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Whenever there’s an issue with your home’s  heating, finding the best solution starts with
having the right information at your fingertips.  That’s why understanding the basics of how your
furnace works makes a world of difference. In most  heating systems, there are five key components;
the thermostat, the burners, the blower motor,  the heat exchanger and the home duct work. Your
thermostat measures the temperature of the  air in your home. Inside the thermostat,
there’s a gauge that tells the furnace to turn on  or off depending on the temperature you’ve set.
When you raise the temperature setting and  the signal from the thermostat is received,
fuel is sent to the burners in your furnace and  it’s ignited. Once all the furnace burners are
lit, they heat up your heat exchanger. A blower  then circulates air over the heat exchanger. The
air is sucked in through the air returns located  throughout the house, pushed over and around the
heat exchanger, warmed and then sent back out  through a network of forced air ducts throughout
the house referred to as registers. It’s important  to keep in mind that your furnace works all year
round. It heats up your home during the cold  months and works with your air conditioner to keep
things cool during the summer months so regularly  schedule maintenance is crucial to helping ensure
your home feels comfortable all year round. If  you have questions about your furnace or are
looking to upgrade your heating equipment, call us  today to schedule a consultation with one of our
trusted Home Comfort Advisors. Our Advisors are  dedicated to taking the time to assess your home,
discuss your needs and answer any questions you  may have to make sure we find the right solution
for you and your family. So remember, for  all of your heating needs, Call on Reliance™.

$99 Diagnosis/Assessment Fee will be waived for customers who move forward with the quoted HVAC service or repair work. If Reliance is unable to repair the customer’s HVAC equipment, Reliance will provide a discount of $500 on the customer’s purchase or rental of replacement HVAC equipment from Reliance. Applicable taxes are extra. Subject to terms and conditions. This offer is non-transferable and cannot be combined with any other offer. Subject to availability, services are not available in all areas. We reserve the right to change or cancel this offer at any time for any reason. Contact us for details. Offer expires March 31, 2024.