Skylake Heating & Air Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Furnace Repair’

Common Furnace Repair Problems

Monday, December 3rd, 2018

Inside a gas furnace. Focus = the top of the middle flange. 12MP camera.We’re in the midst of winter now, and you’ve definitely turned on your heater in our chilly, Utah weather. Have you noticed any problems with your furnace? If you have, it’s time to call for repairs. We understand why many homeowners don’t leap to schedule their repair services. If you’ve dealt with your heater warming your home inefficiently for months, what’s another week? But procrastinating when it comes to your furnace repair can land you in an incredibly inconvenient situation, like going without heat in the dead of an Orem winter, and who wants that? Remain proactive. If you notice problems with your furnace, schedule professional furnace repair with our team.

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Does Your Furnace Need Repairs or Replacing?

Monday, March 26th, 2018

heating-system-maintenanceWe’re coming to the end of heating season, and with warming weather comes the opportunity to assess the state of your furnace. Heating systems get put under a tremendous amount of strain during the winter months, and if you have an older system, you need to carefully check its status at the end of every winter. If it’s working fine, terrific. But if there are lingering problems, you need to determine if repairing the system is the best way to go, or if you need a new heater before next winter.

Ultimately, only you can make that decision. As the homeowner, you know your furnace better than anyone, and can probably tell when it’s ready to be replaced with a new one. However, there are some factors that can help make that decision easier.

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Steps to Take with a Damaged Furnace

Monday, January 30th, 2017

Heating__dreamstime_xl_27415728Winters in Park City, UT are cold, and your furnace (whether gas, electric or propane) becomes far more than a luxury when the temperatures start to fall. That can make homeowners understandably nervous when trouble starts to arise.  The more you know about the proper steps to take when something goes wrong with your heating system, the faster you can react when it runs into a problem.

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