Our heating repair technician
will inspect your heater or furnace. He will consider the following:
- He will inspect the power source to determine if the problem is with it rather than the heater or furnace itself. The heating repair technician tests for electricity supply to the furnace and the internal electricity supply.
- The furnace repair technician looks at the thermostat and determines if it is working.
- He will then inspect the heater or furnace for cleanliness. Is dirt contributing to part failures?
- He will then inspect the heat exchanger. Does the heat exchanger look good? Or is it getting close to failure? (A bad, rusted or old heat exchanger is a danger to you and your family as it can suddenly crack and release carbon monoxide, which can kill.)
If these are all good then the repair technician continues, testing each component, until finding the part which is failing. The entire condition and age of your furnace or heating unit will be considered and you will be provided an assessment.
Heater Furnace Assessment. Repair or Replacement?
We will provide you with an accurate assessment of your heating system and the cause of the failure. Then give you a set price to do the repairs and or service
needed to bring your heating up to safe operating condition.
We'll give you an accurate evaluation of your heating systems overall health and what furnace repair, service or options are in your best interest and considering your budget. We will make a recommendation based on what we would do if we were in your situation.
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