Heating Repair Experts For Your Severna Park, MD Home
Are you concerned about staying warm in your home during the cold winter months? Do you suspect there’s a problem with your furnace? If you need a heating repair, give Bayside Heating and Cooling a call and one of our friendly technicians will give your needs the attention they deserve.
How Can I Tell I Need Furnace Repair Services?
A furnace or heater breakdown rarely happens instantaneously. There are usually signs you can watch for to know a problem is imminent. Here are a few to keep in mind:
- Difficulty when starting the heater
- Thermostat is faulty or not working
- Inadequate heat in your home
- Poor Indoor air quality
- Visible damage (cracks, leaks, etc.) on your equipment
- Failure of your pilot light
- Clicking, grinding or other abnormal noises coming from your system
- System is freezing up
Any of these could mean that your heater is starting to have major problems. The experts at Bayside Heating and Cooling can check your system top to bottom, inside and out to diagnose what's wrong and present the right solution. We stand behind every repair we do so you can enjoy not only your heat but peace of mind as well.
Consider A Maintenance Plan To Avoid Costly Repairs
We're happy to fix anything that needs fixing, but the better option is always to prevent the repairs in the first place. Our Energy Saver maintenance plan can help you do that. Sign up and you'll have regularly scheduled visits aimed at keeping your system running for a long time to come.
The lifespan of a typical air conditioner is 10 to 15 years. Your unit's performance can last even longer if it is well-maintained.
As a general rule, buying a new unit may be preferable if yours is over ten years old, the warranty has expired, you're encountering more issues frequently, or the cost of repairs is high. It might be preferable to repair your air conditioner if it is less than ten years old, well-maintained, and has not suffered a serious breakdown.
The most frequent cause of furnace issues is dirty filters. Airflow is impeded by dust and dirt, and if the filter becomes overly clogged, the heat exchanger overheats, shuts off prematurely, and your house doesn't warm up. Replace the filter if the blower is running but no heat is coming out. Additionally, a clogged filter contributes to soot accumulation on the heat exchanger, decreasing the furnace's efficiency and shortening its lifespan. The owner's manual details the location and removal of the filter.
There's Only One Call You Need To Make For Heating Repair - A Call To Bayside
If your heater is showing any of the above symptoms, don't delay and wind up with a serious malfunction. Get up with Bayside Heating and Cooling and let our experts straighten your system out. Message us online or give us a call at 410-544-2665 today!