When the temperatures start to dip down low, your furnace becomes the star of the show. You know this just as well as we do. Imagine going an entire winter without your heater in your home or, even worse, imagine going an entire winter with a heater that doesn’t really work for your home. You don’t want either of these scenarios to become your reality. That’s why you need to handle your furnace repair in Milwaukie, OR.
We’re not going to tell you this and then just send you on your way. Instead, we’re going to help you get exactly what you need. We take the worry out of all your heating repair work because we’re the trusted professionals in the area. Just get in touch with us today.
You Should Call for This
Don’t know when to pick up the phone? Here are the signs that you should call:
An Incorrect Thermostat
Lately you’ve noticed that your home’s thermostat is a little off. This wouldn’t be such a big problem if it didn’t mean that you had to work so hard to get your heater to work for you. Your home’s thermostat should be able to sense the room’s temperature correctly. We’re here to help you out. Your incorrect thermostat is a real problem and we’re going to get it right for you. Just call us today.
Grinding or Scraping Noises
Are you hearing grinding and scraping noises coming from your home’s heating system? This is a real issue. Grinding or scraping noises are a sign that your home’s heater is malfunctioning. Grinding is a noise that indicates a mechanical malfunction. Scraping noises typically indicate some going awry. It’s the sound of metal moving on metal. Either sound is a real heating issue.
Have you noticed that those points in your home that aren’t heating up like they used to? This is a sign that you’ve got low airflow on your hands. There are so many heating problems that can stem from low airflow. We’re going to help you identify this problem and eliminate it.
Do you have to run your heater more often that you’re used to? Running your heater for longer periods of time or at higher thermostat temperatures means that you’re struggling against the problem of cool air moving through your home. You need to attack the problem head on rather than addressing the side effects. We’re here to help you through this issue.
Above, we talked about grinding or scraping noises coming from your home’s heater. Now, we want to talk about noises coming from your home’s ductwork specifically. Your ductwork makes different noises. You might hear popping or pinging noises.
A little noise is normal from your ducts is to be expected. Your noisy ductwork is due to your ductwork expanding and contracting. Loud, arresting noises are a real issue though. You need to come to our professionals for the work you need.
Contact Chase Heating and Cooling today to schedule an appointment with our professionals. We’re here for your heating work.