Residential and Commercial Heater Service and Repair
When the temperatures drastically drop there is nothing worse than to find yourself in a cool home or office, you should be able to rely on you heater to keep you warm when the weather gets really cold. At Barkers Heating & Cooling, we offers service on all makes and models to fit your heating needs. We have 24/7 service technicians on call to help you with any problems that you may encounter with your
We recommend performing a yearly inspection and maintenance on your heating system which not only diagnoses and repairs existing problems, but it helps find and prevent problems from occurring in the future.
Common problems can be:
- Blower motor bearings in need of lubrication
- Replacing of air filter and cleaning of dust from blower fan blades and AC condensing coil
- Duct work loosened due to normal thermal expansion and contraction
An inspection can also find and repair less obvious problems like:
- Loose blower belt
- Improperly firing burners
- Blocked condensate drain
- Loose wiring harnesses
- Slowly leaking coolant from the AC system
A yearly preventative maintenance and inspection can keep your heating system functioning at peak efficiency by identifying issues before they become costly problems. Our service technician can point out minor issues that you can solve yourself in the future. You can expect a safer operation from the service that will ensure your system is running like new. By monitoring the performance and condition, you’ll enjoy longer life and a lower chance of an expensive breakdown.
The best way to keep your furnace efficient and reliable is to have it inspected before you really need it. Before cold weather strikes, give us a call to set up an appointment to have your heating system inspected.
Heating systems are usually trouble-free and easy to maintain. Efficient operation is a function of good regular maintenance. No matter what type of heating system you have, there are several things you can do to keep your heating system in top condition.
- Examine the heating system occasionally for signs of deterioration, such as water stains,
corrosion or leakage.
- In forced-air systems, clean the furnace air filters frequently – at least twice a heating season.
- Keep the area around the furnace free from dust, lint, rags, paint, drain cleaners and other
materials or chemicals that could catch fire or explode if they become too hot.
- Make sure warm-air outlets and cold-air outlets are not covered by carpets or blocked by debris.
- Make sure walls, other obstructions or new renovations do not block the heating system’s air
When the heating or cooling system malfunctions, any one of its three components: heat, distribution system, or thermostat — may be causing the problem. If the furnace doesn’t run, the malfunction is probably at the source.
The furnace or air conditioner may have lost power. Fuel may not be reaching the unit. If the fuel is gas or oil, it may not be igniting. If the furnace or air conditioner turns on but the warm air isn’t reaching the rooms of your home, the problem is likely to be the blower or distribution system. And a faulty control, or thermostat, could keep the system from turning on or could cause it to turn on and off repeatedly.
If you are in need of service on your system don’t hesitate to give us a call or contact us.