Moody Heating and Air Conditioning Blog : Archive for November, 2018

When to Call for Professional Heating Repairs

Monday, November 19th, 2018

servicing-furnaceLet’s start with a quick answer to the question above—as soon as you suspect that there is a problem! No, we may not have the coldest winter weather in the country. That does not mean, however, that you can afford to take risks with the condition and operation of your home heating system. Prompt heating repairs in Rome, GA, are always going to be in your best interest. This begs the question, however, of when to be concerned.

In today’s post, we’ll cover some common red flags that should have you reaching for the phone to call the heating technicians on our team. No problems are really “minor” enough to ignore. The longer you wait to have them resolved, the more likely it becomes that they’ll do serious damage to your system. When in doubt, after ruling out any obvious catalysts, it is time to call in the pros. This protects both your comfort and your heater itself.

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Is Your Heater Ready for Action?

Monday, November 5th, 2018

hello-winterWe know, we know. It’s not as if temperatures are really cold out there right now. And yes, we know that our winters are fairly mild. We also know, however, that you are going to really regret it if you let this convince you that you don’t need to schedule heating maintenance in Rome, GA each and every year. We may not deal with subzero temperatures and heavy snowfalls, but it still gets plenty chilly enough to necessitate a great heating performance.

And when it comes to a great heating performance, great heating maintenance is the key. No, you cannot tune up your heater on your own. No, you cannot expect your heater to function at peak levels if you fail to schedule routine heating maintenance, either. Yes, this means even once. You may not think your heater is getting that much of a workout, but it incurs more wear and tear than you may realize. Scheduling your tune-up each season with our team prevents that wear and tear from snowballing.

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