Archive for January, 2017

Heater Maintenance: It’s Never Too Late!

Monday, January 16th, 2017

If there was ever an appliance in your home that needs regular care, your heater is it. It requires at least once-a-year maintenance to continue operating at its peak performance. As we progress into winter, if you haven’t already scheduled a tune-up, now is the time! Do so now to keep your heating system in good condition for the years to come. Plus, if you have a gas-powered furnace, you’ll be contributing to the safety of the system, your home, and family. (more…)

Finding the Source of Furnace Issues

Monday, January 9th, 2017

Discovering that your furnace has failed this time of the year is a problem that no Washington homeowner wants to face. The best way to prevent this is by scheduling routine heating maintenance each year, to ensure that the system is fully inspected and cleaned to avoid any breakdowns.

But even with diligent care, a furnace may still run into issues. We’ve mentioned a few of the most common below, including what the sources of such issues might be. (more…)

Signs of Furnace Problems

Monday, January 2nd, 2017

Winter is here, and although we may not get as bitterly cold weather as the Midwest or the East Coast, our weather is nothing to scoff at during this season. As such, it’s imperative that you have a fully functional heater to help you and your family stay warm.

When something goes awry with your heater, it can certainly send you into a frenzy. Preventing emergencies like this begins with staying on top of heater maintenance—these should be scheduled once a year for standard systems and twice a year for heat pumps. However, even a system that is well maintained may eventually need a repair. How do you know, however, when it’s time? (more…)