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Heating Repair Services in Washington, DC
The last thing you want in the middle of winter is to find out that your heating system isn’t working properly. Of course, since that’s when you’re generally using your system, that’s when it’s most likely to break or for a problem that has been lurking below the surface to become evident. When it does happen, however, all you need is to get it fixed quickly, and that’s where Polar Bear Air Conditioning comes in if you live in the Washington, DC and Northern Virginia area.
We can take care of all manner of heating system problems. All you have to do is give us a call and we’ll have someone on the way as quickly as possible. They’ll check out your system, diagnose the problem and let you know how we’ll fix it and how much it will cost right off the bat. We can get the work done quickly and you’ll never have to worry about paying more than you originally thought.
To schedule heating repair in Washington D.C. and the surrounding areas, simply give us a call or fill out our quick and easy form. We'll have a heating expert to your residence in no time!
Washington, DC Heater Repair
Of course, before you can call us, you need to know there’s a problem to begin with. Many heating system problems are quite evident, but that’s not always the case. In fact, you can have a problem with your heating system for quite some time and be completely unaware of it.
Unfortunately, even if you don’t realize that a problem exists, it could still be costing you money or leading to less comfortable conditions in your home than there would be with a fully functioning system. You’ll also probably end up with your system requiring emergency repairs. If you want to avoid that type of situation, though, you’ll need to know how to spot a heating system problem early.
When to Call for Repair Services
A good indication that you may have something wrong with your heating system is the system is making unusual and/or loud noises, or the system is running intermittently for no particular reason. Systems should run for a few minutes without turning off and cycle from there. If the system is turning on and off every few seconds (short cycling), it is not running correctly. A system that isn’t working quite right might not be providing heat equally to all areas of your home. In order to check for this, you may want to get some thermometers to place in different parts of your house so that you’ll know for sure if the temperature is consistent throughout.
Also, if your house is comfortable but the heating system seems to be running all of the time, there is probably something wrong. A heating system that’s working properly should stay on until your home reaches the temperature set on the thermostat and then shut off until the indoor temperature dips below that. If your system can’t seem to get the indoor temperature up to that point, it’s not working the way that it should.
Even if you don’t notice any of these physical signs, you should pay close attention to your energy bill over time. Any sudden increases that can’t be accounted for by a rise in the rates that you’re paying should tip you off that your heating system may be using more energy than it should. A system that needs extra energy to get the same amount of work done isn’t running efficiently and there’s usually an underlying problem that requires professional repairs to remedy.
Schedule Heating REpair Services in Washington, DC
Polar Bear wants to make sure that families in the Washington D.C. and Northern Virginia area are warm and comfortable all winter long. If you think there may be something wrong with your heating system, just give us a call. We’ll be glad to answer any questions you may have and we’ll send someone out as soon as possible to take a look at your system. We know we wouldn’t be in business without our valued customers so we strive to provide the highest level of customer service across the board. Contact us today to schedule heating system repair services in Washington D.C. and the surrounding areas.