Thayer Air Conditioning Blog: Archive for the ‘Heating’ Category

Can I Repair My Failed Gas Furnace on My Own?

Monday, March 7th, 2022
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Heating is an essential part to the overall livability of a home, and is thus a top priority for many homeowners. In this way, it’s also something that many individuals approach with great urgency upon the need for repair.

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Will Your Furnace Make it to The End of Winter?

Monday, February 21st, 2022
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The weather is probably getting on your nerves, and you’re wondering if your furnace will make it to the end of the season. While you may not have a definite answer to this question, being aware of the lifespan of your heater will help you know what to expect. The average furnace can last up to 15, with electric furnaces lasting around 20 years.

However, any type of furnace is susceptible to malfunctioning. This means that whether you just got a new furnace for your home or you have been using the same one for over five years, it can show signs of poor functioning. But while it’s still serving you well, here are tips to ensure your furnace keeps you warm till the end of winter.

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How to Avoid an Emergency Mid-Season Heating Replacement

Monday, February 7th, 2022
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The heating system in your home is specifically designed for maintaining a comfortable climate in your home. It is highly important that you care and maintain it regardless of the weather.

When your heating system breaks down mid-season or when you least expect it, you end up spending more than necessary.

Our service techs will help out with your heater installation in Schertz, TX, while also helping with regular maintenance.

Follow our proper heating system care tips to prevent emergency breakdown.

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Top Signs Your Home’s Furnace Is in Trouble

Monday, January 24th, 2022
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Have you ever heard your furnace making strange noises and wondered what is happening? Did you ever think it could stop functioning?

Having a properly working heating system is always a priority to many homeowners. If you see signs that your furnace is struggling to work, it could be headed to a bigger problem like breaking down. To ensure your loved ones are safe and to lower your energy bills, you’ll need an expert.

Here you will learn signs that your home’s furnace is in trouble. If you notice any of these signs, call furnace repair in Bulverde, TX.

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Can an Electric Furnace Meet My Home’s Comfort Needs?

Monday, December 27th, 2021
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You know that feeling when you come home from work, and it’s freezing cold? It doesn’t matter if your house is well insulated or if the weather is warm outside—you still need to find a way to get heat.

A gas furnace will likely be more economical for most homeowners, but an electric furnace in Garden Ridge, TX can do the trick too.

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Never Hesitate to Call Us to Repair Your Heater—Here’s Why

Monday, December 13th, 2021
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When you live in a place that has a warm climate through much of the year, like San Antonio, it becomes easy to dismiss problems with a home heating system or delay calling technicians to repair it. You imagine you won’t need the heater in a few days anyway, so maybe you can just coast through until then: get out a space heater, put on a jacket indoors, etc. 

We work with heating repair in Bulverde, TX, and we can tell you that delaying getting a heater fixed is not a good idea. Procrastination when it comes to repairing a major appliance in your home rarely turns out well! We’ll look over some specific reasons to never hesitate to call us when you have a faulty heating system.

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Last Winter Was Tough: Do You Have a Heater That Can Handle This Winter?

Thursday, November 11th, 2021
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Last winter was one of the coldest to ever tear through San Antonio, so you probably are more aware of the heating requirements in your house than ever before. We want our customers to have the effective heating systems necessary for any winter cold shocks that may come this 2021–2022 season. The most important step for most homeowners is to make sure they have a maintenance tune-up and inspection scheduled with our professionals. Nothing helps a heater handle the cold better than this annual service. 

But some of our customers may need a larger service to ensure they have reliable heating: a new heating installation in San Antonio, TX. Are you one of those homeowners with doubts about your heating system’s ability to take on another winter? If so, right now is the best time to schedule a replacement system. We know you don’t want to make this decision in haste, so let’s talk more about your current heater… 

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Heating Maintenance: Just What You Need This Fall!

Monday, September 20th, 2021
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It may seem strange to see us talking about your home heating system when we’re still experiencing days with temperatures in the 80s and even 90s. It’s true that summer weather isn’t finished with us, but nothing holds back winter forever. As we enter fall, it’s time to consider what your home heating system needs. 

And we know what it needs: regular professional maintenance!

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Evaluate Your Heater as Spring Begins

Monday, March 22nd, 2021
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This week marks the official start of spring. We may still run into some cold weather surprises, even into June, but this is when homeowners will begin to turn their thoughts from their heating systems and start planning for warmer weather.

But before you shut off your heating system for the last time this season, take the opportunity to evaluate how well your heater managed the winter. This way you can chart out your heating future—and that may involve getting a new heating system, or possibly a heat pump to handle both heating and cooling. 

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Be Cautious About Furnace Problems This Time of Year

Monday, March 8th, 2021
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We made it through a very cold February, and now many of us are hoping we’ll have an easy shot right to spring. It might happen. Or we might have more cold weather and need our heating systems working for a few more weeks. This is one of the reasons it’s still important to pay attention to your home’s furnace.

We always stress with customers that when a heating system needs a repair, it doesn’t matter the time year it is: the repair must be scheduled as soon as possible. For a gas furnace, it’s especially important because it has the potential to become hazardous if malfunctions are ignored. Even though it’s March, keep an eye out for furnace problems at this time so you can move fast to have them taken care of.

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