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When to Repair Your Heater

Let’s face it… sometimes you just don’t know when to need to call a professional for your heating work. Yeah, you’ve been having some weird issues pop up with your heater, but it’s not so dire that you can’t use your system. That means that everything is fine, right? You can make it through the rest of the winter. You’ve already made it this far.

We know that a lot of homeowners out there think like this. In fact, it’s typically the line of reasoning that we hear when we come out to work on someone’s heater after a breakdown. We don’t want you to end up like this. This is why we’ve taken the time to map out the basics of heater repair in Clackamas, OR today.

When to Call

Here are a few reasons you should call us for heating repair. These are some of the most common heating repair troubles that people have during this time of year. Although these problems are common, they aren’t the only problems that you might have. If you’re having a specific problem with your heater, you can always contact us to speak with one of our experts.

Odd Noises

Your heater has become that thing that goes bump in the middle of the night.

It seems like you can’t ever run your heater without also having the sound of parts banging and rattling accompany it. You’re not sure what’s going on because you haven’t had a look inside your unit, but you’ve decided not to sweat it because nothing has happened to your heating yet. Trust us when we say that you don’t want to let these odd noises go unattended. If you hear something, say something! One of our professionals will handle it.

High Heating Bills

Are your heating bills high although you don’t run your heater in any different way than you have before? This is a clear sign of heater inefficiency. This is the case even if the spike in your heating bill isn’t that high. It has the potential to get worse so you should address it now.

Low Comfort

You’re just not warm enough. You’ve got your fuzziest socks on, a sweater, thick sweats and yet… you still find yourself shivering a bit while sitting in your room.

Your home is cold, and your heater doesn’t seem to help much. This is the sign of an unhappy heater. We’re here to help you get it back on track.

Poor IAQ

Your indoor air quality is just… bad. You’re coughing, sneezing, and even wheezing a little when you exert yourself. If your indoor air quality is bad, it could actually be the side effect of a bad heater.

Foul Odors

Your heater just smells… funky. You may not even have realized it was your heater causing this trouble at first. After weeks of lighting and candles and cleaning your home religiously, you’ve realized that your heater is the culprit. We’ve seen this problem before, and we have the tools to help you. Foul odors will always give way to greater heating problems. We’re always here to help you with what you need.

Contact Chase Heating and Cooling for your heating services. Keeping Homes Comfortable in All Season.

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