Snow and Your HVAC Unit

February 17, 2021 | Furnace

This year in Indiana, we have seen more snow than we’ve seen in years! The beautiful, white landscape has been a welcome sight for most Hoosiers; however, it does come at a cost. Snow leads to hazardous road conditions, it can cause tree branches to fall, and it can even have a negative effect on your HVAC unit. Because not only will your furnace be working overtime to keep your house warm in these frigid temperatures, the snow could also be blocking your vents. Today, our team at Quality Plumbing and Heating Inc. is setting out to educate Indiana homeowners about the danger of snow to your HVAC unit.

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What Is a True Furnace Emergency?

January 21, 2021 | 24/7 Emergency Service

All furnace problems need to be fixed eventually. There is no such thing as a furnace problem that you can simply ignore forever. However, it is true that some furnace problems can be left until the next available business day while some require immediate attention. The professionals at Quality Plumbing and Heating Inc. are available to Kokomo residents at any time of the day or night to provide heating repairs and maintenance. Read on to learn which problems are true emergencies, and which furnace problems can be addressed at the soonest possible appointment slot.

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Protect Your Family from Carbon Monoxide Leaks

December 18, 2020 | Furnace

Carbon monoxide is known as the silent killer. As a completely odorless and colorless gas, it is impossible to detect it in your home without a carbon monoxide detector. If it is inhaled for a long enough, it displaces the oxygen in your blood and deprives the heart, brain, and other vital organs of oxygen. In fact, in large amounts, carbon monoxide can overcome a person in minutes and cause one to lose consciousness and suffocate. One very common way carbon monoxide enters your home is through malfunctioning gas furnaces, so today our team at Quality Plumbing & Heating Inc. are discussing the best ways to protect your family from the deadly gas.

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