Cooling Unlimited, Inc. Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Heating Repair’

3 Signs You Need Heating Repair

Monday, November 25th, 2019

heater-furnace-burnerIt’s starting to get really cold in Boston—is your heater up to the test? Unfortunately, you’re not going to be able to make it through every single winter without a little heating work. You shouldn’t shy away from the problems you’re facing in your home. If you need heating repair in Boston, MA, you can schedule an appointment with the professionals on our team.

You can trust our team because we’ve worked in the area since 1986. We’ve been able to grow steadily throughout our decades in business because of our dedication to the comfort of our customers. We’re a family-run and locally-owned business. You’ll know that you’re getting the best work possible when you come to the members of our team.

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Does Your Heater Show Signs of Needing Repairs?

Monday, March 19th, 2018

heating-repair-issuesWith the coming of spring, our heating systems are going to see less and less use as the temperatures start to warm. And yet ironically, this is the time of the year when we tend to see more heating repair calls than any other. Furnaces and other heating systems have been running for months nonstop, which is why they tend to experience sudden breakdowns and other problems just as they reach the end of winter.

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Heater Repair Services Can Address Inefficient Furnaces

Tuesday, December 26th, 2017

heating-system-efficiencyWhen your furnace has trouble functioning, even if it doesn’t seem like it’s a huge problem, it’s a good idea to shut it off and call in a heater repair service immediately. Few serious repair jobs take place without giving you warning signs well in advance, and the sooner you can get a trained technician to address these issues, the better.

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Watch for Low Air Flow in Your Furnace

Monday, December 18th, 2017

low-air-flowWinter is almost here, and cold temperatures are going to be staying a good long while. Your forced-air furnace was likely called into action some time ago, and by now you’re likely running it on a daily basis. Hopefully, it’s in good working order and you won’t need to worry about a breakdown during the cold winter months. Trouble with most forced-air furnaces tends to advertise itself well before it forces a shutdown, however, and wise homeowners will learn to spot them before they cause an unexpected shutdown. That way, you can deal with the issue in a timely fashion.

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Call on a Commercial HVAC Service to Get Your System Ready for Winter

Monday, October 30th, 2017

commercial-hvac-servicesNew England winters are as fierce as they come, and this winter looks to be no exception. Your heating system is going to be called upon to function morning noon and night, and commercial HVAC systems are no less vital in that regard. In fact, they’re probably even more important, not only because most of us spend at least part of our day in an office, school or commercial space, but because a comfortable environment is vital to keeping your business operating. A good commercial HVAC service, with technicians experienced in commercial systems, can be your best friend when getting your system ready for the winter.

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Signs Your Heater Need Repairs

Monday, October 23rd, 2017

heating-repair-issuesWith the coming of fall comes cooler temperatures, and along with it an increased reliance on your heater to keep your household comfortable. If your system is in need of repairs, now is the ideal time to take care of them. You still have several weeks before the weather gets too cold, which gives you time to schedule the repairs at a time convenient to your schedule.

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What Benefits Does a Commercial HVAC Service Provide?

Monday, October 16th, 2017

commercial-hvac-serviceCommercial heating and air conditioning systems perform the same job as residential systems. However, beyond the need to keep the space comfortable and the basic methods to do it, the differences are profound. Commercial HVAC systems are often larger, more powerful and need to address specific issues of your business if you’re going to succeed. That means you need a commercial HVAC company that understands the needs of your property, instead of just trying to transpose what they know about residential HVAC systems.

So how can you tell? What kinds of benefits does a commercial HVAC service provide that a solely residential service doesn’t? Ultimately, you’ll need to make that call for yourself. There are, however, a few guidelines to look for.

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Time for Maintenance on Your Heater

Monday, August 28th, 2017

heating-system-maintenanceLabor Day marks the unofficial end of summer, and while hot weather continues to preserve for weeks after that, fall will be here before you know it. When that happens, you’ll be turning off your air conditioners and turning on your heating systems. Sometimes, that can involve a nasty surprise: turning it on the first time only to find a real trouble. Even worst, that trouble could wait until the coldest day of winter to strike. A number of repair services can respond swiftly in those circumstances, but we believe in preventing those calls from being necessary in the first place. That means now is the perfect time to schedule a maintenance session for your heater.

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Steps to Take When a New Heater Breaks Down

Monday, January 9th, 2017

Heaters break down all the time, especially older ones or ones put under a great deal of strain in the face of our freezing Andover, MA winters. But you don’t expect a brand new heater, or one that is just a year or two old, to encounter a serious problem or suffer a breakdown from a given component. That’s why most reputable brands are covered by a warranty: to protect you, the customer from a lemon or a sudden mechanical failure. If your heating system suffers an unexpected breakdown and you purchased it within a year or two, there are some specific steps you can take to determine what happened. It could end up saving you a great deal of money.

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Why Is Too Much Heat Bad for Your Furnace?

Monday, January 2nd, 2017

It’s hard to think of excessive heat being a bad thing, especially here in Reading, MA with winter in full force. But overheating is a common issue with gas furnaces, and can be caused by a number of different issues.

Thankfully, most modern furnaces will automatically turn the system off before excess heat causes too much damage, which alerts you to the problem as well as sparing you from higher repair bills. But that still leaves you with a furnace that struggles to function, and with temperatures as cold as they are, that could leave your home and family in serious trouble. The faster you address the problem, the better.

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