When it comes to heating and cooling systems, plenty of components are hard at work, keeping your home toasty throughout fall and winter. Unfortunately, your system requires plenty of regular maintenance in order to perform its job efficiently. Here are just a few issues that could affect those components and disrupt your comfort.
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The days and nights aren't quite as warm as they used to be. It's time to consider using the heating system to keep your home warm and comfortable throughout fall and winter.
Considering how much time you and your family spend indoors, the air quality of your living space should be a top priority. Without an effective filtration system, you could be exposing yourself to a variety of pollutants ranging from gases to molds. The Environmental Protection Agency warns that the following health risks can result from indoor air pollution:
Even the Best Systems:From timt to time, even the best heating and cooling systems can break down. With Western New York's brutal winters and hot summers, the last thing on your mind needs to be, "how is my HVAC system." The professionals at Northeast Mechanical are committed to performing quality heating and air conditioning repair for your system.
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The licensed heating and air conditioning service repair technicians at Northeast Mechanical have all of the New York State permits and Licenses to servie all types of heating and cooling equipment. They are also certified by the EPA and all of our processes meet or exceed OSHA regulations. What that means is that we do not cut corners or take any short cuts with your HVAC system.
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Homeowners who use any sort of natural gas in their homes, whether it fuels their heating devices or lets flames leap out of a barbecue grill or fireplace, know that this reliable natural fuel has a dark side. If you aren’t careful, propane and natural gas can be quite dangerous or even deadly.
Unreliable furnace pilot lights are a major issue during cold winter months when you need your heating system to be at its most dependable. It’s a distressing problem that may have you automatically reaching for the phone to call a contractor for help, but unless your system is under a generous warranty, it pays to check pilot light for possible issues first. You may even be able to solve the problem on your own.
Common Causes for Furnace Malfunction
Whether you’re trying (and failing) to get your furnace revved up at the start of the season or you’re experiencing a sudden outage after weeks or months of smooth operation, it’s frustrating to deal with a heater that simply isn’t doing its job. Luckily, there are a few common culprits to blame for a non-functioning heater. They usually fall under these categories: