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3 Signs That You May Need Heating Repairs

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While our winter weather is certainly not as severe as in other parts of the country, the fact remains that we have plenty of uncomfortably chilly weather throughout the winter season. With that in mind, we urge you to have any problems with your home heating system addressed before you really need your heater working full-time, and before those potential problems develop into serious operational issues. In order to schedule prompt heating repairs in Fresno, CA, of course, you must first recognize that there is a problem to begin with. That is why we’ve put together the following list of examples for you to peruse.

If you suspect the need for heating repairs in your home, don’t hesitate to call the pros here at Lee’s Air Conditioning, Heating and Building Performance.

Strange Sounds or Odors

While loud operational sounds and strange odors emanating from your home heating system may just seem like minor inconveniences and annoyances, they may actually be the results of serious problems with your system. Don’t ignore these symptoms or dismiss them as too “minor” to worry about just because your heater is still technically up and running. You just may find that more serious problems develop due to your inactivity.

Increased Heating Costs

You are going to have to pay to heat your home, obviously. However, if you notice that your heating costs spike, despite not making any real changes in the way in which you use your heater, that may be the result of inefficiencies stemming from problems with your system. Let us evaluate the situation so that we can make any necessary repairs before real damage is done.

Uneven Heating

If your heater used to heat your entire home in a successful, even manner, but is now leaving cold spots throughout your home, then you really must schedule professional heating repairs right away. You could have a damaged fan, or your ductwork could be leaking. The only way to know for certain what is wrong is to hire a professional heating technician.

Thomas Howard

Written by Thomas Howard

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