Do You Need to Schedule Heating Maintenance?
The holidays are almost here, and temperatures are beginning to drop in Folsom, El Dorado Hills and Sacramento. While California benefits from a warmer climate than most states in the country, this isn’t to say that our winters don’t see a handful of uncomfortably cold days. This is the time of year when many homeowners start wondering whether or not their heating systems are ready for the weather ahead of us, and the most effective way to put these concerns to rest is to schedule heating system maintenance.
Not sure whether or not heating maintenance is necessary for your home? Here are a few things to think about, all of which serve as reasons why it’s time to call California Energy Services.
1. Your Heating Bills are Rising, but Comfort Levels are Not
Have you noticed that your heating bill has been increasing lately, yet you simply can’t seem to get your home as comfortable as you’d like it to be? If so, you’re not alone, and it may be a sign that your heating system is experiencing a blockage or other type of impediment. This can cause it to work overtime, all the while never truly getting your home’s internal temperatures to where you’d like them to be.
2. Your Unit is Making a Weird Noise
One of the biggest complaints we hear from homeowners is that their heating units are making strange noises. While it may seem harmless, this is almost always a sign that something is out of whack, and if left unattended, there’s a good chance that things could get worse with time. If you hear your heating system click on and all of a sudden begin to may obscenely loud noises, you know it’s time to make the call.
3. You Notice Your Unit Starting and Stopping Without You Changing its Settings
If you’re just sitting back on the couch and you hear your heating system click on unexpectedly, this is a sign that you may have a problem on your hands. More often than not, this is a result of stalling, and a stalling heating system will only get worse with time. Put an end to the problem with a call to CES.