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How To Install An Air Filter In a Furnace

Installing a new furnace filter is an easy way to maintain your system’s efficiency. Not only can a new filter purify the indoor air, but it can also keep dirt from degrading your furnace. At Beyer Air Conditioning and Heating in San Antonio, we think our customers should know how to perform simple HVAC maintenance…

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How To Light a Pilot Light on a Furnace

The pilot light is a small flame fueled by a tiny supply line and acts as an always-on lighter for the burners in your gas furnace. If it goes out, the burners won’t burn, and you won’t have heat throughout your home. While re-lighting a pilot light isn’t a complex process, it’s a process that…

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Things to Consider Before Purchasing a New Furnace

Things to Consider Before Purchasing a New Furnace

Have you been mulling over the decision about whether it’s time to purchase a new furnace now that winter has arrived? Every homeowner will need to replace their heating equipment at some point, so let’s take a look at a few new-furnace considerations. Size of the System It is imperative that you select the right…

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Homeowner’s Guide: Radiant Heat vs. Furnace

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A radiant heating system can be a great way to keep your house warm in winter without using a lot of energy. But how does it stack up against a regular, forced air furnace? Let’s take a look at both options, and examine the pros and cons of radiant heat vs furnace. Radiant Heat To…

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A History of Furnaces

A History of Furnaces

When the weather gets cold, your furnace is an invaluable tool. But how did it come to be? Who’s responsible for the appliance that keeps you warm and comfortable all winter? To answer that question, let’s examine the history of furnaces. The Early Years Since the dawn of time, there have been systems to heat…

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What are the Parts of Your Furnace?

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The furnace in your San Antonio home doesn’t have a lot of moving parts, but it’s a complex machine nonetheless. Understanding how your furnace works can help you troubleshoot problems as well as communicate more effectively with a technician in the event something goes wrong. The Thermostat When the temperature in your home dips below…

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What That Smell Coming From the Furnace Could Mean

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Even in San Antonio’s mild winters, a reliable furnace is a necessity for comfort. So when you notice a strange furnace smell, it’s understandably worrying. While some funny smells from the furnace are easy to get rid of, others signal serious trouble. Temporary Odor Issues When you first turn your furnace on in the winter,…

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