Moody Heating and Air Conditioning Blog : Posts Tagged ‘furnace repair’

Top 5 Furnace Repairs to Be Weary of

Monday, January 11th, 2021

Your furnace is struggling. We get it, it’s been a hard year. Maybe you skipped that maintenance appointment or you’ve been saving up instead of calling for furnace repairs. This isn’t something we’ll scoff at, during unprecedented times these things happen. However, if your furnace isn’t working the way that you need it to, it could end up costing you so much more down the line. We’re trying to work with you in fending off the costs you might be paying in a year if you don’t get your system fixed today.

So, we want to highlight the most common and important furnace repairs that homeowners need to know about. Perhaps if you’re more informed about what’s going on in your furnace, and what’s at stake, then maybe you’ll understand the urgency about calling us for furnace repair in Cartersville, GA. Don’t worry, we’ll work with you for an affordable and effective solution to your heating problems.

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Beware of a Cracked Heat Exchanger!

Monday, December 28th, 2020

We talk a lot about heater problems on this blog. Many of them are problems that decrease the efficiency of your heater, make it unstable, or just make it not work the way you want it to. Rarely are there any immediate safety issues that have to be addressed the moment they occur. A problem with your heat exchanger definitely is one of them though.

If you’ve never heard the term “heat exchanger” before, don’t worry. It’s not a well-known term outside of this industry, so we’re not startled when homeowners don’t know about it. Basically, if your furnace repair in Dallas, GA includes your heat exchanger, there could be a real threat of leaking gas or carbon monoxide in your home. We’re going to talk about how you might know if you’re suffering from a problem with your heat exchanger, and what you can do about it!

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I Think My Furnace Needs Repairs?

Monday, November 18th, 2019

chilly-manEven here in Georgia, where winters can feel more like summers, we depend on our furnaces. When temperatures dip into the 50s, you’ll be glad that you’ve got a heating system that’s capable of keeping you and your family warm and toasty.

But, what do you do when your furnace starts acting funny? There’s nothing quite worse than a heater that won’t heat.

Well, for one, you should make a call to your local HVAC contractor in Canton, GA, and two, read our list of some of the signs that your furnace is in need of repairs.

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Replace That Dirty Air Filter

Monday, January 28th, 2019

air-filter-replacementWe certainly don’t live in the Arctic, but here in Georgia, we rely on our heating systems to keep us warm and cozy when temperatures drop well into the 50s. We still have a couple more months before we can even think about switching on our air conditioners, so we must keep our furnaces in optimal working condition. To avoid problems altogether, it is important to remain proactive and schedule furnace maintenance in Rome, GA if you haven’t done so already. Remember, it is never too late!

One of the best things you can do for your furnace is to think about the air filter. Many homeowners tend to minimize its importance so they forget to replace it. However, it is recommended that your system’s air filter should be changed every 1–3 months during the heating season. Failure to do so will negatively impact the overall function of your furnace. Keep reading to learn more. 

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Is My Furnace in Trouble?

Monday, December 17th, 2018

We know just how easy it becomes for homeowners to dismiss the importance of prompt heating repair in Rome, GA. The winter weather here is mild, and some days, you might not even turn your furnace on. So, why not hold off on furnace repair? Well, we are here to tell you that waiting to fix your furnace could end up costing you more time and money in the long run.

If you suspect your furnace is in trouble, the best thing to do is contact a professional HVAC technician. Only a pro can accurately diagnose and fix the issue.

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Get the Most From Your Furnace

Monday, January 1st, 2018

servicing-furnaceThere are a lot of different heating systems homeowners today may choose to keep their homes warm and cozy. There will undoubtedly be new innovations to come as well, as technology plays a bigger and bigger role in the HVAC industry. For all of the systems out there, though, the furnace is still the chosen home heating method of many. It is not difficult to understand why when you consider the benefits of the furnace.

Furnaces are relatively affordable compared to systems like radiant heaters, and they can be installed fairly easily—particularly in those homes that already have ductwork for forced air cooling systems. As great as modern furnaces may be, of course, there is no way that you can expect your furnace to excel in its operation if it is not expertly installed and serviced. That is why you should leave your furnace services in Cartersville, GA to our team.

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We Offer Comprehensive Furnace Services

Monday, December 18th, 2017

dog-under-blanketWhen you need furnace service in Cartersville, GA, you need to be certain you are working with trained professionals who will find you the furnace that perfectly suits your home and your personal preferences. You need to be sure that the technicians will install your system properly every step of the way so it functions safely and reliably. You need to know those technicians will do everything necessary to keep your system working at peak performance levels.

Basically, this all boils down to simply calling us. Our team installs and services furnaces from some of the finest, most trusted manufacturers in the industry. Today, we’ll walk you through some options and explain some of the services we have to offer. If you require any clarification or if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to a member of our team. We are happy to answer any questions that you may have.

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