Real Comfort Systems Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Heating System Repair’

What’s That Noise? It May Be Your Heater

Monday, April 13th, 2020
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The weather has seemed to be all over the place lately. When temperatures can ricochet between 70 and 50, it is important that you are able to find a comfortable haven in your house. This means that you also need to be able to turn on your heater quickly and know that it is up to the job of keeping you comfortable.

But what if your heating system needs to be repaired? If there is a necessary heating repair in Brunswick, MD, it is far less than likely that your system will be able to provide the comfort you need–it is probably going to drive your energy bills up though!

No comfort and less cash isn’t an ideal situation. Don’t let it happen to you! There are some warning sounds that you should be wary of that will let you know something is up with your heater.

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A Cracked Heat Exchanger: Causes, Dangers, and Solutions

Monday, March 30th, 2020
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Your furnace heater requires regular upkeep. Yearly maintenance can help it run for a good long while with fewer repairs, while timely repairs help keep it running, period. With that said, there are some repairs that are going to be a little less urgent than others, such as a dirty filter needing to be replaced.

While we urge our customers to always reach out to us as soon as they can for their furnace repair in Brunswick, MD, we know there are some fixes that can wait a day or two. But what about the repair needs that should be taken care of ASAP?

Out of all the repair needs your furnace can have, there is one that absolutely can’t be delayed in the least and that is the cracked heat exchanger.

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The Importance of Surge Protectors For Your Heater

Monday, December 9th, 2019
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Our own Carl Harris, CEO of Real Comfort Systems, recently encountered a power surge in his neighborhood when a tree took out a power line, emphasized by a big flash of blue light. Of course, a power surge means that electronics that were plugged in that night were at risk of taking on damage. And, true to form, several homes discovered their heaters were out of commission once the power returned due to their electric motors taking on the full brunt of the power surge.

This incident of course prompted Carl to send the word out to remind our valued customers of the importance of surge protectors. Because, when the lights came back on, those in the neighborhood who had these handy devices installed discovered that the only thing the power surge took with it was the protectors themselves!

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5 Ways to Tell Your Heater Needs Help

Monday, November 25th, 2019
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Maryland is definitely like a slice of paradise. It’s green and fertile and full of interesting bits of history and engaging things to do. With that said, it also has a tendency to get a little chilly.

During these next several months when most of us are more inclined to enjoy the great indoors with a blanket, comfy clothes and hot drinks, we will rely on our heaters quite a bit. However, before you settle in for the human version of hibernation, we would advise that you double-check just how well your heater will operate before you end up without warmth when you really need it the most.

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