Winter weather can make your home uncomfortably cold, especially without a functioning heating system. When your furnace breaks down you need repairs fast. Call Guardian Home Services for professional central heating repairs and replacements. We guarantee 100% satisfaction to our Lindsay, ON neighbours.
We offer the following heating services to the Lindsay, ON area, including:
- Gas Log Fireplaces
- Commercial HVAC Services
- Furnace Installations
- Heater Installations
- Heater Repairs
- Furnace Repairs
- Boiler Services
- Heat Pump Services
- Radiant Heating
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What Happens During a Routine Heater Maintenance Visit
You should have a professional perform routine maintenance on your heater at least once a year. During these tune-ups you can expect a heating contractor to:
- Shut off the power to the system to protect everyone in the household.
- Check the inner components to ensure they are operating as expected.
- Replace worn out or failing parts to ensure they work throughout the season.
Signs Your Heater Needs to Be Replaced
To avoid being left without heat during the winter, it’s important to replace your heater before it fully malfunctions. Some signs that can indicate you need to install a new system can include:
- If the unit is nearing the end of its lifespan.
- Multiple repairs. If it needs numerous, or costly, fixes.
- Utility bills increase. These can keep rising until the unit is replaced.
- Cracked heat exchanger. This can create a dangerous situation as it can cause a carbon monoxide leak.
- Loss of efficiency. If your unit cannot properly heat your home.
We have financing options to help you pay for unexpected heating repairs and replacements.
How to Make Your Furnace More Energy-Efficient
Warming your house during Ontario’s frigid winter can take a toll on your utility bills. To reduce your bill and make your system more energy-efficient you can:
- Use a programmable thermostat.
- Ensure your air ducts are in good working condition.
- Check your property’s insulation.
- Schedule regular professional maintenance visits.
- Change the filters regularly.
- Let sunlight in to help warm the house.