Posts Tagged ‘Heating Repair’

“Minor” Heating Problems? What Are Those?

Monday, October 12th, 2020

air-handlerMaybe it’s due to the fact that our winters don’t get that cold around here, but some homeowners have a hard time taking their heating problems seriously. We want to remind you that any heating issue should be dealt with promptly. No heating problem is “minor” enough to ignore. Your heater does not need to break down entirely before you schedule heating repair in Asheville, NC. Don’t let it get to that point!

Today, we’ll talk about some of the common signs that heating repairs might be necessary. We’ll also cover some of the ways in which prompt heating repairs stand to benefit you. So read on, and remember that our team is always here for you. Whatever your heater may be up against, our heating technicians are the ones whom you can count on to resolve the problem not just promptly, but properly! (more…)

Heating Repair FAQ: When to Call a Pro

Monday, December 23rd, 2019

Cold-CoupleNothing would make us happier than to tell you how you can completely avoid the need for heating repairs this winter season, and for all of those winter seasons to come. We wouldn’t ever lie to our customers, though, which is why we’ll make no such claims. In fact, the best we can do is to clear up any confusion and guarantee that you will require heating repairs eventually. When you do need to schedule heating repairs, you absolutely must schedule them with a professional heating contractor in Hendersonville, NC.

That’s where the pros on our team come in. Not only will we ensure that your heating repairs are handled properly, but we’ll make sure that the initial diagnosis is made properly as well. The last thing you want to do is to extend any period of discomfort because you’re working with a team lacking in diagnostic ability. There are no such concerns when you hire our team to do the job. Here are a few tips about when you’ll want to pick up the phone to schedule service with the HVAC contractor you can trust—us! (more…)

Keep Your Furnace Working Reliably

Monday, November 11th, 2019

digital-thermostatWere this a perfect world, we’d be using this post as an opportunity to tell you how you can make sure that nothing ever goes wrong with your furnace. This world is not perfect, though, and you can bet your bottom dollar that you’ll eventually need furnace repair in Hendersonville, NC. Maybe not today, maybe not tomorrow, but eventually, you will. Given that, however, there are plenty of ways in which you can help to keep any problems with your furnace as few and far between as possible.

It is important to keep in mind the fact that it’s not just money and your comfort on the line here. It’s your safety, as well. Are furnaces inherently dangerous, and unsafe to even have in your home? No, of course not. They’re immensely popular heating systems and for good reason. If you let problems with your furnace go, however, it is entirely possible that your furnace will wind up in unsafe operating condition. (more…)

Common Signs of Trouble with Heaters

Monday, October 28th, 2019

don't-forgetWinter weather here in North Carolina may not be quite as trying as the hot and humid days of summer can be, but it should go without saying that you need a great performance from your home heating system if you want to make it through the colder time of the year comfortably. Achieving a great heating performance simply is not possible when your heater is not in great working condition. You need to spot signs of trouble right away.

How does one do so? By educating oneself as to what those signs of trouble might look like. Or sound like. Or feel like. Or even smell like! Get your senses involved, keep the following information in mind, and remember to reach out to our team if you suspect that you need heating repair in Hendersonville, NC. That way, you’ll know for certain that you are working with skilled, experienced professionals that you can trust to do the job right. (more…)

Late Season Heating Repairs Are Always Worth It!

Monday, March 4th, 2019

cold-manWe know, we know. We’re into March now.  Sure, the heater is making a strange sound. Sure, the heater is not putting out quite as much heat as you’d like it to. But, whatever—like we said, it’s March! Surely the issue can wait.

Well, no. Not really.

Is every problem with your home heating system going to cause a complete breakdown? No, of course not. Is every issue going to render the heater completely incapable of heating your home halfway decently? No. But this does not mean that it’s not worth addressing any problems with your home heating system as soon as possible. If you plan on waiting to schedule heating repairs in Asheville, NC, until next winter is upon us, we suggest that you reconsider.

Simply put, it is always in your best interest to schedule prompt heating repairs when something goes wrong with your home heating system. The longer you wait to do so, the greater the risk.

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Remember: Heat Pumps Use Refrigerant

Monday, January 21st, 2019

service-timeDo you use a heat pump to keep your home warm throughout the winter season? If so, then you probably don’t need us to remind you of just how incredible these systems are. They provide exceptionally efficient heating when the weather outside is cold, and they have the huge added benefit of providing cooling all summer long. This means that you get year-round comfort with just one system installed on your property. Like any other system, however, heat pumps can run into problems.

It should always be a top priority to have your heater repaired ASAP if you suspect that there is a problem with the system. Just keep in mind the fact that a heat pump does use a refrigerant cycle in order to heat your home. A refrigerant leak is one of those problems that represents a major threat to the integrity of your system at large. If you suspect a refrigerant leak in your heat pump in Asheville, NC, contact us right away.

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How to Get Your Home Ready for the Heating Season

Monday, October 1st, 2018

gas-burnersThere is a lot to do between now and when the temperature starts to consistently drop. You don’t want to be left out in the proverbial cold when it comes to the heating season, do you? You want to make sure that your home is as prepared as possible for the advent of the heating season. Fortunately, we’ve collected some important tips below that will help get your home ready for the next few months. Read on to find out how to keep your home cozy and warm during fall and winter. (more…)

Things You Should Check Before Calling for Heating Repair

Monday, April 2nd, 2018

modern-thermostatIt can be especially frustrating to have your heating system stop working just when you need it the most. Before you call for professional repairs, though, you should know that there are a number of possible reasons why your heating system may not be working. Some issues might even be fixable without professional services. You should check the following areas before you call for professional heating repair services. (more…)

Watch for These Common Heating Issues

Monday, November 13th, 2017

heat-pump-repairWe’re in full-on heating season now, and that means that it’s time to be extra-vigilant for any warning signs that your heater is having issues. You’re probably using your heating system on a daily basis to keep your home warm. That means more strain on the system, which means a greater chance for parts of the system to break down. The faster you can identify problems with your heater, the faster you can have them repaired and the more damage you can prevent. Have a look at some of the most common heating problems you’re likely to deal with this winter, and how to identify them. (more…)

“It’s Getting Too Hot in My House!” When the Heater Won’t Shut Off

Monday, January 4th, 2016

The main comfort goal during the winter season is to keep a home cozy and warm. You need to have an effective heating system to achieve this. Of course, there’s such a thing as too warm. A heating system should maintain a proper balance of comfort in a house, usually between 72°F to 78°F. Keeping the setting on the thermostat steady between these temperatures will help to maintain a pleasant environment without wasting money. (more…)