February 19th, 2024
Whether you are investing in a brand-new furnace, or have an older model already installed, you may be wondering how long you can expect a furnace to last. The answer to this question can vary greatly depending on the source.
You can keep reading to learn more about the expected lifespan of a furnace, and how to know that it’s time to schedule furnace installation in Salt Lake City. When you’re ready to schedule your furnace service, you can give our team a call for an in-home assessment.
February 5th, 2024
One of the worst things you can face in the wintertime as far as your home goes is busted pipes. Without enough insulation and protection, your pipes can freeze and burst when temperatures dip below freezing.
If a pipe bursts in your home, you have to act fast to reduce the amount of damage. This includes calling our team to schedule an appointment with an emergency plumber in Layton. You can keep reading to learn more about the steps you need to take if a pipe freezes and bursts in your home during the winter season.
January 22nd, 2024
Oops! It totally slipped your mind to schedule furnace maintenance last year before the winter season began. You may be thinking that you might as well skip it for the season and wait to schedule the service again later this year in the fall when you usually would. But we encourage you to go ahead and schedule furnace maintenance now instead of putting it off.
It’s always better to address potential problems sooner rather than later. Just give our team a call to schedule heater maintenance in Layton and we will get you on the schedule. You can keep reading to learn more about why furnace maintenance is so important, even if you schedule the service a later in the season.
January 8th, 2024
If you have a newer furnace, you may think that you’re off the hook for scheduling any type of maintenance or service. However, we encourage you to schedule annual maintenance for your furnace whether it is new or older. Unfortunately, even new furnaces face the possibility of a malfunction.
If installation is not completed just the right way, your furnace may struggle, especially on the coldest days of winter when it needs to use the most power. You can give our team a call to schedule a furnace repair in Bountiful. You can also keep reading to learn more about common furnace problems and the signs of each one so you know what to watch for.
December 25th, 2023
If you’re thinking about upgrading your current water heater to a tankless model, you may be wondering how involved the installation process is. There are some changes that need to be made to your existing plumbing, but the number of changes depends on what you already have in place—or don’t.
When you need water heater service in Salt Lake City, you can trust our team to help. You can schedule an appointment for an in-home assessment to review what you can expect during a tankless water heater installation. In the meantime, you can keep reading to learn more about some of the common changes we have to make to hones during a tankless water heater installation.
December 11th, 2023
When it comes to having someone work on your home’s heater, you only want the best. Certified heating contractors know a lot about how different heaters work and how to maximize their energy efficiency and effectiveness. It’s why you want to partner with a team of experts.
You may have well-meaning friends and family who say that they can help you with your heater, maintenance or repairs. But there’s only one way to go—that’s with an Ogden heating contractor with all of the right education and certifications. Keep reading to learn more about why you want to partner with a good heating contractor and how doing so can make all the difference in how your heater operates.
November 27th, 2023
One of the top considerations when selecting a furnace for your home is how well it can produce heating results. We talk a lot about efficiency and keeping energy costs down, but it is equally important to have a furnace that can meet your home comfort needs.
It’s no fun dealing with a heater that cannot keep up with your heating expectations. You can schedule furnace service in Layton for our team to complete an in-home assessment and talk to you about both gas and electric furnaces. You can also keep reading to learn more about the differences between gas and electric furnaces when it comes to keeping your home comfortable this winter.
November 13th, 2023
Your furnace can have a variety of problems over its lifespan. Among these problems are electrical issues. Electricity is a major factor in how well your furnace operates and concerns with your home’s electrical system should be treated very seriously.
If something is wrong with your furnace, you need to schedule furnace service in Layton now ahead of winter. Our team can check out all of your electrical connections to make sure they are secure. If there are any issues, we can fix them. Keep reading below to learn more about the most common electrical problems we see and what they mean.
October 16th, 2023
Chances are that you would like to avoid a heater breakdown during the fall and winter seasons. The best way to do that is by prioritizing a tune-up for your heater ahead of the winter season. In fact, fall is a fantastic time to schedule heater maintenance so you can avoid a broken heater later in the season.
You can keep reading to learn more about what our team does during heating maintenance and why the service is so important. Then give our team a call to schedule your service now to stay ahead of the winter rush. Putting off service can mean that you wait even longer for it later in the season as we see an uptick in calls.
October 2nd, 2023
Fall is barely here and your furnace is already giving you problems. Not a great way to start the season. If your furnace continually shuts off instead of staying on, you probably need to schedule an appointment for furnace repair in Layton.
It’s better to get ahead of furnace problems rather than putting off service and potentially facing even bigger issues later on. You can keep reading to learn more about common reasons that your furnace might switch off before completing a heating cycle.