Your heater is a complex and important appliance in your home that plays the important role of keeping you and your family warm and cozy when it’s cold outside. When your heating fails, it can not only be stressful, but it can also be dangerous. Homeowners should aim to understand what type of system they have in their home, how often to perform maintenance, and how to identify signs of trouble when they have a heater breakdown. You can leave the rest to the expert team at The Plumbing & Air Service Co!
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Types of Heaters
“Heater” is an umbrella term for any system or appliance used to warm your home. There are several types of heater systems, the most common ones including furnaces, heat pumps, boilers and space heaters. Furnaces are the most common type and work similar to an AC system in that once you turn your thermostat up to a certain temperature, your furnace will fire up to warm your home through a system of vents. Heat pumps work by extracting heat from outside air and pushing it into the home.
Radiant heating and geothermal heating systems are also great, more modern options used to heat homes today. When you’ve decided on which system is right for you, contact us for heater installation services.
When Should You Replace Your Heater
When you need heating replacement, you want to contact a heater replacement company that can help you decide what the best option for your home and family’s needs are. It’s important to be able to identify when you need heater repair so that you can call us right away. Here are some signs of trouble:
- Your furnace pilot light is yellow
- Your heating costs are through the roof
- There are strange noises coming from your vents or cabinets
- You want a more efficient system
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What to Expect During Heater Installation
When your heater fails, you are bound to notice. Although heater repairs may be possible in some situations, sometimes, you will require replacement and heating installation. When that time comes, you will need to consider which heating system is right for you, the efficiency of your replacement unit, and the costs of installation. Luckily, you won’t be on your own throughout this process. The Plumbing & Air Service Co. will be there every single step of the way so that you can feel confident about your new installation.