Heater Repair – Serving Macon and Warner Robins, GA
North Macon Heating and Cooling is Middle Georgia’s number one choice for prompt and professional heater repairs. Quality and customer service are our top concerns, so you can rest assured that your heater repair is in good hands. We provide customers with emergency heater repairs, so no matter what time of day your heater breaks down, we arrive to fix the problem as quickly as possible. We are pleased to offer our light commercial and residential clients quality service — 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
We service all makes and models of heating systems including:
Regular Maintenance Prevents Unforeseen Breakdowns
The most common cause of a broken heater is lack of maintenance. Our goal at North Macon Heating and Cooling is to ensure top performance and prevention of costly breakdowns by providing regular maintenance to heating and air conditioning systems, which prevents emergencies and saves money!
Common Furnace Problems
Furnace breakdowns can be caused by several factors. The most common are lack of maintenance, dirty or clogged filters, wear and tear, control problems, and thermostat malfunctions. At North Macon Heating and Cooling, we can repair all of these problems and more, but it is important to determine whether it may be time to install a new heating system.
If you are unsure about whether or not to replace your furnace, here are a few warning signs to look out for:
- The average life of a heating system is 10-12 years. If your furnace has a pilot light there’s a good chance it is 25 years old or older.
- Have you noticed an increase in your monthly gas or electric bill? Most invoices will show your expense for the same month of the previous year.
- Have you made several repairs in the last two to three years to your heating system?
- Does your home seem to be evenly heated or are you constantly adjusting the thermostat? Your unit may be unable to properly distribute heat.
- Is your gas furnace making odd noises, such as banging or popping? This usually starts happening toward the end of its life.
- Have you or your family felt sicker than normal? As a gas furnace ages it can begin to emit carbon monoxide.
- Does your home seem dry or dusty? Older units have a difficult time cleaning and moisturizing your air.