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  1. AC Repair | Furnace Repair | Water Heater Repair - Facts 360

  2. Synopsis • AC Repair: Maximising Professional’s Service • The Do’s and Don’ts of AC Repair • Attention Homeowners: Three Devastating Results of Neglecting One Annual Task • Signs That It is Time for Furnace Repair • Water Heater Repair: What to Look for in a Specialist • What Are 5 Signs That You Need Water Heater Repair?

  3. AC Repair: Maximising Professional’s Service • Ask for warranty • Professionals offer a warranty to services they provide. Hence, if the same issue on your air con units occurs, you do not need to pay them again. For warranty, service and parts may be included or just the service. Although, you can negotiate for broader and more prolonged warranty covers most of the time it comes at an additional charge. • Let them repair all issues • If other issues came out other than the reason why you contacted the professional AC repair specialist, ask them to fix it together with the original reason you contacted them. Therefore you do not need to pay multiple service fees as they will fix all issues all at once. Other than the fact that you get immediate savings by paying a one-time service fee, you will also save yourself from paying more in case the issue was left unfixed for a more extended period, or the matter was left unnoticed.

  4. The Do’s and Don’ts of AC Repair • Do ask for professional service immediately • If you observe something unusual as for how your AC operates, make sure to call a professional right way. Do not wait for the issue to get more complicated before you act as that will just make the issue worse. Some AC repairs can be fixed without replacing parts but if time lapses, the easy fix may need complicated repair or worse may not be repairable at all. • Do not attempt to work on complicated AC repairs • Cleaning the air duct, repairing the motor, adjusting refrigerant level, fixing leaks and professionals should only perform other complicated AC repair. Trying to repair any of these complicated tasks may result in further damage and could be dangerous to operate. • Do not hire AC repair specialist immediately • It is your responsibility to look for a professional AC repair specialist far before you need their service. You should not wait for the immediate need to come before you look for one as most of the time, rushing will lead you to wrong decisions.

  5. The Do’s and Don’ts of AC Repair • Do not use AC until a professional service provider arrives • Turn off your unit immediately after you observe changes as for how it operates. Forcing the AC motor may lead to further damages. Turn it off and never use it until an AC repair specialist told you to do so. • Do take advantage of your warranty • Before you call someone else to work on AC repair, check your warranty card first. Most AC units, especially brand-new ones, are covered under warranty. Check your warranty card and see whether the date and issue are included. Having someone else not authorized by the manufacturer to repair the AC will completely void the warranty.

  6. Attention Homeowners: Three Devastating Results of Neglecting One Annual Task • Cosmetic Irritation • While there are scents that can originate with your furnace, there is plenty of cause for the benign odour to permeate the residence. For example, an oily smell could indicate the need for a new filter or a clog somewhere else within the system. Another being a wet or “musty” smell, which could point toward a more irritating, yet completely vindicated cause by normal “wear and tear.” Routine maintenance checks can catch these issues before you need to invest in neutralizing odour spray for your home. Luckily, this side effect is more of a nuisance than an emergency. • Signals of Present Danger • But as dreadful as it is to consider, there are also more formidable smells that can infiltrate the home as well, because of neglect. The first that comes to mind as the poster child for red flags is the rotten egg odour. This could signify a much more significant issue than standing water, such as a gas leak.

  7. Attention Homeowners: Three Devastating Results of Neglecting One Annual Task • Chemical, electric, or smoky smells are much more familiar and would be much more quickly detected, yet just as harmful as the dreaded “egg.” If you were to catch a whiff of any of those above, you need to gather your family and exit the home as quickly as possible before contacting an authority on the situation. Your family’s safety is extremely more important than trying to find the cause or remedy by yourself. • Exponential Increase in Expense • Keeping good faith that you have not run into any dangerous issues concerning foreign gas inhalation, you still run the risk of breaking the bank. As pricey as an annual inspection may be, it is much more expensive to shell out for major repairs, and especially for complete gut and replacement. On average, a furnace inspection can cost a homeowner around one hundred dollars, while, an alternative (including installation) will average around three-thousand dollars. This means that the cost of replacement is equivalent to thirty years of annual inspections, which is a very common mortgage life.

