Are you frustrated by your heater’s performance? Do you wish there were a way to keep your heater in good condition at all times? Whether your heater must be fixed or simply maintained, you can trust our heating repair technicians to handle any and all heating repair and maintenance needs that you may have in your home. We work with all major system types and brands, including (but not limited to):
- American Standard
- Comfort Aire
We guarantee our work and we offer 24/7 emergency heating repair services in case something fails after normal business hours. We built this company on going out of our way to deliver exceptional customer service and we take every job seriously, no matter how large or small. Call us today to learn more about our heating repair and maintenance service in Dublin, northwest Franklin County, southern Delaware County, southern Union County and surrounding areas.
Signs You Ought to Get Your Heater Repaired
One of the most obvious indication that you should schedule repairs for your furnace is when it stops providing the level of warmth to keep your home comfortable– or stops providing any heat whatsoever!
There are other signs to watch out for that will give you an early warning that something is wrong:
- Higher energy bills: If a heater is malfunctioning, it will start to cost more to run. Call on heating professionals to examine the heater for possible repair issues when you notice a spike in your heating bills that you can not account for.
- Temperature fluctuations: If your heater doesn’t provide the needed heat, or runs too hot for your family’s comfort, you should have someone have a look at your heating system.
- Strange noises from the heater: Although you should expect some level of noise to come from a heater when it switches on, anything out of the ordinary that you hear while it is running is usually a warning of a malfunction. Sounds such as rattling, grinding, clicking, and rumbling all require immediate attention from a repair technician.
Why Hire a Professional for Your Heating Repairs
There are a number of good reasons that you should only entrust your needs for heating repair to a professional, no matter if you have a furnace, boiler, heat pump, or radiant heating system. Gas-powered systems, which are the most common found in homes, can be potentially hazardous to tinker with unless you have proper training and equipment; in most jurisdictions, it is illegal for anyone but a licensed professional to work on an appliance connected to a gas line.
The second reason to depend on professionals for repairs is that it is the only way to ensure that the heating system works properly afterwards. You are likely to end up with an inefficient heater that costs too much to run if you rely upon amateurs for the work.
Finally, you will reduce the number of future repairs necessary if you have the current repairs done right the first time. One of the most common reasons that professionals must perform repairs on heating systems is because of damage done to them due to untrained work. Save time and money: contact our experienced team to handle the repairs.
There are various things that can fail with your heating system. If you have a furnace, then your system might eventually be subject to problems with the ductwork itself, or possible the pilot light or heat exchanger. Even high-end, energy efficient systems like a ductless mini split heat pump is subject to issues from time to time, whether it’s a control board issue or frozen coils.
It’s important to make sure that any heating repair is taken care of by a heating repair technician immediately. You can count on Pickerington Heating & Cooling to take care of the rest.
If you suspect your system needs replacing, is failing, or you’d like to explore the costs involved with purchase of a replacement HVAC system, please contact Pickerington Heating & Cooling at 614-837-4026. Our offices are open 7:00 am to 9:00 pm weekdays; 8:00 am to 4:00 pm Saturday & Sunday; emergency air conditioner (A/C) service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.