Heating Repair Services in Greenville / Spartanburg SC
Fast, Same Day Heating Repair Service
Whether your heating system is gas furnace or heat pump, when the weather turns cold proper heating is essential to your comfort and safety. As a full-service heating contractor, we’re experts on diagnosing and repairing home heating problems. Our technicians stay up-to-date on the latest trends in home heating and get ongoing factory training. This enables us to service, repair, and install any brand of heating equipment quickly and accurately.
Signs Your Furnace Needs Professional Attention
Many homeowners associate heat coming out of their vents with a furnace that is functioning properly, but that isn’t always the case. While no heat certainly indicates a furnace that needs repair, there are more subtle signs that show your furnace could use some professional attention. If it takes longer than normal to reach the temperature you’ve set on your thermostat, if you hear loud banging or knocking sounds during operation, if the indoor air quality seems poor or if your heating bills have spiked for no reason, the furnace may be to blame. If you notice your furnace running less efficiently than normal in any way, then a professional furnace cleaning is the way to go.
Benefits of Regular Furnace Maintenance
Keeping your furnace well maintained throughout the year will ensure you have heat when you really need it, during the winters. If you schedule a cleaning shortly before the cold weather begins, your furnace will run efficiently, keeping the air quality high and keeping your heating bills to a minimum. During a typical visit, the technician will inspect each component of the furnace and make any replacements or adjustments necessary. He will also change the filter and clean up any residue that was left behind from the previous winter.
Don’t Trust Repairs to DIY
Many handy homeowners prefer to give their ailing furnace the DIY treatment before they consider calling a professional. While there are many how-to videos online these days, anything more than changing your furnace filter should be left for the experts to handle. Without a thorough understanding of how your heating system works and how each part relates to the next, you’re more likely to cause problems than you are to fix them. One wrong move means even costlier repairs or worse, no heat for your family in the middle of winter.