3 Common Furnace Issues

December 1, 2022 | Air Duct Cleaning

As temperatures drop, we look to our trusty furnaces to keep us warm. When our heating system fails to do the job, it can be incredibly frustrating. That is why it’s helpful to be aware of these three common furnace issues to help diagnose any problems. Continue reading to learn more from the team at Allied Services, Inc.

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3 Tips to Lower Your Heating Bill this Winter

November 15, 2022 | Heating

Winter is coming. That means lower temperatures and higher energy bills. Your furnace will already be working to keep your home comfortable. So what steps can you take to help your furnace and save yourself some money? Here are three tips from the team at Allied Services, Inc.

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Furnace Safety Tips for Kids

November 1, 2022 | Dayton

Furnace safety is always an important issue to address in your home, but it becomes even more important when you have young children in the house. We all know that kids can get into absolutely anything when you’re not looking, so it is helpful to consider any and all safety hazards before they do. At Allied Services, Inc., we care about the safety of our customers both big and small, so today we’re discussing furnace safety for kids.

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When Should You Turn on the Furnace?

October 15, 2022 | Dayton

Summer always seems to come to an abrupt end in Ohio, leaving homeowners wondering when they should turn on their furnace system. The real answer is that it depends. The World Health Organization recommends not letting the home drop below 64.4 degrees on average or 69.8 degrees if kids or someone elderly live in the home. Of course, personal preference plays a factor, and you may like keeping your home a little warmer than your neighbor. When you are ready to turn on the furnace, use these tips from Allied Service, Inc. to ensure everything is in working order.

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3 Common HVAC Mistakes That Lead to Increased Energy Costs

October 1, 2022 | Beavercreek

The temperature of your home is one of the main factors that determine your comfort level. That is why your HVAC system is so important. Many people think there are little tricks that can help keep the home at a certain temp. Upon further inspection, those “tricks” are actually costing them money. When heating and cooling your home, it’s best to let the system do what it was designed to do. Here are three common mistakes to avoid from the team at Allied Services, Inc.

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