Many homeowners may not be completely aware of the type of heating system they have. Either they haven’t needed to find out because no repairs have been needed, or they don't know how to tell which type of system is installed in their home. Here are some great ways you can know which type of heating system that you have:
These are just a few simple questions to ask or things to look for so you can give your HVAC Technician correct information if you need repairs or an estimate to replace.
Heating, you know how it goes. It seems to ALWAYS go out at the worst possible time. It's -5 degrees outside, there's a blizzard, and you think you may have seen Rudolph's red nose leading Santa's sleigh! Okay, maybe your situation isn't that dramatic, but in the moment it's always so inconvenient.
Instead of throwing your hands up in the air as if to say, "What else can I do?" check out these tips you should absolutely do before emptying your wallet for an HVAC technician to fix a simple problem you could've fixed yourself.
So, without further ado, here's what we suggest you to check before calling your HVAC Technician. Please refer to our previous blog post if you do not know what type of heating system you have.
When your heating fails:
Forced Air Furnace:
Things to remember: