When winter rolls around, the last thing you want is for your heating system to fail. Regular maintenance services are essential for keeping your heater in top shape, so your home or building can stay warm and cozy all season long. However, with such a wide range of services available, it can be difficult to know which ones are best for your system. To help you stay on top of your heater maintenance, here are four important services you should regularly schedule.
11 April 2023
Your air conditioning system isn't going to run flawlessly without some sort of maintenance and care on your part. If you aren't maintaining your system, it will eventually wear out and break down, but there will be some warning signs to watch out for. These warning signs should never be ignored, as they are a sign of something major to come and it may be costly if you ignore them. Maintaining your system can save you a lot of money in repair costs in the long run, so you need to take the time to maintain your system.
17 March 2023
A natural gas furnace must work through several steps before it can successfully and safely ignite. The final step in the ignition process is known as flame rectification. During this step, the furnace proves that all its burners have ignited, ensuring that unburnt gas isn't escaping into the furnace cabinet and your home. The ignition process itself involves several steps. Once the igniter turns on, the gas valve opens and releases gas to the burners.
22 February 2023
It is important to know when water heater repair work is worthwhile if your system has a problem. Most water heaters last between 8 to 20 years, depending on whether the system uses a tank and if there are other factors like highly chlorinated water. Many units have worked for far longer. Here are some situations where it either makes sense to ask for repairs or it's time for a water heater replacement.
8 February 2023
As part of the operation of your home's gas furnace, the natural gas is ignited and combusts within a metal-encased component called the heat exchanger. As the combustion takes place, the exchanger's casing contains toxic gas byproducts such as carbon monoxide and sulfur dioxide that are created and sends them to the flue to keep them from accumulating inside your house. If this exchanger becomes overheated, the metal casing can crack, allowing these gases to escape.
18 January 2023
Depending on the type and severity of the damage, furnace repair costs can certainly add up over time. The good news is that you can easily prevent some of the issues that necessitate repair and not only save money in furnace repair but also enjoy maximum uptime from your unit. Prevention is, indeed, better than cure, which in this case is repair. Here is what you can do to prevent the frequency of furnace repair.
4 January 2023