We have always committed ourselves to our customers comfort and providing top tier home services. Here are just a few of the heating services we offer:
- 24-hour furnace repair
- Heating tune up
- Furnace installation
- Furnace replacement
- And more!
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Heater vs. Furnace
If you’re on the market for heating or furnace repair or furnace replacement, you may be wondering if there’s a difference between the two. In fact, a heater is any device that you use to warm your home, including furnaces. There are many different types of heaters out there for you to choose from and a furnace is just one popular option of many. If you live in a more moderate climate, you may not have a furnace system at all.
Some other popular heating options in North American homes include radiant heating systems, heat pumps, and boiler systems. Radiant heating involves installing tubes under your floor that heat water right, in turn heating your home. Heat pumps serve the dual function of both cooling and heating your home and are a great option for homes in climates where the temperature rarely dips under freezing. Finally, boilers heat water and circulate it through pipes in your home. Whichever option you choose, Affordable Plumbing, Heating & Air knows how to service them all!
Need Furnace Repair?
If you’re not ready for furnace replacement, but think you may be in need of repair, how will you know when to call a furnace contractor. Although some signs of a furnace breakdown may be obvious, such as your furnace not turning on or not blowing warm, there may be other signs you can identify that will let you know quickly if you’re in need of a repair. Don’t forget to call us for emergency furnace repair!
- Furnace is making strange noises: If you’ve tried firing up your furnace but a racket ensues, this is a sure sign that there is an issue with your furnace.
- Pilot light isn’t burning blue: Your furnace’s pilot light should always be a blue color. If your pilot light is yellow, it is a sign of dangerous carbon monoxide leaks that can put your family and health at risk!
- Low airflow and low heat levels: If your furnace is not keeping you as warm as it used to or you notice reduced airflow, your ducts or burners could be blocked.
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The Importance of Regular Maintenance & Tune Ups
Your home’s HVAC system is just like a car - it needs regular maintenance like a car needs regular oil changes. Heater maintenance has several benefits such as prolonging the life of your system, making it more efficient and effective, and saving you money in the long run. There are certain steps you can take at home such as regularly changing your filters regularly and keeping your system clear of dust and debris.
You may think you don’t need professional tune-ups on your HVAC system but you would be wrong. During a professional tune-up, an expert will check all the electronic components of your system, check your thermostat, clean your coils and condensers, change your filter, and lubricate any moving parts. Your technician will also let you know if they have any looming concerns about your system.