Keep Your Home Warm with Heating Repairs
Posted on: November 25, 2015
When the cold fronts start rolling into Belleair, it’s time to make sure that any heating repair services are taken care of. You don’t want to be left dealing with the surprisingly low evening temperatures, so contact Midway Services to keep you nice and toasty all winter long.
Signs You Need Heating Repairs
Besides the distinct chill in the room, there are many signs you may notice that indicate the need for heating repair. Call an expert right away if you notice:
- Burning smells in your vents
- Incorrect temperature readouts
- Gas appliances that don’t ignite
- A pilot light that’s out
Although these signs don’t necessarily indicate an emergency, it’s important that you address them before they progress. By examining your appliances, a technician may also be able to tell you where you could be saving energy and lowering your monthly utility bills.
What Midway Can Do For You
You may not realize it, but there are many different parts of your home that rely on a functional heater. Some of the most common reasons our Belleair clients call us in for assistance include:
- Furnace maintenance
- Boiler malfunctions
- Heat pumps
- Gas-powered appliances (dryers, ranges, etc.)
It is important that you are not left without heat in Belleair’s cooler months, and no matter what time of year it is, you do not want to deal with a stovetop malfunction or a water heater failure. If you notice that it takes longer to warm up the shower water, if you have the heat turned on but no warmth is being emitted, or your gas burners do not catch, it is time to call for a heating repair.
Call in the Pros at Midway
Our staff is certified and trained to handle even the most difficult of heating repairs in Belleair. For regular maintenance of boilers, radiators, and other heat mechanisms, keep us on speed dial. We’ll have your appliance back up and running as soon as possible, thanks to our same-day service and 24-hour assistance. Our technicians will be able to assist you with other routine upkeep procedures such as duct cleaning, vent filtration, insulation, appliance installation, central heating, and more.