Category: Furnaces

What To Do If Your Furnace’s Pilot Light Goes Out

October 19, 2022

Pilot lights are commonly found on older model furnaces, and while they serve an important purpose, they also pose a safety hazard if they go out. Instructions on how to relight the pilot light are typically affixed to the appliance or in the original owner’s manual. Knowing what to do if your pilot light goes […]

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6 Spooky Things Lurking In Your HVAC System

October 11, 2017

As you prepare for another fun Halloween with your friends and family, you’re probably focused on finding a frightfully fun costume to wear and making festive treats with your kids. What you don’t often think about are the spooky things lurking in your HVAC system. Consider what could be hiding just out of sight behind […]

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What to Do Before Turning on Furnace This Fall

September 6, 2017

As the seasons change, you begin depending on your furnace for home comfort. Before you turn on the heater for the first time this fall, follow these steps to ensure everything is working properly and safely.

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Why Is My Furnace Filter Black?

December 15, 2016

Every component of your HVAC, including heating, ventilation, and air conditioning system in Southwest Ohio, is important to your home. But your furnace filter is where impurities and airborne allergens are filtered. The filter circulates clean, comfortable air. It’s normal for furnace filters to turn color over time, but if your furnace filter is black, […]

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When to Call for 24-Hour Heating Repair in Your Ohio Home

November 15, 2016

Sometimes, it’s obvious when you have a heating system emergency. Other times, you may be wondering if you need to call for 24 hour service, or wait for normal business hours. At Rick’s Heating & Cooling, we are here to serve your Ohio home at all hours and every day of the week, including holidays—but we […]

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