IF YOU HAVE AN EMERGENCY AND NEED HEATING REPAIRS:
Same day service for heating repairs is available and someone will answer your call 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Call us at 678-251-9776 for heat pump or furnace repairs.
We repair all makes and models. When we arrive for a repair our expert technician will:
If your heater suddenly stops working there’s no doubt it’s time to call someone for help. These sudden and unexpected breakdowns are extremely frustrating and disruptive to you and your family. No one wants to come home to a freezing cold home at the end of the day! Sometimes these occurrences happen out of the blue, but there are usually signs that your heater needs some attention. If you notice any of these signs it’s best to have a qualified technician take a look and make any needed repairs before your heater breaks down completely.
Is your heater not warming you home as well as it used to? Most likely something is starting to go wrong in your system. Do you notice some areas or rooms are cooler than others, resulting in uneven heating? Left unfixed, even small issues can stress your system and lead to large problems.
When a heater starts cycling on and off more frequently it’s a strong indication of a problem in your system. It’s best to call a professional to take a look before this becomes a more critical issue.
Some sounds coming from your heating system are normal, but if they change or become louder it deserves attention. A damaged belt or loose part may be the cause, but other more serious mechanical problems could be the cause. A qualified technician can diagnose what’s wrong and get it fixed.
When a heating system is in need of repairs it is under stress and has to work harder to keep your home warm. This added power consumption causes an increase in your energy costs, so unless you are running your heater more often on purpose, it’s best to have a pro take a look.
The most common smell is a burning odor, which could indicate burning rubber or plastic parts within the heating system. It’s best to call and HVAC expert to diagnose and fix the issue before more damage occurs.
Burner lights should be blue, and when they turn yellow it could be caused by carbon monoxide. If you notice this, get everyone out of the home and call for help immediately. This poses a very dangerous and immediate threat to you and your family.
In most cases, addressing problems with your gas or electric heater when they first start can prevent the need for more major repairs down the road, saving you money and lots of frustration. If you suspect your system is starting to struggle, contact us today for help.
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