RKM Heating and Air Conditioning Blog: Posts Tagged ‘heater repair’

Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Put Off HVAC Services

Monday, February 11th, 2019

service-timeIn Southern California, there’s really no wrong time to have your heater serviced. If you lived in Vermont, sure, we would suggest having that done before the worst of winter takes hold. But with our weather, we can get away with having to service our furnace in the middle of the cold season.

That being said, we’re not suggesting that you wait until the last minute to have your heater serviced. In fact, we don’t recommend having any HVAC services in Mission Viejo, CA done at the very last minute. As soon as you notice a problem, it’s always a good idea to call it in. Almost nothing good comes out of putting it off! For example:

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It’s Not Too Late to Schedule Your Annual Furnace Maintenance

Monday, December 17th, 2018

technician-overlooking-gas-furnaceIf you’ve been using your furnace since the beginning of fall and still haven’t had a maintenance check, you might be thinking that you’re off the hook. We don’t blame you—if you’ve already made it to winter, why not just take your chances and see if you can make it through to spring?

Of course, we’re only asking that rhetorically. Neglecting your heating maintenance is never something that we would condone for homeowners! Not only is it terribly inefficient for your system, but it will also introduce the risk of some serious danger to your home and your family. We’ll explain in more depth down below.

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I Don’t Feel the Heat From My Furnace

Monday, November 5th, 2018

cold-man-inspecting-thermostatNo heater in the world is going to make your home feel warm within mere seconds, or even minutes. Especially if you’ve allowed your home to get cold as an icebox! It will take even more time to heat up, in that case.

But we’re not saying we don’t believe you when you say you don’t feel the heat. If you feel air that is distinctly not warm coming out of your air vents–or can’t feel any air at all–it could be a sign that you need repairs. A furnace that isn’t blowing hot air could be suffering from one of these issues:

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