2 Ways To Troubleshoot Faulty Water Heaters

Posted on: 10 December 2019

Have you ever tried to take a nice, hot shower only to discover that the water isn't hot? Most of the time this is due to other people in the house using the available supply of heated water, which means you just need to wait a few hours for the tank to refill. However, if you check later and the problem is still not fixed, it points to an issue with the water heater. [Read More]

Don't Be Left in the Cold: Why You Shouldn't Postpone Heating Repairs

Posted on: 4 November 2019

If you're having problems with your residential heater, you need to have it repaired as soon as possible. You may think that you can postpone the repairs for a bit longer, but that might not be the case. Problems with your heater should be taken seriously, especially now that winter is just around the corner. Here are some signs that your heater is in immediate need of attention.  You Keep Adjusting the Thermostat [Read More]

How To Get Your Furnace Ready For Winter

Posted on: 25 September 2019

Whether you live in California or somewhere back east, winter can get pretty cold. Even if your version of cold is in the 50's, it can still be cold enough that you need to turn on your heater during the winter. To make sure your heater is as ready as possible for the warm weather, there are a few things that you can do as a homeowner. From having your air ducts cleaned to making sure your thermostat is programmed, this article will take a closer look at three things that you can do. [Read More]

Four Reasons Your Furnace Isn't Working

Posted on: 20 August 2019

During the long, cold winters days, a reliable furnace is the best way to keep your home nice and warm. It's important to provide regular maintenance checks on the appliance. This keeps the furnace functioning properly and can extend the life expectancy. However, even the best-serviced furnace can stop working due to a number of reasons. Some of them you can troubleshoot, while other causes lead to replacing the entire unit. [Read More]