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TYPES OF FURNACES WE SERVICE!
NATURAL GAS FURNACE
The Most Common Type of Furnace
Used In Most Rural Areas
ELECTRIC / HEAT PUMP
Common Where N. Gas is Unavailable
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Heating Repair in Westmorland County
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The last thing you want when temperatures drop outside is for your furnace to stop working. Whether you are experiencing a total lack of heat or an odd rumbling coming from your system, turn to The Heating and Air Conditioning Experts. We are a team of skilled and highly trained technicians with over a decade of experience solving even the most complex furnace issues. Our qualified team offers homeowners throughout Westmorland, Allegheny counties and surrounding areas the ultimate peace of mind by performing every heating repair with the utmost care and attention to detail. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to ensure you are never left out in the cold.
Our furnace repair process is second to none, keeping you informed every step of the way to ensure you are never left in the dark about your furnace. Once our technicians pinpoint the problem, we quickly fix it and then test the system to guarantee there are no other lingering issues. If we find that your furnace cannot be fixed through repairs, we can walk you through the replacement process and options and even offer honest recommendations on how to prevent further wear and tear with our annual maintenance solutions. No matter what type of furnace issue you encounter, turn to The Heating and Air Conditioning Experts the furnace repair specialists.
Here Are Some Symptoms That You May Need To Call For Heating Furnace Repair
Symptom 1: Short cycling
When your furnace runs for only short periods (less than three minutes) before shutting off, the problem is called short cycling. This happens when the thermostat is out of adjustment or when the heat exchanger overheats and the burner automatically shuts off to prevent damage.
Symptom 2: Irregular flame
Properly functioning burners have fairly even rows of flames. If the flames are uneven or lean toward the back of the furnace, call in a pro. It could be a sign of dirty burners or a cracked heat exchanger.
Symptom 3: Odd noises or rumbling
While rumbling and popping aren’t cause for concern in a hot water or steam heating system, they shouldn’t be present if you have forced-air heat.
Symptom 4: Chronic illness
Frequent headaches or flu-like symptoms can be a sign of combustion gases leaking from a cracked heat exchanger or carbon monoxide leaking from an exhaust stack. With these symptoms, have your heating system checked out even if your carbon monoxide alarm remains silent.
Symptom 5: Soot deposits
Soot is a fine black powder that collects when combustion is incomplete. Its presence may indicate that your burners need adjusting or that you have a cracked heat exchanger that needs replacing.
Carbon Monoxide Alarm
Install a carbon monoxide alarm on each floor. If you already have these alarms, test them. Carbon monoxide is an odorless, colorless gas sometimes produced by oil-, gas- and wood-burning appliances (furnaces, stoves, fireplaces, etc.). If this gas spills into your home in high enough concentrations, it can be fatal. Plug carbon monoxide alarms into electrical outlets or directly wire them to the electrical system. Do not install them in utility rooms, garages, kitchens or bathrooms.
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