Tips For Efficient Furnace Repair

staff : November 19, 2015 9:16 pm : Uncategorized

Let’s face the cold, hard facts. As winter approaches, the temperatures are going to plummet, and we inevitably face freezing weather in the months to come. In order to best prepare and ensure you and your loved ones are safe and comfortable it’s important to make the time to have your heater inspected. Few things are worse than your system malfunctioning in the middle of a winter storm, and simple furnace repair performed now can save you hundreds of dollars and hours of stress later on during the season.

Common Areas of Concern

Even if you’re furnace seemed to be working well last season, you must keep in mind that it’s had a long summer off. Just as it’s not good for a car to sit unused for long periods, there are problems that can occur as your heater sits dormant. Some of the common issues people encounter as they light their heater for the winter include:

  • A broken thermostat that results in no heat being generated
  • Problems with fan heaters, belts and bearings that prevent circulation
  • Pilot or ignition issues that prevent or limit heat
  • Clogged or dirty filters
  • Inconsistent maintenance schedule over the life of the furnace

Never Too Late to Start

The furnace can be an easy appliance to neglect. Many people fail to have regular maintenance performed, only calling on the services of an HVAC technician when things go wrong. Unfortunately, in many cases, by that time it’s too late for an inexpensive fix. Whether you have noticed strange noises coming from your heater or inconsistencies in your monthly heating bill, now’s the time to have your furnace inspected. It’s never too late to give your unit the attention it needs, and it’s best to do so before the temperatures plummet.

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Heating Service

staff : December 2, 2013 9:14 pm : Uncategorized

For all of your heating needs in St George, we are here to help you!

Call Now to Schedule your:

Furnace Service and Tune up

This is a great way to be reassured that your Heating System will keep your St George Home warm all winter long.

Call Now! 435-817-9300

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Air Conditioning in Summer

staff : June 18, 2013 3:20 pm : Uncategorized

St George Air Conditioning

Summers can be brutal in St George, Utah.air conditioning st george utah

Your air conditioning unit needs to be in top notch condition to keep your home at a comfortable temperature.

St George Heating and Air Conditioning can offer your a/c service or repair with just a phone call.

Don’t wait til you a/c unit stops working get an overhaul or air conditioning service today!

Call Now To Schedule

(435) 817-9300

…and rest assured that your air conditioning unit will be keeping you feeling great all summer long!

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How To Winterize Your Furnace

staff : January 23, 2013 11:32 pm : Uncategorized

How to Winterize Your Furnace 

Winter is the one season of the year when you need to take extra steps to make sure everything is prepared. From cars to hot tubs to your home, winterizing is a must for cold weather climates. In regards to your house, proper winterization is necessary for furnaces. There is no worse time for this unit to malfunction or stop working; you can hire a contractor, but bear in mind that you will be without heat until the furnace is up and running again. To avoid having to deal with a nightmare such as this, here is a checklist of things you will want to run through before the temperatures outside start falling.

Winterizing Your Furnace the Right Way

  • Thoroughly clean out the interior and exterior of the furnace with a vacuum. This will allow you to see if there is any mechanical damage present. Take this time to inspect all the components as well.
  • Check and replace the air filter if necessary; consider buying a high-quality permanent filter to avoid replacements during the winter
  • Inspect the fan belt and tighten it to the specified torque; replace the belt if there are cracks or visible surface damage present
  • Check the igniter if you have a gas furnace; you don’t want this part going out during winter

The first thing you will want to do is clean your furnace inside and out. This can be done easily with a shop vacuum hose. Clear way any dust and debris from all the nooks and crannies that may be covering damaged areas. You can the move onto the filter; replace it if necessary and buy in bulk to make this job easier later on. You can always buy a permanent (washable) filter to eliminate the hassle altogether. Make sure the fan belt is running properly; furnace belts tend to become loose over time. Do not overlook any cracks or fraying, as these are signs that a replacement is in order. Lastly, check to make sure the igniter is lighting fine (if you have a gas furnace). This is a cheap, but essential part for your heating your home.

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Senior Games

staff : October 10, 2012 5:07 pm : Uncategorized

St. George is a great city and with the changing of the seasons we want to let you know of the activities that are happening right now.  We are offering a Furnace Tune Up Special call us for details (435) 817-9300.

Aladdin is playing tonight and tomorrow at the Tuachan Ampitheatre it is a great show for all.

The Huntsman World Senior Games starts today with various competitions throughout the St. George area.  If you get a chance check out the Calendar to see a few of the games it should be fun for all.

Have a great day and enjoy the weather.

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Air Purifiers For Your Home – Save Energy With an Eco-Friendly Air Cleaner

sitedesign : October 27, 2010 12:40 pm : HVAC

An air cleaner for your home can make a big difference in the quality of the air that you and your family breathe. Finding the right air purifier can save you loads of money, but there are many options to choose from. It’s important to know what to look for when thinking to buy an eco-friendly air cleaner.
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