Boise Heating Repair & Home Furnace Repair
Do you need help with heating your home efficiently and effectively? Call us at (208) 939-4475 for reliable Boise heating system installation & repair services.
Keeping your home warm throughout the year, especially during the winter, is the big job your heating system was intended for. But is it still doing its job properly? Have you kept your heating system well-maintained, or have you let repairs fall to the wayside?
Right Now Heating and Air Conditioning is your trusted HVAC service provider serving all of Southern Idaho, including areas in and around Boise, Caldwell, Pocatello and Nampa, ID. Our fully licensed and insured technicians are on hand to provide 24/7 emergency repair service, so you’ll never be left in the cold. Our ‘100% satisfaction guarantee or your money back’ keeps our customers happy. See what customers are saying about our company here.
Signs your Furnace Needs Repair
A furnace is still one of the most popular heating systems used in Idaho. However, without regular maintenance, it begins to show signs of wear-and-tear and is less energy-efficient:
- Strange noises. Loud banging, squealing, or excessive rattling noises are a sure-sign that a component needs repair or lubrication. Constant powering on and off of the blower while puffing cold air indicates a major problem.
- Spike in utility bills. Have your monthly bills increased lately without a reasonable explanation? An old or improperly maintained furnace requires more energy to heat your home.
- Poor air quality and circulation. An older furnace is ill-equipped to properly humidify your home resulting in drier, dustier air. You may have also noticed that some rooms in your home are warmer than others due to poor circulation.
- Yellow flame instead of blue (gas furnace). If you’ve noticed the color of the burner flame on your gas-powered furnace is yellow instead of the normal blue color, it may be a sign of a carbon monoxide leak. Contact a technician immediately and ventilate your home.
Get Year-Round Climate Control with a Heat Pump
The temperatures in Idaho are fairly mild year-round, even in the winter time, so a heat pump is an ideal heating solution here. A heat pump system is an environmentally-friendly way to heat your home. Instead of using up energy to generate new heat, a heat pump is essentially a heat transfer system, extracting existing heat in its surroundings (air, ground, or water) and transferring this heat to your home.
A heat pump uses an evaporator coil and a condenser coil to absorb and release heat. In the summer months, a heat pump is fully-reversible allowing it to act as a cooling system. Did you know there are many federal tax incentives and rebates if you choose to install an eco-friendly heat pump system? Enjoy the energy savings and reduced carbon footprint of a heat pump.
Need help with any heating system? Call Right Now Heating and Air Conditioning at (208) 939-4475 for all your heating needs.