t My Gas Furnace Start on the First Try?
Heat loss does not sound like a big deal in the middle of summer. However, when you are bundled up under a blanket with the heater running overtime in winter, it is more serious. The actual reality check comes when you open your utility bill. Is there a way to prevent home heat loss? A … Read moreHeating Repair and Duct Installation Specialists Can Minimize Home Heat Loss
The average homeowner is well conditioned to believe that once harsh weather starts, certain things need to be protected from the elements. You wouldn’t let your grill sit in the rain and the snow, the same goes for your lawn furniture. However, what about your air conditioner? Once summer ends and you are no longer … Read moreShould You Cover Your Air Conditioner?
When it comes to heating your home, a cracked heat exchanger is your worst nightmare. This potential break in your furnace doesn’t mean your home doesn’t heat, but if it happens, it can be deadly. When a heat exchanger is cracked, it doesn’t filter the potentially toxic gases that aren’t supposed to go in your … Read moreSigns of a Cracked Heat Exchanger
Are you looking for information about how a heat pump works? Typically, homeowners with a furnace or boiler will have a fairly good idea how they work. There are some systems that heat and force the air through the home. Others will heat water that is them moved along baseboards or rotators, giving off heat. But, … Read moreHow Does a Heat Pump Work?
Looking for ways to lower your heating expenses this winter? There are many ways to do so without having to spend the winter months shivering away. Here are five simple but efficient ways to warm up your home during the winter without using your heater. Install a Rug Installing a rug on your floor will … Read more5 Ways to Keep Your Home Warmer This Winter
Do you know where the air leaks in your home are? Many homes have air leaks that are letting in cold air during the winter, and many homeowners are oblivious to them. You can often identify air leaks and drafts on windy days with a candle. Here are five more ways to reduce drafts and … Read more5 More Ways to Eliminate Drafts and Save On Your HVAC Costs
Summer is traditionally the time for air conditioning repair service calls. However, more and more homeowners also notice that fall is an excellent time to install a chimney cap. Working with an HVAC professional who can customize a sheet metal fabrication for your chimney cap makes the most sense. Chimney Caps Keep Animals Out Birds … Read moreOur HVAC Experts Also Specialize in Custom Sheet Metal Fabrication
Ironically, a heat pump is actually just an air conditioner, but a certain kind. If you’re considering buying a new A/C system for your home, one of your options might be to upgrade your system to a heat pump. But, what is that? Does it pump heat out of thin air somehow? Surprisingly, the answer … Read moreWhat is a Heat Pump, Do You Need One?
When your air conditioning unit stops working, most of the time it’s because of a problem with one of the electrical components in the condenser. At Wayne Price Heating and Air Conditioning, we can get your electrical condenser parts repaired or replaced. Two parts inside your condenser fail more often than anything else in your … Read moreElectrical HVAC Problems? Call Us For Repairs