Expert Heating and Furnace Repair in Mason, Ohio
Homeowners: Don’t allow your heating system to surprise you this winter and leave you out in the cold.
There are common signs that your heating system is running into problems. If you find them early on, you can usually save money in the long run. However, Mason Heating & Air is here if and when you need Furnace Maintenance, and Furnace Installation + Replacement.
Mason Heating & Air has got you covered if you happen to need any furnace repair work, emergency or non-emergency.
If you find your furnace isn’t turning on, we’re here to help if you can’t fix the problem yourself.
Signs You Need a Heating Repair
Once the weather becomes wintry, homeowners rely on their furnaces to keep their home comfortable and to avoid seasonal problems like frozen pipes. However, because your furnace sits idle, or off, for at least half of the year, the unit can be compromised without you even realizing it.
After a problem arises with your unit, it’s vital to schedule furnace servicing as quickly as possible. Here are some signs that you’re in need of heating repair:
- Loud or Strange Noises
- Low Air Flow
- Abnormal odor coming from the furnace
- Hot and Cold Spots In the House
- High Energy/Utility Bills
- Difficulty or Non-Starting of the Unit
- Blower Fan Continuously Running
- Discolored pilot light (it should be blue, not yellow)
Our Quality Heating and Furnace Repair Services
With Mason Heating & Air, you’re in good hands for your Electric and Gas Furnace repairs. Our technicians are certified, and they don’t stop until the job is done. We don’t cut corners or breeze through the process. We want to make sure our customers are happy and that their air conditioner is working properly and effectively.
We Service Every Brand of Heating Equipment
From Amana Furnaces and Air Conditioners to Air Handlers, we service every kind of heating equipment out there, so you don’t have to worry about the age or model of furnace. There’s no type of system or unit we can’t fix.
Why is Heating and Furnace Maintenance Important?
When it comes to vehicles, the majority of people make sure their vehicles have the proper equipment necessary to make it through those icy months, i.e. new tires, windshield wipers, defrost.
In the same sense, people know to take their car for a tune-up, oil change, and inspection before the snowfalls. Unfortunately, a lot of homeowners don’t treat their valuable HVAC equipment in the same way. But it’s true nonetheless that the furnace in your home requires proper care to function at its very best, just like a vehicle. Perhaps you’ve heard about seasonal maintenance, but you’ve never appreciated the importance of it.
At Mason Heating & Air, we know it’s critical to do more than merely inform our customers that they need a product or service. This is why we take the time to explain to you the benefits of all of the services we offer and the importance of maintenance. Choose us to assist you in getting the furnace maintenance your home needs. We’re confident that you’ll notice the advantages every time the heat kicks on this winter when you’re safe and cozy with peace of mind.
When to Repair vs. When to Replace Your Heating System
The majority of furnaces and boilers have a life expectancy of roughly 15 to 20 years. That being said, homeowners who keep up with annual maintenance usually find their systems to be more durable. If your heating system is nearing its expiration date, it’s crucial to start paying attention to the symptoms. We always advise our customers not to wait until it’s too late.
Symptoms You Might Need to Replace Your Heating Equipment
The most common “red flags” that homeowners should keep an eye out for as their heating equipment ages are:
- Visible damage on the unit
- Uneven heat flow
- Rising energy bills
- Humidity problems
- Strange noises
- Increase in allergens
Every single one of these factors can indicate that your system isn’t working as efficiently—or as safely—as it should be. Perhaps an obvious indicator is if you’ve had to contact a repair team more often than normal—it may be yet another sign that it’s time to replace your heating system. Mason Heating & Air is here to help.