Raleigh Heating & Air Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Heating Repair’

Heating Noises You Should Be Wary of

Monday, March 9th, 2020

Heaters aren’t supposed to be noisy—full stop. If heaters normally functioned noisily, then it would be a lot harder to sell them to customers, right? While never silent, a proper furnace or heat pump should run quietly, since the process of creating or moving heat into your home shouldn’t necessarily involve anything noisy. Even an aging system that’s reaching the end of its lifespan should by no means keep you up at night with noises.

Instead of trying to deal with these noises yourself, we’re going to give you a bit of information as to what these noises could pertain to and how worried you should be. Regardless of whether or not you need heating repairs in Raleigh, NC, our team is available to give you the insight and advice you need. Take a look at these furnace noises below and let us know if you think you could use our help!

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4 Furnace Problems You Might Recognize

Monday, January 27th, 2020

Sometimes furnace issues come up and homeowners will fiddle around with a system that they don’t know much about. Whether or not the heat comes back on doesn’t exactly mean that the issue is solved. For instance, you’d be surprised by how many homeowners realize that their heat isn’t working because the thermostat isn’t on, but after they turn it back on they don’t investigate the root of the problem—why was it off in the first place?

Today we’re going to talk about some furnace issues that might be easy to fix from a homeowner’s standpoint, but that doesn’t mean they’re over and done with. Many problems that might occur have reoccurring consequences that could haunt an underestimating victim. Raleigh, NC heating services require acute attention to detail, which can from a professional HVAC technician if you ever need it.

Don’t be afraid to call us if what you’re reading reminds you of a problem you’ve got to deal with!

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It’s Time to Replace Your Old Heater

Monday, December 16th, 2019

Heaters don’t last forever. In fact, they can be a huge hassle when they get on in years, and they could be stopping you from achieving the warmth and comfort that you and your family desire in the wintertime. It’s not a fantasy, to be warm and cozy in pajamas during the holiday season, watching the snow while drinking hot cocoa, the only thing stopping that from being a reality is your faulty heater.

Not enough homeowners know about the unique benefits of a heater replacement. They usually think that heater replacements are only reserved for when your system breaks down, but that’s not entirely true. Clayton, NC heating services can actually save you money by performing a heater replacement—since an inefficient heater can often cause frequent problems and will cost considerable amounts of money to run.

Let’s talk about some major signs that its time to replace your furnace.

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How You Can Prevent the Need for Heating Repair

Monday, March 25th, 2019

thumbs-upAt this point in the year, it’s safe to say that the coldest days and nights are behind us until winter creeps back into the air once more. Now is a great time to get that last heating repair out of the way before shutting your system down one last time for the season. It’s also a great time for reflection, though.

No, there is no way in which you can hope to make your heating system 100% reliable in the future.

With a bit of extra attention and care, however, you can help to make it more reliable—as reliable as possible, actually. That is why, in today’s post, we want to give you some tips and reminders about how you can help to prevent the need for heater repair in Durham, NC. Do we live in the coldest region of the country? No, of course. Does that mean that you should put up with an unreliable performance from your home heating system? Definitely not!

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What’s Up with These High Heating Costs?

Monday, March 11th, 2019

piggy-bankWinters are milder here than they are in areas like the northeast, and your heater definitely does not see quite as much action around here as it would in such a climate. Does that mean that you don’t need to keep your heater in the best working condition possible? No, of course not. Not only do you want your heater to function as effectively and reliably as it can, but you want it to function at peak efficiency levels, too.

Relatively mild winters shouldn’t dupe you into accepting heating costs that are higher than they should be. Sure, everything is relative, but you deserve peak efficiency—and we’re here to help you get it. When you schedule your HVAC services in Durham, NC, with the trained professionals on our team, you’re working with qualified pros with your best interests in mind. So, if you’ve noticed that your heating costs have crept up when compared to winters previous, today’s post is for you! 

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Why Is My Heater Running Erratically?

Monday, February 11th, 2019

adjusting-thermostatDoes something seem off when you are heating your home? Does your heater seem to start up at an appropriate time when temperatures in your home get chilly, but then it runs only very briefly once it’s started up? Does it then start right back up after it’s cycled off?

This is called short cycling, and it’s one of those heating issues that could have any number of potential causes.

Worse yet, some causes are simple to fix—others have serious implications for the heater in question.

Let’s not get ahead of ourselves, though.

First, let’s acknowledge the fact that no, your heater is not supposed to be running around the clock. This doesn’t mean, though, that your heater rapidly cycling is performing as it should. If it seems to you like your heater is not running in full, regular cycles, definitely reach out to a member of our team. If heating repair in Clayton, NCis necessary, then you want to schedule service promptly.

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No, Your Furnace Repairs Cannot Wait!

Monday, January 14th, 2019

furnace-wiringThose homeowners looking for a tried and true home heating system are not likely to overlook the furnace. Furnaces have long been a favorite among homeowners throughout the country, and with very good reason. They are effective, they allow for prompt heating with their forced air distribution systems, and they are quite efficient. What they are not, however, is perfect. No heater can truly make that claim. And that means that you are going to require professional furnace repair in Clayton, NC, at some point.

When that time comes, it is always going to be in your best interest to schedule repairs sooner than later. Sure, your system may be able to chug along in its compromised state. That is going to come at a cost, though. Just because you can hobble the last few miles of a marathon on a sprained ankle doesn’t mean that you’re doing that ankle any favors, after all. Here’s why you should always schedule furnace repairs right away.

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Why Is My Heater Blowing Cool Air?

Monday, December 31st, 2018

blue-question-markIt can be easy to underestimate just how important a great heater is when you live in an area that is not exactly well-known for cold winter weather. That being said, however, even “mild” winters can cause considerable discomfort, and this is especially true when your heater just isn’t pulling its weight anymore. Now, you may think that you don’t have a problem on your hands so long as your heater is up and running. That’s not really true, though.

Sure, your heater is running—but is it running to the best of its capabilities? Remember, not every problem that your heater may encounter is going to cause it to break down entirely. Many are going to affect its performance to varying degrees. A fairly obvious sign of trouble is a forced air heater, like a furnace or a heat pump, that is blowing cool air. If you have this problem, then it is time to schedule heating repairs in Raleigh with our team. 

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Warning Signs That Your Heater Is Not Well

Monday, November 5th, 2018

servicing-furnaceModern heating systems are incredibly safe and reliable. Of course, a heating system is really only ever as good as the services that it receives. That is why you should schedule your heating services with the professional technicians on our team. Even with routine service, there may be a need for residential heating repairs in Clayton, NC. At some point, no matter how great your heating system may be, you are going to run into operational problems of some kind with your heater.

When problems do develop, it is always in your best interest, and that of your heater, to have them resolved as soon as possible. To do so, you need to know some of the early warning signs to look out for. That’s what we are going to discuss in today’s blog post. If you notice any of these red flags in your home, or you have any other reason to suspect that there is a problem with your heater, do not hesitate to give us a call.

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Why Is My Heater Making Strange Sounds?

Monday, February 26th, 2018

heating-technicianWe have an unfortunate truth that we need to share with you today. There is no such thing as a perfect heating system. Sure, there’s a heating system out there for everyone. If you keep looking, you’ll find yours eventually. However, there is no heater, regardless of make or model, that is going to operate 100% reliably at all times. It just doesn’t happen. The best thing that you can do, aside from scheduling the routine heating maintenance that will help to keep your heater as dependable as possible, is to report any signs of trouble immediately.

The longer you wait to have an ailing heating system repaired, the worse off that system is going to be. It really is just that simple. If you break a bone in your foot and continue to walk on it every day, you can expect further complications that will only snowball the longer that you push through the pain. Trouble with your heating system is no different. Keep your eyes out for any signs of trouble that could indicate the need for heating repair in Cary, NC—or, per today’s topic, keep your ears open!

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