Heating Service Charlotte NC
We hope it doesn’t come as a surprise when we say poorly maintaining your home’s heating system can quickly develop into not only a huge waste of precious energy but also as a way to kill your system quicker. We recommend that every customer contacts a heating service in Charlotte, NC at least once a year at the minimum. Allowing our team to come and inspect your system for any necessary heating repair at least once a year helps you be at peace of mind that you and your family have access to unlimited heat when you need it the most.
Heating and Air Checklist
What do we do during a heating inspection? Good question. Find a list of actions performed by our professionals below:
Clean blower compartment(s)
Adjust and clean the burners (maximizing gas heater efficiency)
Inspect airflow, including a thorough air duct evaluation
Visually inspect the heat exchange
Inspect the operation of the flame and gas pressure
Q: What does HVAC stand for?
A: HVAC stands for Heating, Ventilating & Air Conditioning. It provides heating and cooling to your home, plus improves indoor air quality and ventilation, improving odors & humidity control.
Q: What is the difference between a non-programmable and programmable thermostat?
A: A non-programmable thermostat regulates room temperature to one desired setpoint. The thermostat must be changed manually you want a new in-home temperature. A Programmable thermostat allows you to set certain temperatures throughout the day, allowing you to have an energy-efficient system that can save you money.
Q: What are the benefits of a programmable thermostat?
A: Programmable thermostats are typically electric, making them more efficient and accurate than their traditional, mercury-based counterparts. They also allow you to automatically set the ideal temperature for different seasons or times of the day (we recommend 75 -80 degrees in summer, 68 -72 in winter) without having to constantly adjust the thermostat. You can also set the temperature to to be comfortable during the times when you are home, then to a more cost-efficient setting when you know people will be away from home, such as during work hours.
Q: How can I improve the odors coming from my furnace?
- Improve ventilation
- Poor ventilation in a home can cause unpleasant odors. We can inspect your system to determine if this is the problem.
- Clean the air
- Bacteria, animal dander, dust mites, and mold may also cause a home’s odor problem.
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Work with Charlotte Heating and Air Experts
After we complete your heating maintenance and heating service in Charlotte NC, our technician will provide you with a itemized checklist detailing all that we completed during our appointment, so you know every step we took towards fixing your system. We will let you know if there are larger problems in addition to supplying you with information to help you increase the efficiency of your system during your day-to-day use. One Hour Heating and Air Conditioning works with you like a partner to not only get your system back up-to-date, but to give you the peace of mind you deserve as a homeowner. Contact us today and let’s get started!