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Questions to Ask about Heater Sales & Service

There are many types of heaters for sale on the market for consumers. After you find the right one, however, you might need to get it serviced regularly to help ensure that it works when you need it. Since there are so many types of heaters for sale, though, you should consider asking a few questions before you decide to purchase any products or hire someone to service your equipment.

  • Do you have experience repairing indoor and outdoor heaters?
    The type of heater that you use in your home probably has a furnace. Depending on the age of your home, it might even have a boiler. Those used outdoors, however, are often self-contained pieces of equipment that connect to propane gas or oil tanks. You should find out whether a repair service has experience with the type of heater and accessories that you have.

  • Do you have electric space heaters for sale?
    These tankless heaters plug into the wall instead of burning gas. Many homeowners find that tankless and electric models heat small spaces very well. You might choose to use them in a garage or bedroom.

  • Do you offer warranties for your products?
    Whether you need someone to repair a furnace, boiler, or HVAC system, it is important to consider whether a company will offer a warranty for its products and services. Installing and maintaining an HVAC system, especially, can cost quite a bit of money, so you want to make sure that your investment is protected. If a company does not back its services or products, then this will give you an idea that they are not the most reputable professionals to work with.

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    With 15 years of experience, we are the best air conditioning and heating repair team in Holiday. We can service your air conditioning unit, commercial refrigeration unit, and furnace.
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    Sales and repairs of heating systems require expert knowledge. HVAC experts learn the specifics of installation and repairs of natural gas, oil, and propane equipment. They often spend years in an apprenticeship learning the trade from an expert. Once their education and training are complete, they take a state exam to earn their license. Do not trust your safety to someone lacking HVAC training. Dirty kerosene, propane, and oil furnaces and accessories lead to carbon monoxide poisonings and fires.

    Some furnace systems have a boiler where water warms up and travels throughout your home in pipes that warm baseboards. The hot baseboards release the warmth into the air. Other systems warm the air and fans blow it through the ventilation passages throughout your home. Keep your indoor system in the best working order by having it inspected and cleaned regularly.

    Tankless water systems provide warm water as needed. This gas or electric tankless equipment costs more , but quickly pays for itself. Instead of having a burner or coil warm the water every few hours, the system only turns on when you're using hot water.

    Garages and cool rooms benefit from portable electric or kerosene space heaters. Make sure you ventilate the room before using one. Talk to the sales representative about the benefits of this equipment. Before using these systems, read the instruction and safety manuals. This prevents accidental fire. If you use a kerosene system, maintain it with the dry burning procedure every week. The instruction manual explains this process. This clears off carbon build-up that creates sooty build-up that increases the risk of carbon monoxide.

    Call a boiler and outdoor wood furnace company for cleanings and new systems. Many people wait until the last minute to have their systems replaced or inspected. Save money by calling companies in their off-season.