Middleton Heating Repair, Installation & Replacement
Replacing an old, inefficient heater may save you money in the long run. Call (208) 585-5868 for expert Middleton heating repair, installation & replacement.
You know you need to replace you old heater when: you have more ‘broken-down’ days than good days; your local technician knows the name of your dog; and you’ve lost track of how much money you’ve spent on repairs in the past year.
Right Now Heating and Air Conditioning is the top HVAC business operating in and around Middleton, ID. We understand that not all emergencies occur during regular business hours. That’s why our team of fully licensed and insured technicians are available 24/7 for emergency repair services. If you’re not completely happy with the service you receive, we’ll give you back your money — guaranteed. See what past customers are saying about us here.
Signs Your Heater Needs Replacement
Age. Most gas-powered heaters last between 16 to 20 years, while oil heaters last around 10 years. When your heater has been in your home for over a decade, it’s a good time to begin considering replacement heater options.
Repeated breakdowns. An old heater breaks down the most during the last two years of its lifespan. It may make financial sense to simply get a replacement instead of shelling out money for temporary repairs.
Rust. Sometimes rust appears on the flue pipes or pipe connections — never a good sign. Rust weakens surfaces which make your heater more prone to cracks and leaks.
Increasing Energy Bills. If you’ve noticed a hike in your monthly utility bill with no explanation, your old heater is consuming more energy to heat your home.
The savings you get from a newer high-efficiency heater can save you between 20% to 50% of your regular energy bill.
What Does a Heat Pump Do?
A heat pump relies on a system of heat transfer to heat your home. Instead of generating new heat which consumes more energy, it simply extracts existing heat from its surroundings and transfers it to your home.
Similar to a refrigerator system, a heat pump contains two heat exchanger coils which circulate refrigerant between them. The evaporator coil absorbs heat and the condenser coil releases the heat. Heat pumps can be powered by electricity or natural gas.
The great thing about heat pumps is that they can be fully reversed in the summer time. Instead of heating your home, the heat pump can cool it.
Extra Middleton Heating Services
Heating and Air
Heater Repair & Maintenance
Heater Installation & Replacement
Furnace Installation & Replacement
Furnace Repair & Maintenance
Heat Pump Services
Gas Log Fireplaces
Propane Heater Service
Water Heater Services
Be proactive and maintain your heating system before it breaks down. Need a replacement and installation? Our qualified professionals can help. Call Right Now Heating and Air Conditioning at (208) 585-5868 to schedule an appointment.