We’ve spent a lot of this year indoors. And to be honest, it is looking like that is how things are going to finish as well. At least the cold weather provides an added incentive to snuggle up on the couch and enjoy the cozy atmosphere. The key here is that you need to make sure your heater is up to the task so you can enjoy a truly cozy home.
If something about your heater seems off in comparison to how it ran last year, it may mean that you need to reach out for heater service in Fresno, CA. Layering up is a great way to reduce your need for heat but it shouldn’t be your replacement for a working system. Don’t let these heating repair needs go unaddressed! Reach out to our team for repair services ASAP.
“What’s Wrong With My Heater?”
When something goes wrong with your heating system it may not always be apparent immediately. All too often homeowners and residents around Fresno ignore poor airflow or strange noises that indicate a problem with their heater. We want to encourage you to avoid this and the consequences that come from it (more expensive bills and even an early replacement).
Here are three of the most common repair needs your heater may need and some of their identifiers. If you think your heater is struggling with one of these issues, don’t hesitate to reach out to us for service.
- Poor airflow in or out of the system. Poor airflow is a problem whether it is at the beginning or end of the heating process. A clogged filter may hinder the flow of air into your heater, putting it at risk of overheating and making it near impossible to heat air for your home. On the other hand, a clogged vent or leaky ductwork can stop heat from entering your home, meaning all the energy and fuel your heater used went to waste. Just call an expert when you notice whistling noises, dusty air, and weak airflow from your vents or air handler. We can pinpoint the problem and fix it quickly.
- Dirty internal components. Dirt can definitely hurt if it gets into your heating system. If you have a heat pump airborne debris can coat the evaporator coil and hinder the transfer of heat into your house. Likewise, if your furnace collects too much debris it can mess with the ignition of your burners or can cause problems for the heat exchangers. Thankfully our technicians can keep your heater clean and clear. Just reach out if you notice high bills paired with poor heat and the scent of burning dust.
- A disconnect with your thermostat. The thermostat is the brain of your home comfort operation. Without your thermostat, your heater doesn’t know if it should turn on, how long it should run for, etc. If your thermostat isn’t responding when you try to turn it on, or your heater never responds to your thermostat, your repair need may start in this “command center” part of your system.
Contact California Indoor Comfort Inc today to schedule your next heater repair. Where comfort and technology come together, you will find us.