Skylake Heating and Air Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Heater Repair’

Why Is My Furnace Making That Noise?

Monday, December 16th, 2019
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If your furnace is running well but you hesitate to turn it on because of the racket that it causes, there is a problem. Your furnace is unlikely to ever be silent, but that doesn’t mean that it should be making noises that imitate noises you’d hear in a haunted house.

If your home has had the opposite of silent nights lately because you’ve been running your furnace heater, you may want to consider calling in a service technician to check things. We suggest this because, aside from those noises being annoying, they are a sign that something needs fixing within your furnace heating system.

If you are unsure whether the sounds you’ve been hearing are being caused by a furnace on the fritz, then allow us to offer you some clarity.

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Tips to Lower Your Heating Bill

Monday, November 18th, 2019
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Orem can get cold. Really cold. And as great as it is to snuggle up with a cozy sweater, a fuzzy blanket, and a hot drink, these things won’t always be enough to truly keep you warm. Thank goodness for the wonderful invention that is the heater!

If, however, the sheer cost of using it has become a concern, keeping warm can be seen as a bit of a double-edged sword. You can choose comfort at a high cost, or you can keep your bills low and shiver all day long.

We want you to know that you should be able to choose both options. Staying warm and enjoying reasonable heating bills shouldn’t be exclusive events. If you are treating them like they are, we have some tips that will help keep you warm and financially happy this winter.

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Take Care of Lingering Furnace Repairs Now

Monday, October 21st, 2019
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A malfunctioning heater may not seem like a big deal until it becomes apparent that it is. Yes, having inconsistent or nonexistent heat is annoying and can become dangerous for children or elderly individuals, but this doesn’t compare to the danger of a carbon monoxide leak or the potential for an explosion.

Yes, that escalated quickly, but we wanted to make sure we got the point across that putting off furnace repairs really isn’t the best of ideas.

While explosions are thankfully somewhat few and far between, ignoring the need for repairs does raise the risk that you will be faced with cold days filled with sporadic bursts of heat or no heat at all.

Not sure if you need repairs? Read on to find out what you should be looking for!

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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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Why You Need Heating Repair Before Winter

Monday, October 22nd, 2018

It’s fall here in Utah. That means that the leaves are changing colors, mornings and evenings bring along crisp fall air, and that pumpkin spice lattes are hot and ready at every coffee shop in the area. It also means it’s time to start thinking about your heating system. If you had any trouble with your heating system last winter or have noticed some troubles this fall, it’s time to repair your heater before we’re in the thick of the chilly winter season. If you need great heating repair in Orem, UT, you need our team here at Skylake Heating & Air. We understand what it takes to keep your Utah home thoroughly warm and cozy all winter long.

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