GRmetro Heating and Cooling Inc Blog: Archive for December, 2022

“Will My Furnace Ever Freeze Up?”

Monday, December 19th, 2022
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That’s a very good question, and if the answer were a simple “yes” or “no” then we wouldn’t write a blog that centers around it.

Since the answer is a bit more complicated than just “no,” we’re going to go into detail about one often overlooked part of a furnace’s operation, and why you might always want to defer to an expert when investing in central heating repair in Kentwood, MI.

Furnaces need some amount of warmth to operate correctly, and your basement also requires a bit of warmth in order for it not to be a burden to your house. Finished or unfinished, basements are always going to be cooler than the upper stories of a home, but they shouldn’t be freezing cold or below that. A basement that’s that frigid, while a furnace operates down there, is usually a sign that something is wrong.

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The Power of an Indirect Water Heater

Monday, December 5th, 2022

Have you ever looked at your heating system and wondered if that same system could heat the water in your home? It makes sense, most heating systems from gas furnaces to electric heaters are extremely efficient at creating heat that can be used.

It almost seems redundant to use a separate heating apparatus to keep hot water in our homes for personal use. Luckily, you’re on the right track to figuring out what an indirect water heater does!

In this post, we’re going to go into detail about what an indirect water heater is, how it works, and some of the benefits that come from investing in this kind of water heater. Note that it’s not going to be perfect for every homeowner, and there are now tankless models that can make indirect water heating less popular than it used to be–but it’s still a viable option for people who want them. Without further ado, let’s talk about indirect water heaters in Grand Rapids, MI!

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