Keep These Signs of Heater Trouble In Mind
Here in Arizona, the emphasis is more on cooling than heating in terms of comfort. While it is true that our air conditioning systems may flex their muscles more than our heaters do throughout the year, that does not mean that you need not concern yourself with the operational quality of your heating system. After all, the intense heat of summer does not last all year long, and our nights are growing noticeably cooler already. You should schedule your routine heating maintenance soon, if you’ve not done so already. However, you should also be aware of the fact that even well-maintained systems may encounter operational problems from time to time. When yours does, contact Goettl Good Guys Air Conditioning to schedule professional heating repairs in Tucson, AZ.
Increased Operating Costs
If you’ve used your heater for a few seasons already, then you likely have some idea of how much it costs to heat your home with that system. There will be some fluctuation, of course, but these outliers should not be dramatic in their deviation. If you notice that your heating costs suddenly spike, despite not using your heater any differently than normal, then your system may be in need of some sort of repairs.
If your heater was professionally installed and is of the right size for your home, then it should have no problem in heating that home effectively and evenly. If you used to be able to heat your home in an even and effective manner, but there are now cold spots popping up throughout your house, then give us a call. You may have damaged ductwork, a compromised fan, or any other of a number of issues that could lead to uneven cooling.
Strange or Unfamiliar Sounds
Do you hear loud banging noises or screeching coming from your heating system? Well, you really shouldn’t. Sure, no heater is going to operate completely silently. However, any new, alarming sounds emanating from your system during operation should really be investigated by a trained professional. Contact us with any concerns that you may have.