Why is my furnace filter wet?
With all the back to school supplies hitting the shelves we are starting to prepare for fall and the winter months ahead. The last thing you need to worry about as your juggling your new schedule and after school activities is your heating system failing when you need it the most.
Alex B, on Aug 20, 2019 8:00:00 AM
At F.H. Furr, when we perform annual electrical inspections for our customers, we recommend installing an electrical monitor that can keep their home safe year round. It's a small product that is simple to use, takes up virtually no space in the home, and monitors your electrical system for potential fire hazards.
Unfortunately, power outages are occurring more often than ever before in Northern Virginia and Maryland area. The longer the lights are out the more harm it does. What an inconvenience. Now you have to figure out how to store your food, keep cell phones charged, and kids calm while sitting in the dark. Luckily there is an answer, back up generators. Homeowners are turning to back up generators to keep their home safe and comfortable during prolonged periods without power.
Here's 4 dishwasher facts that may make you see your appliance in a different light.
MYTH 1: There’s no need to change your HVAC system’s filters regularly.
Alex B, on Aug 1, 2019 8:00:00 AM
For homeowners whose HVAC systems have recently bit the dust, the thought of installing a central air conditioning system can seem overwhelming, expensive, and time-consuming. You might think that utilizing a window unit is cheaper, easier to install, and doesn't require a service technician, and you’d be right if you only need one window unit. However, if you need 2 or 3 window units to cool an entire house, they quickly surpass the energy consumption costs that a whole home HVAC unit would use.