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If your heating system or furnace doesn't light up fan doesn't blow air, or if you have any other issues with your heating system or furnace, you need the help of a professional technician. Simply call our Charlotte toll free number and we will take care set up an appointment to solve your heating system or furnace problems. We are available any day of the week, 24 hours a day heating system or furnace repair at:
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We repair all heating systems brands in Charlotte such
Carrier heating units
Bryant heating units
Heil heating units
Airtemp heating units
Ruud heating units
Caloric heating units
|GE heating units
Lennox heating units
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Read on for information about how to extend the life of your heating system or furnace and how to used in the most efficient way - which will save you money on your utility bills. Do keep in mind that the information is purely for informational purposes. We are not suggesting that you do the heating system or furnace repairs yourself. All heating system or furnace repairs require experience, special tools, and professional training. And repairing gas or electric systems can be extremely dangerous if you don't have the knowledge or experience that is essential to do the job. For experienced, professional heating system or furnace help call us any time a day, seven days a week at the following number:
HEATING SYSTEM MAINTENANCE THAT WILL ASSURE EFFICIENCY
ONCE EVERY THREE YEARS, you should have your gas furnace inspected by a professional heating / furnace repairs serviceman. In most areas, the professional serviceman you call is an employee of the local gas company, and in many areas there is no charge for this service.
Call us and speak to our heating and furnace service department, requesting a serviceman. The best time to do this is in the early summer when gas companies aren't as busy as they are at the start of the heating season.
EVERY 12 MONTHS, an oil burner should be checked by an heating and furnace repair expert. They should perform several heating and furnace repair services including changing the oil filter, cleaning out the system and checking stack pressure which tips him off to any problem in the stack that could cause a fire. Unfortunately, the same benefit is not available as with a gas furnace. Probably you will be charged for this service. Between inspections, there are several heating and furnace maintenance tasks you should perform yourself to assure adequate performance and long-lasting. Stack pressure should be checked annually. If heating and furnace clogging or a leak occurs, a fire hazard is present.
They are as follows:
1. If you have a forced-air system, inspect the heating and furnace filter(s) frequently. Hold them up to a light. If you cannot see through the filter for the dirt, replace it. Make sure that the arrows on the filter's holder point in the direction of air flow. If there is no arrow, the oily side of the filter should be placed nearest the return duct opening.
2. If you have a forced-air system, inspect the heating or furnace blower motor for an oil cup. If an oil cup is present, lubricate the motor as instructed on the plate attached to the furnace. Lubrication instructions differ from furnace to furnace, and you should follow yours to the letter to avoid damaging the heating unit or furnace motor by over-lubrication or lack of lubrication. If a motor has no oil cup, it possesses self-lubricating bearings. Usually, these should be repacked by a serviceman every 15,000 to 20,000 hours of operation. If you reside in a cold climate, this works out to about once every five years. Figure on once every 10 years if your house is in a moderate-climate area.
3. Inspect the heating unit or furnace fan belt of a blower motor every year for cracking. Buy a belt of the correct size for your unit. Usually size will be inscribed on the old belt's outer edge. Make sure that the heating unit or furnace belt is properly adjusted by pushing in on its center. The belt should give way about 1/2 inches. To tighten a loose belt, tighten the adjusting bolt you will find somewhere on the side of the motor housing.
4. When you start up a steam or hot-water system at the beginning of the heating season, check the radiators, if you have radiators, to make sure they heat up and don't knock. If a radiator doesn't heat, see if the shutoff valve is turned on.
Lack of heat is often caused by an air valve that has failed and is preventing steam or hot water from entering a radiator. Test the air valve of a nonfunctioning radiator by unscrewing the valve and placing it on a radiator that is working. If the good radiator cools down, the air valve is bad. Replace it. If the test shows that the air valve is in working order, probably the non-functioning radiator is water-logged. This happens if the radiator is out of balance. Level it with a carpenter's level by inserting wood shims beneath the radiator legs.
5. If a radiator shut-off valve is leaking from around the packing nut, tighten the nut. If the leak persists, remove the packing nut, wrap some fresh packing around the stem, and retighten the nut.
6. Radiator hammer signifies that water is trapped in the pipe, because the radiator is not level
Please note that this information is for your own educational
purposes and we aren’t suggesting tips for doing-it-yourself.
Repairing and servicing heating units requires knowledge, training
and experience. Trying to fix something that you are not familiar
with can be costly and, more important, dangerous for your safety.
For any furnace/heating repairs in Charlotte City call us 24/7
at our toll free line:
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