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How your Furnace and Air Conditioner work together to keep you Comfortable?

How your Furnace and Air Conditioner work together to keep you Comfortable?

Furnaces are used to generate heat and spread it throughout your home.

A furnace is connected to a duct system that will distribute heated air to the various rooms of your home, which is crucial during the colder months of the year. The heating process begins when the thermostat senses the temperature in your house dropping a little below its set point. The thermostat then sends a signal to the furnace to initiate the sequence of operation needed to bring on the heat source. Heat can be produced by means of energy from multiple sources, such as electric heat, natural gas, propane gas or fuel oil. Electric furnaces heat up like large toasters, while oil and gas furnaces employ the use of electrically signaled control valves to produce flames.

Once the furnace heats up for a short time the furnace blower kicks in to circulate heated air throughout the rooms of your home. When the thermostat is satisfied that the temperature it senses has slightly exceeded its set point it cuts off the signal to your furnace and the heating cycle comes to an end shutting off the burners or electric elements, leaving only the furnace blower fan running for a little longer to push any heat remaining in the duct system.

During the summer when the temperature in your home rises above the air conditioning set point it sends a signal bringing on both the air conditioner and the furnace blower. The outdoor AC unit houses a compressor which pumps refrigerant to an evaporator coil located inside near the furnace. Proper functioning of your central air conditioner depends upon the correct indoor air flow provided by the furnace, and correct air flow through the AC condenser coil in order to keep the compressor running properly.

To ensure that your furnace is running optimally, regular annual maintenance is recommended in order to minimize the chance that your system will break down during a heat wave in the summer, or during a winter cold spell. Sometimes it is difficult to diagnose the reasons why your furnace or air conditioner is not working. The best way to figure out the problem is by first looking over the entire system for any obvious installation related issues. After all, you can buy the best equipment but if it’s not installed correctly the result can be unreliable or inefficient operation. Proper setup, known as commissioning, is very important in a complete and thorough installation so that your furnace and air conditioner are operating as they were designed to.

During the summer months, your furnace fan and electronic controls are used almost as much as they are in the winter. If the furnace blower motor stops working this can result in the air conditioning coil freezing up which can damage your furnace. Most of today’s gas furnaces contain electronic controls and do not like to get wet so when a frozen coil above the furnace starts to thaw and drip water onto the electronics the circuit board will usually short out and will need to be replaced. A skilled technician will properly diagnose any issues with your air conditioning system such as improper air flow, incorrect refrigerant charge or any other common issues that are found on a service call.

If you are looking to replace your furnace, then it might be in your best interest to replace your air conditioner as well. This is because air conditioners and furnaces are dependent on each other in a lot of ways:

1) Both devices use the same air blower to spread warm/cool air throughout the home.

2) The AC Evaporator coil’s job is to transfer excess heat and humidity from inside your home to outside and it can freeze up if there is a problem with the system.

3) The thermostat is used to activate and shut off both devices.

4) Both devices work together to clean and condition air – for temperature and humidity – before recirculating it throughout the house.

Replacing air conditioners and furnaces together is a good way to ensure both devices are up to date with the latest technology and are working together in perfect harmony. Contact Twintech Heating & Cooling at 1.844.894.6832 for professional assistance if you are looking to repair or replace your furnace or air conditioner.

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by Jordan Arnott, Courtice on Twin Tech Heating and Cooling
They were very friendly and took care of everything.

They were very friendly and took care of everything. The install looks great (and works great), they were very knowledgeable. Installed our a/c efficiently despite the difficult install location both inside and outside and they made it work.

Phenomenal service, so glad I found these guys

Phenomenal service, so glad I found these guys a few years back after being "hosed" badly by 3 other companies. I've recommended them to so many, and they all are so thankful.

by Jonathan Rogoza on Twin Tech Heating and Cooling
This company is fantastic

This company is fantastic. Dave came out and gave me a very honest and reasonable quote, unlike a quote received from another company. I had a bunch of questions that were easily answered and when I had questions regarding heating/cooling a previously unheated room above the Garage, Dave arranged for Greg to come out for an assessment of this new space and gave me his recommendation along with his professional thoughts on all of my options.

These guys have been nothing but Professional, honest and helpful along the way. I can't recall the two other guys doing the install, but they were great as well. Good workmanship, everything was cleaned up and everything functions as promised. I could go on and on about my experience, but it's all positive so what more could you want?

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In Every Way, A Great Company To Work With

I hired twin tech to convert my townhouse heating from electric to gas and install a furnace and a/c unit. I had talked with many other vendors, and received several quotes, but chose them, and very happy I did. Here are some of the reasons why:
1. They were realistic about the timeline for the work, when they could start and how long it would take. (They said upfront, it was their busy season and would need to get back to me in 3 weeks, which they did):
2. They had a quote with options for me. They were clear about the entertainment of what they would and would not do (they’d build duct work, id need another contractor to box in ductwork). This allowed me to plan as I was my own general contractor for my renovations).
3. They spoke to me in a language I understood, neither too technical nor too simple. They answered all my questions as I had them. Everyone is so lovely to work with, the sales team and the contractors who are worked in my home.
4. It’s been 4 m since the work was complete. They still answer my emails and my furnace is working very well!

I unabashedly recommend! Price, customer care and quality workmanship were all amazing!

by Anna Chin, Ajax on Twin Tech Heating and Cooling
TwinTech Saved The Day And Kept Us From Freezing

On one of the coldest days of winter, our furnace stopped working. Our regular furnace company came and told us we had a CO2 leak and shut us off. Their quote for a new furnace was way too high and they couldn't even install it on the same day. TwinTech was recommended to us by a friend. We called and spoke to Dave who was very nice and knowledgeable. Grant showed up a short time later and a new furnace was installed the same day with no troubles at all. Best of all, we received a higher-end furnace than what was offered by our previous company and at a cheaper price. I would recommend TwinTech with no hesitation at all.

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