Homeowner Tips
Tagged: Furnace Repair

10 Common Furnace Problems to Watch For

If you just turned on your furnace for the first time since last winter, there are some things you may want to watch for as the colder months roll in. We typically find that problems … Read More

5 Surprising Facts About Furnaces

Did you know that the word “furnace” is derived from the old Greek word “Fornax,” meaning oven? In the United States and Canada, a “furnace” is that particular HVAC component that heats your property. Yet, … Read More

Furnace Repair & Other Service Calls During COVID-19

Wondering about the safety of booking an HVAC service call during COVID-19 or if it is safe to have a furnace repairman in your home during the pandemic? Our team here at Lion Home Service … Read More

NO HEAT? 6 THINGS TO CHECK YOURSELF BEFORE CALLING FOR HELP!

“Out of sight, out of mind” applies to most of our home’s HVAC system. They’re usually in the basement and programmed to automatically heat or cool your home, so you probably don’t give them much … Read More

HVAC Myths Busted

Whether it’s a cold winter morning or a hot summer afternoon in Northern Colorado, your HVAC system is working hard to keep you comfortable. There is a lot of well-intentioned and good advice out there on the … Read More

Inside our Lion HVAC Maintenance Assessments

  What separates Lion Home Service from other HVAC companies, and positions us as experts in our field, is our comprehensive Maintenance programs. Unlike other companies that only perform a simple check for loose bolts … Read More

Tenant or Landlord? Who Takes Care of HVAC Maintenance?

According to the City of Fort Collins’ Rental and Occupancy study, about 46% of Northern Colorado families are renters — and the demand for more rental homes is still outweighing the supply. Since so many … Read More

3 Causes of Furnace Electrical Problems

Your furnace is a highly important piece of equipment. You rely on your home to keep you protected from the outside elements, and your furnace makes sure that everyone stays warm when temperatures dip low. … Read More