Frozen condensate occurs when condensation and exhaust gases generated from the heating process are discharged outside via a vent pipe and freeze in the cold air. If ice continues to build up, the vent pipe can become blocked, causing the furnace to shut down.
Barring any changes stemming from the pending lawsuit against the Department of Energy (DOE), the new regional efficiency standards for residential furnaces, air conditioners, and heat pumps are scheduled to become effective May 1, 2013. What does that mean for you?
LAMA Books has announced the release of Installing Residential Forced Air Furnaces by Leo Meyer and Michael Bugaeff. According to the company, this book explains in a concise, easy-to-read style how to properly remove an old furnace and safely replace it with a new high-efficiency furnace.