Homeowners often seek emergency heating repair when their systems fail to turn on. Unfortunately, restoring a broken heating system to its former glory usually attracts a hefty cost. In some cases, repairs aren’t possible, and homeowners are forced to budget for a system replacement.
You don’t have to go through this, though. Some of the costly repairs and replacements can be avoided with a preventative approach. You need to know what isn’t healthy and then get in touch with our emergency heating repair specialists as soon as possible.
So how do you know if you have an emergency heating repair? Well, your heating unit will undoubtedly give some warning signs, alerting you that something is wrong before it shuts down completely. We’ve prepared a list of the common symptoms below.
Don’t overlook a heating system that keeps turning on and off frequently. While short cycling means the safety features are working correctly, the problem that’s making the unit to resort to this safety option must be promptly diagnosed and corrected to avoid potential permanent damage.
Keeping your home always warm during the winter months can mean digging deep into your pocket. However, if you’re getting abnormal utility bills and they continue to rise each month even without additional appliances, chances are you have a heating issue. Your system could be overworking to keep the living spaces comfortable.
HVAC electrical issues are never something any homeowner should ignore. It’s recommended to call a repair technician if something feels or looks odd. Watch out for a heating system that regularly trips fuses, gives off a burning smell, produces flicking or dimming lights while it runs, or produces sparks.
While your heating system will emit some sounds when they are running, they should not be loud and distracting. Constant banging, clanging, rattling, humming, grinding, and squealing sounds mean something potentially dangerous is already happening in the heating unit. It could be a mechanical issue that’s about to wreak havoc on your system.
When you have a carbon monoxide alarm near your gas or oil-powered heating system, and it starts sounding, it’s imperative to seek emergency heating repair service. But first, make sure you turn off your heating unit and open all the doors and windows as you wait for a technician to come and fix the leakage problem.
If your heating system is displaying the warnings above, call (210) 380-8000 to have one of our technicians evaluate it and identify the potential issues. Texas Air Repair is available 24/7 to ensure your family is not left out in the cold.
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