Furnaces Articles

How Do I Lower My Winter Heating Bill?

December 23, 2022
Winter hat on thermostat that reads "SAVE." Winter heating bill blog image; Old Coast Heating & Air Conditioning.

Old Coast Heating & Cooling wants to give you a few quick tips to help lower your winter heating bill. Some are free and incredibly simple with a little diligence.

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What Are Signs I Need a New Furnace

November 25, 2022
Image of someone working on a furnace. What Are Signs I Need a New Furnace.

Perhaps one of the biggest factors in deciding it’s time to replace your furnace is its age. The average life span of a furnace is 15 to 20 years.

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Video – Upgrade Your Furnace

February 25, 2022
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Upgrade your furnace for increased energy efficiency and heating cost reduction.

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When Should You Replace Your Furnace?

February 8, 2022
When Should You Replace Your Furnace?

Your furnace plays the key role in keeping you warm in your Savannah home, but even with routine maintenance, it does not last forever. When it comes time to make that investment, at Old Coast Heating & Air Conditioning, we can help you save money while helping to increase your Georgia home’s comfort level.

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Why Is My Furnace Leaking Water?

January 6, 2022
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You just discovered there is a puddle of water on the floor in front of your furnace. What does this mean? Why would your furnace be leaking water? 

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Schedule Your Annual Furnace Inspection Now

November 5, 2021
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Even if you have not thought about your furnace for months—it is easy to overlook if it is stationed in the basement or hidden in a closet—fall is the perfect time to make sure the most important seasonal equipment in your home is ready for action. 

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Is My Furnace Overheating?

January 28, 2021

We want to keep our customers in the know about overheating furnaces. Our team here at Old Coast Heating & Air Conditioning in Savannah compiled the following information for you.

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Why Isn’t My Furnace Heating My Entire Home?

December 11, 2020

If your furnace seems to be producing heat inconsistently around your Pooler home to you, you’re not alone. Many homes have varied conditions from room to room causing spotty heating or cooling.

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What Does AFUE Mean?

November 23, 2020
what does AFUE mean?

While an air conditioner’s efficiency is measured by its SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) rating, an electric or gas- or oil-fired furnace’s efficiency is measured by its AFUE, or average fuel utilization efficiency.

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Here’s Why DIY Furnace Repair Is a Bad Idea

February 11, 2020

Being handy when it comes to home repairs and improvements can save you a lot of money. But attempting to repair the furnace of your Hilton Head, South Carolina, home is generally a bad idea. Here’s why DIY furnace repair should be left up to the professionals. Fire Danger If you attempt your own furnace…

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How to Keep Your Finished Basement Warm?

February 20, 2019
A family of four sitting on the sofa smiling at the camera, How to Keep Your Finished Basement Warm? | Furnace, Hilton Head, SC

If you spend time in the basement of your Hilton Head, SC, home, keeping the space as comfortable as possible can be a little tricky in the winter. Here are a few ways you can keep your finished basement warm this winter and some tips to ensure you’re able to enjoy every area of your home.

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3 Autumn Energy Tips

October 23, 2018
Young woman with brown hair setting a programmable thermostat, 3 Autumn Energy Tips | HVAC, Furnace, Heat Pump, in Savannah, GA

It’s warm during the summer here in Savannah, Georgia, but staying comfortable in the cool fall weather without raising your utility bills is still a challenge. Here are some autumn energy tips to increase your HVAC system’s efficiency and keep your home from feeling chilly. Install a programmable thermostat, use ceiling fans, and maintain your…

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