Residential Heating and Air Conditioning Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Excelsior’

What Is an HVAC Sequencer?

Monday, December 13th, 2021

Some of the most common questions we receive from homeowners are the ones that hone in on the more technical aspects of HVAC. We’ve covered a few in recent blogs if you’ve ever wondered what CFM means or what short cycling is. We’re proud to say that we have professionals who can answer these questions for you. If you ever need guidance we’re here to provide it. 

Today, we’d like to take a deep dive into HVAC sequencers. HVAC sequencers are small circuit units designed to stabilize circuits. They’re also able to turn switches on and off quickly in an electrical setting. Sequencers are necessary because they regulate appliances and keep devices from overheating and sometimes exploding. We’ll get into everything you need to know about these units below…

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What Is Short Cycling?

Monday, November 29th, 2021

If you’re experiencing short cycling, then the first thing that you probably notice is how frustrating it is. If you’re already wondering how this was caused, then you’re ahead of the curve. Most homeowners let short cycling go on for far too long in their homes. This process is something that’s terrible for your home’s efficiency and bad for your heater as well. Make sure that you get yourself proper care when you notice this. 

We’re available if you need heating reaper in Excelsior. Holding off on your heating care is one of the worst things you can do for your system. It only creates time for your problems to increase in severity. This is why we want to help you as soon as possible. Let’s talk about what might be going on with your heating system below…

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How Often Should a Furnace Cycle?

Monday, November 22nd, 2021

Inside a gas furnace. Focus = the top of the middle flange. 12MP camera.

If you start to run your furnace this winter and notice that your furnace cycling is a little off, then you’ve found the right blog. It’s interesting to think about because you’re probably not aware of how much you notice the patterns in your home. The rhythms of your homes are subtle, but you’re sure to notice when something has changed. If you’ve noticed that the cycling in your home has sped up or slowed down, then it’s time to consider furnace repair in Excelsior, MN

If all is well in your home, your furnace should cycle about 2 to 3 times an hour. The length of the cycles gets a little tricky. This is dependent upon how cold it is in your home and how warm you want it to be. You can allow some wiggle room with this, but the amount of cycles should stay fairly consistent. 

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