Westland Heating & Air Conditioning Blog: Posts Tagged ‘heater maintenance’

Signs Your Heater Is About to Go

Monday, February 24th, 2020

Heaters don’t last forever. We know that so many homeowners in our area don’t want to hear that, but it’s the truth. What this usually signifies is the slow descent into figuring out how to replace your heating system, which when working with amateurs or subpar service technicians, can be a nightmare fueled by many headaches.

We’d like to argue that when you’re working with a team that really cares, like ours, a heater replacement doesn’t have to be that bad! Options are more efficient and affordable than ever, and the right team with the right mindset can help you make the best decision. But first, we need to figure out if your system is on its way out, or what can be done about it.

Whether your system is still in good condition enough for repairs or neglecting heater maintenance in North Olmsted, OH has finally paid its price, let’s take a look at the status of your problematic system.

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5 Gas Furnace Safety Tips

Monday, February 10th, 2020

Gas furnaces are inherently built in a safe manner. However, we’d be lying if we didn’t mention that there are a few problems that can arise with furnace neglect that can eventually turn into safety issues. These systems run on the combustion of flammable gas, and like any fire in your home, there is always a safety risk if the system is not maintained appropriately

That’s why we’ve chosen to discuss a few safety tips that come with your gas furnace in order to ensure you stay safe and happy. These five tips won’t keep your system completely clear of all problems, however, and you’re going to need to contact professionals for furnace repair in North Ridgeville, OH if you suspect anything more serious happening in your furnace.

So, let’s get started!

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3 Ways to Assess Your Heater This Fall and Winter

Monday, November 5th, 2018

clipboard-checklistAs we advance further into the cold season, we’ll soon be turning our heaters on during the day and not just at night. Naturally, the more we use our heaters, the more wear and tear we’ll be putting them through. Paying extra close attention to them can help you find some repair problems before they arise. Also, now’s the perfect time to assess if your HVAC system is doing everything it needs to.

In this post, we’ll give you some advice on how to assess your system.

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