Residential Heating Services In Woodburn, OR
Is your heating system failing to keep your house warm? Call us for services in Marion, Polk, Clackamas, and Yamhill Counties.
Is your furnace making odd sounds? Or is your heater running but it’s not heating your house to the setting on the thermostat? You need an expert to inspect your unit. A technician can check out your system, make sure it’s running properly, and repair any problems he finds. Call Advantage Heating & Air Conditioning, LLC for heating system repairs and replacements in Woodburn, OR. When you call us, we will provide you with safety, comfort, and peace of mind.
We provide complete heating services to Woodburn, including:
- Heater Repair
- Heater Installation
- HVAC Conversions
- Furnace Repair
- Furnace Installation
- Zone Control Systems
- Heat Pump Services
- Packaged HVAC Units
- Smart Home Thermostats
What To Expect During a Routine Heater Tune-up?
Our experts, who are the best-trained technicians in the area, recommend having your heater tuned up at least once a year to keep it running correctly. During these services you can expect our professionals to perform the following tasks:
- Shut off the power to your unit so he can safely inspect the system.
- Check all of the inner components to ensure everything is working as expected.
- Recommend replacing any old or worn-out parts that could fail in the near future.
How To Keep Your Furnace Maintained?
To keep your furnace running all winter, it’s important to perform the following maintenance tasks:
- Schedule a yearly inspection with a technician.
- Replace the filters regularly, usually about every three months. This can help remove dust, pet dander, and other particles from the unit.
- Install a carbon monoxide monitor.
- Schedule an inspection of your air ducts to ensure they are properly sealed.
- Check the blower to ensure it’s working properly and there are no obstructions.
- Inspect the outside of the chamber to look for defects such as rust, holes, or separated seams.
- Clean the burners with fresh water to remove any dust and debris.
- Clean the sensor and pilot with a wire brush and emery cloth.
- Check the “high limit” on the system to prevent overheating. Make sure the gas meter is also clocked to check the rate of fuel usage.
- Clean the area around the unit to ensure it’s clear for a technician to access the system.
Common Heater Issues
Unfortunately, from time to time your heater may experience issues that require professional repairs. Some common problems can include:
- Uneven Heating: Hot and cold spots around your property could indicate that your system is failing.
- Shuts Down: If your system shuts on and off frequently it can be due to faulty wiring, a failing pilot light for gas-powered systems, or even a malfunctioning thermostat.
- Long Time To Heat: If your unit takes a long time to heat up, and even cranking up the thermostat to higher levels doesn’t appear to be doing too much to accelerate the heating process, it can signal you have leaky air ducts, a damaged fan motor, or a problem with the belts and bearings.