Keep your house warm and cozy all winter with a working heater. If your aging system is showing signs of wear and tear or it’s no longer efficiently heating your house, it can be time to replace your older unit. Call Elite Comfort Systems for heater installation and replacement services in Brentwood, CA. A family-owned and operated company, we offer 24/7 emergency services.
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Signs Your Heater Needs To Be Replaced
When your older heater starts to show signs of aging, it can be time to replace it with a newer unit. Some signs to watch for include:
- Your system needs multiple - or costly - repairs.
- Your utility bills continue to rise, despite not increasing your usage.
- You have a dangerous issue - like a cracked heat exchanger, which can lead to a carbon monoxide leak.
- Your home isn’t heating to the desired temperature.
Some Benefits of Installing a New Heater
While installing a new heater this winter might not be at the top of your to-do list, it provides many benefits that can outweigh any anxiety you might have. Some of the advantages include:
- A more energy-efficient unit, resulting in lower utility bills.
- Increased comfort in your home or building, as you can better control the temperature.
- Even heating throughout your property, eliminating hot and cold spots.
- Better indoor air quality as the new unit can properly remove any dust, dirt, and other debris from the air.
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Common Heater Problems
Occasionally your heater might encounter issues that require professional repairs. Some common problems you might experience include:
- Uneven heating throughout your home. This can create hot and cold spots throughout the property.
- Your unit shuts down unexpectedly before reaching the desired temperature. This can be due to a failing pilot light, faulty wiring, or a malfunctioning thermostat.
- If your system takes too long to heat, and even turning up the thermostat doesn’t help, it can indicate leaky air ducts, a damaged fan motor, or problems with the belts and bearings.