Heater Repair

Heater Repair in Yakima

Experts Keeping Your Home Warm All Winter Long

With winter temperatures often dropping below freezing here in Washington, a functioning heater is absolutely crucial. Here at Vance Heating & Air Conditioning, our team is dedicated to keeping your house or business comfortable as can be. When something is wrong with your system, we are here to provide careful, reliable heater repair in Yakima. Each member of our team has undergone extensive training and is equipped with the advanced tools necessary to work with all makes and models of heaters. In our 30+ years of service, whether you need heater repair or heater installation, we have encountered every heater problem imaginable and guarantee that we can provide a lasting solution.

Reach out to our team online or by calling (509) 204-9331 to schedule heater repair in Yakima.

4 Signs You Need Heater Repair

After years of extensive use, a heater often begins showing signs of aging. In order to avoid dealing with a completely broken-down heater, it is best to become informed of all the signs that your heater needs to be repaired. Even seemingly minor issues with your system can worsen over time and lead to major damage, so it is always best to call out a Yakima heater repair tech as soon as you notice something is wrong.

You should schedule heater repair if:

  • Energy Bill Is High -
    If you notice that your energy bill is high, this is one of the first signs that something could be wrong with your heating system. This could be your heater not running as efficiently as it once was.
  • Uneven Heating & Cold Spots -
    Do some parts of your home feel colder or more drafty and no matter how high you turn your thermostat up, it never seems to warm that part of the room. This is usually a common problem in homes that have ductwork issues. Give our Yakima heating repair technicians a call to have them inspect your heater.
  • Bad Air Quality -
    Does your home seem a bit more dusty or even have a haze and it doesn't matter how much you make sure to keep everything clean, it doesn't seem to work. This could be a sign that your heater isn't working properly and maybe circulating dust or even other harmful contaminants through your home. Make sure that your filter has been changed and if it still seems to not help, call us right away.
  • Your Heater is Making Strange Sounds Such as Screeching, Humming, or Banging -
    Even heaters that are in good repair, make some noise If you notice your furnace has been making loud bangs or clangs, it could be a sign that something is wrong with your heater. As heaters and furnaces get older, they tend to make much more noise.

No matter the issue at hand, our team has the expertise necessary to deliver the right solution. We are skilled at getting to the actual root of the problem and determining the best course of action moving forward. That means we get the job done right the first time, every time.

Most Common Heater Problems

Once the temperatures begin to drop, our team receives a ton of both residential and commercial heater repair calls as well as calls for AC repair and even AC installation. As a leader in the HVAC industry, we have handled every repair possible. From minor issues to full-blown heater breakdowns, our team has seen it all and can get your system back into great condition in no time.

Some of the most common heater problems include:

  • Clogged air filters
  • Constantly cycling on and off
  • Malfunctioning thermostats
  • Lack of proper maintenance
  • Extremely high energy bills
  • Broken ductwork
  • Yellow pilot lights
  • Leaking units
  • Weak airflow

How Can I Prevent Heater Repairs?

The key to keeping your heater in top shape is heater maintenance. We rely heavily on our heaters to help us through the bitterly cold days, which means they experience plenty of wear. Much like your car, your heater needs to be routinely inspected and tuned up by a qualified professional in order to ensure that it maintains peak performance. Routine maintenance reduces the chances of your heater breaking down, keeps your energy bills low, enhances your indoor comfort, improves your indoor air quality, and increases your system’s energy efficiency. Skipping out on routine maintenance on the other hand, can cut the life expectancy of a heater in half.

Experts recommend scheduling maintenance on your heater every year, preferably in the early fall. Having your system maintained during fall is the easiest way to guarantee that it will get you through another cold Washington winter!

Call (509) 204-9331 to schedule heater repair in Yakima. Our team looks forward to serving you.


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