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.
When we come to your house for a service appointment, we’re not just working on your heater. We’re also talking to you. We want to ask questions about how you’re using your heater and understand what your needs and expectations are. We also want to understand how you are adjusting settings for your heater and what temperature you typically keep the thermostat set at.
Knowledge is power, and all of these factors help us to better help you save money. We can talk to you about ways to optimize how you are using your heater so that your home stays comfortable but you save on energy costs. These optimization tips can also help you lessen the strain on your heater so that it has a chance for a longer lifespan.
During a heater tune-up we also like to make small tweaks to the different mechanisms of your heater. For example, we may check all of your bolts and screws to make sure they are completely secure. Sometimes the vibration from heating operation can allow screws to loosen up.
Dust and dirt getting into your heater are a problem because they dry up the lubrication in between gears that need to work together smoothly. This is another area that we check. We can wipe down in between gears to eliminate dirt particles and then re-lubricate the components so that they work together smoothly once again. Each of these things improves heater efficiency so less energy is required for operation.
If we notice anything that needs to be repaired or replaced inside of your heater, we will bring our concerns to your attention. It’s always a better idea to replace a component before it wears down completely. Otherwise, you could face a heater breakdown later in the season. Until then, your heater will also be working harder to produce results because of the worn out component.
These minor tweaks and repairs are the best way to keep your heater running at its best all season long. And no matter how well you pay attention to how your heater is operating, you cannot catch these little things deep inside of the system without the help of a professional, and that’s what we are here for.
Contact your HVAC and plumbing experts at Rentmeister Total Home Service today! Schedule an appointment for heating service with confidence.