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How Can I Lower My Heating Bill This Winter?

December 15, 2023
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Are you anticipating a higher heating bill this winter? Here in Lafayette, temperatures can get pretty low. The only way to ensure you remain perfectly comfortable inside your IN home is by cranking up the heat.

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Is My Furnace Overheating?

December 6, 2023
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Just about any electrical appliance has the potential to overheat. Furnaces are no exception.

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Why Won’t My Furnace Stop Running?

November 8, 2023
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Is your furnace blowing air without pause? If so, you’re probably feeling a bit concerned. First, your Kokomo house most likely feels like an oven. On top of that, your utility bill will be considerably higher with your furnace constantly running. Believe it or not, this is a fairly common problem our professionals at Camflo Heating & Cooling see frequently, so you don’t need to worry.

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Schedule Your Annual Furnace Inspection Now

September 6, 2023
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What’s at the top of your fall to-do list? Make sure it is your furnace. 

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What to Do When Your Furnace Is Leaking Water

February 8, 2023
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If you notice a pool of water has formed around the furnace in your Indiana home, don’t be alarmed. In most cases, this is not a serious or expensive problem—it is a pretty common issue.

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6 Ways Your Furnace Keeps You Safe

January 25, 2023
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Your fuel-burning furnace has a number of mechanisms allowing it to run safely and effectively. These features prevent fires and protect your indoor air quality (IAQ).

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How Do I Know When I Need a New Furnace?

January 11, 2023
A HVAC tech uses a clipboard. How Do I Know When I Need a New Furnace?

Furnaces are not designed to last forever, so it’s helpful to know when you should be replacing it. But how exactly will you know when it’s time?

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What Are the Different Types of Furnaces?

October 13, 2022
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Furnaces are available in many shapes, sizes, and price points. The best choice will come down to your home’s size and heating needs. To find the perfect fit, schedule a preliminary visit with one of our Camflo Heating & Cooling specialists. They can audit your Indiana home to determine the size of furnace you need. From there, you can narrow it down until you’ve found the perfect heating unit for your home requirements and budget.

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What Does AFUE Mean?

February 7, 2022
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. This standard measurement is given in percentages, letting you know how much of your fuel is actually used to heat your Indiana home and how much fuel is wasted. 

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Why Is My Furnace Blowing Cold Air?

January 18, 2022
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Did you finally turn your furnace on this winter only to have cold air blowing out of your vents? Or did your furnace stop working just when you started to need it most? There are a few reasons your furnace may be blowing cold air, and there a few things to check before you need to worry too much. 

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