  8. Signs That It is Time for Furnace Repair • The furnace is constantly running • If it is running almost continuously, furnace repair may be needed. You must check two things when this sign happens, one, the thermostat and two the seal of your house. If it cycles on and off often than the usual, turning off after few minutes, the inspection should also be considered. • No heat • It is highly encouraged that you check on the furnace way before the winter comes to give you enough time if there are any furnace repairs required. If it is not producing any heat, check switches and all corresponding circuit breakers before finally calling for service.

  9. Signs That It is Time for Furnace Repair • The furnace is producing odour • The musty and dusty odour is normal during the first use or season, but as the odour continues, furnace repair may be required. Checking and replacing filters should be done first, as smell mostly is coming from the air filter. If there is a burning odour, immediately turn off your system and call for a professional HVAC company’s help. • Banging sounds when the system turns on • Most furnaces relatively operate and run quietly. Hammering or banging sounds may be typical of the radiator heat system, but the noise should not be too loud. When there is screeching or squealing sound all the time the system is turned on, call for a furnace repair specialist may be required. Most of the time the noise is coming from the blower motor. If this is the case, the blower should be repaired or adjusted. Grinding, banging and too loud pops are signals of immediate furnace repair.

  10. Water Heater Repair: What to Look for in a Specialist • Provide 24-hour service • Water heater repair may come any time of the day; it can be very early in the morning or very late at night. The service provider that can help you anytime you need them is necessary. Those who are available to render emergency service should be on your priority list. You would not want to wait the next business hour just to take a bath and go to work, repairing the water heater issue should be done as you need it. • They specialize your water heater type • There are many types of water heaters, solar water heater, electric water heater, gas water heater to name a few, and water heater repair. Calling a professional repairer that specializes your water heater type is necessary. Not all who service electric water heater can service gas type and vice versa. It is best to be very clear on what you need, as the moment the repair specialist goes out the office to visit your site you must pay them whether or not repair is performed.

  11. Water Heater Repair: What to Look for in a Specialist • They are highly trusted • One of the best ways to measure capabilities and trust rating of a repair specialist, not limited to water heater repair, is their tenure. The longer they provide service in this industry the better. They cannot last long in the industry of water heater repair if there are severe cases and complaints filed against them. And with the marketing competition of this type of service, no company will be able to last long unless they are providing satisfactory or exceeding satisfactory service. • They are insured and licensed • Water heater repair can be a bit dangerous, as it may involve electricity or gas, so it is always recommended that you ensure that the repair specialist you hire has comprehensive insurance as you do not want to be held liable in case an accident happens while they are working within your vicinity.

  12. What Are 5 Signs That You Need Water Heater Repair? • Water Takes on A Rusty Color • One of the signs that you need water heater repair or the total replacement of a water heater is this. When you turn the hot water on, instead of getting water that is clear in appearance, you get water that is rusty in color. Seeing this is not something that is pleasing to all. • There Isn’t Any Hot Water • Another sure symptom of water heater trouble is when there is no hot water coming out at all. What this means is simple. One is that the pilot light may have gone out or that the circuit breaker may have tripped somehow. The last of the three elements may be that the water heater has come to the end of its life or that you need water heater repair right away.

  13. What Are 5 Signs That You Need Water Heater Repair? • Water That’s Muddy or Sandy Looking Means What? • Water that is muddy or sandy in look may mean that you have a build-up of sediment in the water tank itself. Water heater repair may or may not be needed here. The contents can be drained and the residue removed to get the water heating back in operation. • Water Has Metal Smell and Or Taste • If the water from your water heater smells or tastes like metal, this can very well mean, you do need water heater repair or replacement. It is a sure sign that the water heater is about to die and grit/ flakes have come from the inner tank and are mingling with the water of your water supply. • Water Is Warm but Not Hot • If the water from your water heater feels warm but not hot, this could be that the heating element is burning out. Make sure that the thermostat is set at the temperature of 120 and 140 degrees. If the temperature is lower than this, it can make the water warm and not hot.

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