Furnace Articles

What Are Signs I Need a New Furnace?

February 15, 2023
Image of someone working on a furnace. What Are Signs I Need a New Furnace?

A furnace is a major investment for any Puyallup homeowner. Although it’s not something that will need to be done frequently, most people will face the decision of needing to purchase a new heating system sometime during home ownership.

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Conventional HVAC or a Heat Pump: Which Is Better?

December 14, 2022
Conventional HVAC or a Heat Pump: Which Is Better?

We all take climate control for granted these days. In winter, we expect warmth from our heating system; in summer, we demand the cool comfort of air conditioning. Most Puyallup homeowners don’t give that a second thought—until the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system breaks down and replacement decisions need to be made. Today, the majority of homes either use a conventional air conditioner (AC) and furnace combination or a heat pump. Our team at Kliemann Brothers Heating & Air Conditioning is well-versed in the difference as well as the benefits of each type of system.

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What’s That Sound Coming From My Furnace?

February 28, 2022
Woman Hears Noise

It’s normal for your furnace to make some noise. However, louder noises might spell trouble for your heating unit’s components.

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Furnace Filters 101

December 23, 2021
Furnace Filters

Your furnace filter is the unsung hero of your furnace. There are some basics our team thinks you should know to help it do its job.

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6 Ways Your Furnace Keeps You Safe

November 30, 2021
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Your furnace has a number of mechanisms allowing it to run safely and effectively. Here are six ways your unit ensures your safety.

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Why Is the Furnace Pilot Light Going Out?

November 15, 2021
Furnace Pilot Light

If you ever turn your furnace on and cannot feel any warm air, chances are the pilot light went out. To help, here are several common causes.

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How Does My Gas Furnace Work?

October 29, 2021
Closeup of Furnace Ignitor

Our professionals encourage you to understand how your gas furnace works so you can spot any potential problems for your heating system.

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What’s the Difference Between My Furnace Fan Settings—ON and AUTO?

October 18, 2021

There are furnace-fan settings on your thermostat for ON and AUTO. Which option is the best choice for your home?

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Schedule Your Annual Furnace Inspection Now

September 17, 2021
Tech at Work

Prepping your HVAC system for winter not only enhances your safety and your furnace’s efficiency, it can keep your repair budget in line.

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Tips to Troubleshoot Your Thermostat

March 30, 2021
Man Fixing Thermostat

If your thermostat stops working in your home, it’s easy to think the worst. Here are some basic troubleshooting ideas to help.

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Is My Furnace Overheating?

February 26, 2021
Thermostat Overheating

We want to help keep our customers in the know about overheating furnaces. Our team compiled the following information to help you out.

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What Are Signs I Need a New Furnace?

February 12, 2021
Man with Furnace Part

Our team wants you to understand how your furnace works and the signs you can watch for to indicate a replacement.

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Why Won’t My Furnace Stop Running?

December 10, 2020
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Is your home’s furnace blowing air without pause? This is actually a common problem. Before calling, check these three things.

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What’s That Smell Coming From My Furnace?

November 30, 2020
Woman Plugging Her Nose

If your furnace is producing a strange smell, treat it with caution. Our team developed a list of five furnace smells and their meaning.

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Why Is My Furnace Leaking Water?

October 15, 2020
Leaking Water

Is your home’s furnace leaking water? Our team wants to share with you the possible causes of this leakage and what you can do about it.

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