Let our professional team handle your heating repair needs
When the temperature drops and your heater stops working, it can be a real hassle. Our professional heating repair team at X-Treme Temp Heating and Cooling, LLC can help ensure you stay warm this winter if your heater needs to be fixed.
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COMMON HEATER SYSTEM REPAIRS
Your heater works hard, especially during those northeastern winters. Some common heating repair problems include:
CALL X-TREME TEMP FOR HEATING REPAIRS
Our family and veteran-owned company has been specializing in heating repairs for years. Our diagnostic technicians are highly trained to professionally handle any repair that comes their way, providing fast, affordable, and trustworthy service.
All inspections performed will include a detailed assessment and written estimate, keeping you well informed of any work that needs to be done and an upfront cost evaluation so that there aren’t any surprises. We are dedicated to the comfort of our customers, and losing heat in the middle of winter just won’t do. Call us today at (203) 815-6851 for any heater repair problem you might have.
Depending on furnace repair needs, the cost of furnace repair normally ranges between $200 to $1000. These costs can change drastically based on what type of furnace you have, the age of your furnace and the extent of repairs. For example, a simple blower motor repair can cost between $150 and $450, while total blower motor replacement can cost up to $2,000, depending on the model. So, costs for repairs can vary greatly.
X-Treme Temp will run a full diagnostic of your system for only $119 plus tax.
No. It is simply not safe to repair a heat exchanger. If your heat exchanger is cracked it must be replaced, or the furnace must be replaced. Cracks in the heat exchanger might cause carbon monoxide leakage over time. Maintain a carbon monoxide detector in the vicinity of your furnace.You do not want to risk letting carbon monoxide exhaust out into the living area.
It depends on the type of furnace you own as to what the problem may be. If you have a gas furnace it most likely will be a problem with the igniter/pilot light going bad. It could also be that you are out of gas or have issues with the thermostat. If you have an oil furnace it could also be a thermostat issue or that you are having an issue with the oil.
Across the board, dirty air filters are frequently to blame for an inefficiently functioning furnace. Because air filters catch dust, grime, and debris, they can limit or block crucial air movement over time, scorching the heat exchanger and preventing your furnace from operating properly. Make sure you change your filters at least once every 90 days, and more frequently if you have pets or family members with respiratory problems.
Check the furnace filter and turn off the furnace at the thermostat. If the filter is dirty, replace it. You may need to contact a specialist to assist you with resetting the furnace. Filters should be replaced every three months or as directed by the manufacturer's instructions.
It may also be that the burner is off on reset if you have an oil furnace. If you have a gas furnace there may be a problem with the ignition.