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Don’t Ignore Necessary Heating Repairs

We know, we know. The heating season will be over relatively soon. If you think that this means you can ignore any signs that heating repairs are necessary, however, think again. The longer that you put off your heating repairs, the greater the risk of serious damage to your system. Scheduling prompt heating repairs in Marysville, WA will help to keep the severity of heating problems in check.

We want to make sure that you are able to spot the signs that your heater is in trouble, so we’ve got a few tips to help you to do so. If an when your heater exhibits any signs of duress, just give us a call. Whatever ails your system, our heating technicians will act quickly to get it back on track.

Your Heater Isn’t Heating Effectively

With the exception of a heater that won’t start up at all, this is probably the most obvious sign that there is something wrong with your home heating system. If your heater is leaving cold spots in your home, or if it is blowing cool air, then you really cannot accept its performance as “good enough.” We will diagnose the problem correctly and get your heater back in prime working condition.

Your Heater Smells Strange

Does it smell like burning when you run your heater? This is a prime example of how heating problems can be dangerous, in addition to frustrating for your comfort. If you smell burning, you could have a problem with electrical overloads or mechanical issues that could do serious damage to the system.

Your Heater Is Increasingly Loud

You may hear your heater cycle on and off, and you may hear a forced air system blowing air. Your heater should not be making any strange or unusually loud sounds, though. Grinding, screeching, banging, and other noises could and likely do indicate the need for repairs.

Let G & S Heating Cooling & Electric keep your heater running properly.

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