1. Who Is At Risk From Summer Heat

    Summer heat is often a welcome reprieve from the winter chill. An icy, cold world has given way to greenery and sunshine — it is almost as if life has returned to the world. Especially if you live in a climate with extreme winters, the warmer weather of summer can be an exciting time. Unfortunately, those balmy summer days can be just as dangerous to your health as being trapped out in the cold.…Read More

  2. How Do Heat Exchangers Work?

    Anymore, saving energy is an essential part of our day-to-day lives. With the threat of climate change becoming more real every day, most folks are constantly looking for ways to save more energy. While factories and industrial firms are never a great example of healthy energy practices they do have most of us beat in one specific sector: heat exchangers. Factory bosses have been installing heat e…Read More

  3. Creative Ways to Beat The Winter Chill

    The polar vortex was all over the news just a couple of weeks ago. It broke negative-degree records all over the United States and redefined our local idea of cold. For example, the Twin Cities hit an all-time low of -32F, the lowest since 1996, and some states even recorded temperatures as low as the South Pole. This put an emphasis on the importance of having a reliable heater. So as folks start…Read More

  4. Signs Of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

    A damaged heat exchanger is a cause for concern for many reasons. Initially, the heating in the home might falter, resulting in a chilly home. Next is a sometimes expensive repair bill. But if left unchecked, a broken or damaged heat exchanger can result in far more serious damages. The release of carbon monoxide is a very real concern with damaged heat exchangers. Today, the Heat Exchange Experts…Read More

  5. Signs You Should Replace Your Heater

    When it comes to replacing your heater, most people’s enthusiasm could be described as tepid to say the least. It’s an idea that we all have to warm up to. This is likely because we don’t have to replace the furnaces and heaters in our homes all that often. In fact, if you recently moved into a new home, or if you’ve been in a home for a long time, you might not know when a heater was last…Read More

  6. Problems With Your Heat Exchanger

    When the weather begins to cool, our first instinct is to reach toward the thermostat and turn on the furnace. We rely on our furnaces to keep our homes warm and liveable during even the coldest months. But what if you power on your furnace, and instead of warm air, you get nothing at all? Your heat exchanger is one of the hardest working parts of your HVAC system, and as such, it is prone to its …Read More

  7. Why Your Home Needs A Properly Sized Furnace

    There’s a common line of thought that postulates that “bigger is better.” While this may be true for bags of popcorn at a movie theater, or even bowls of ice cream on a hot sunny day, this is less true for the size of furnace for your home. Instead, when it comes to finding the right size heater for your home, you’ll want to follow the Goldilocks test, and find a unit that is “just right…Read More

  8. The Importance of Hands-On Learning

    The Heat Exchange Experts have made a name for themselves as the leaders in heat exchanger repairs and training seminars. But what sets our classes apart from our competitors? It’s our commitment to providing you with hands-on learning opportunities. We feel that one of the most effective ways to learn more about these complicated machines is to see their points of failure and identify the signs…Read More

  9. The Dangers of a Damaged Heat Exchanger

    Here we are in mid-February, and winter weather has settled in across the whole country. Your clients are snuggled up at home, under quilts and blankets, and basking in the warm comfort that their furnace provides them. And while they may not know it, a heat exchanger makes up a critical component of their heated comfort. If that heat exchanger is damaged, they may be at risk for a variety of haza…Read More

  10. Is it Time For a Heat Exchanger Seminar?

    Reasons to Schedule a Heat Exchange Seminar Hello HVAC repairmen and servicers alike, and welcome back to the Heat Exchanger Experts blog. In our last post, we briefly chatted about some of the ways you could learn from our team of heat exchanger training programs. Whether you come to one of our seminars, or learn via our heat exchanger handbook, we’re sure that you’ll learn something valuable…Read More