“Home” should be synonymous with “comfort.” Residential heating is a vital component of ensuring that comfort. Moreover, that comfort is not only physical. It’s psychological and financial as well. In other words, a furnace that’s working at peak efficiency does more than keep your home’s interior at an ideal temperature — it also saves you money.
Freezing in Plano
We all know North Texas frequently experiences record-setting summer temperatures, but did you know that the region’s average first freeze occurs in November and the last freeze comes in late March?
These National Weather Service records serve to remind residents about the realities of winter in the Greater Plano area, including Allen, McKinney, and Richardson, Texas. With Go Heating, Air & Plumbing, you can warm up to the reassurance that our highly trained HVAC technicians are working in your neighborhood every day.
Heating Repair in Plano
While you may be powerless to change the weather, it’s good to know that you’re in control of indoor comfort at home. The first step, of course, is knowing a highly trusted, widely recommended heating repair specialist in the area.
At Go Heating, Air & Plumbing — the best heating repair company in Plano — our extensive experience making residential heating repairs, installing heating systems and replacing furnaces means that we’ve got answers to your questions.
- Does the temperature vary from room to room in your home no matter what your thermostat setting?
- Is your furnace noisy or shooting out dust?
- Have you had to apply multiple band-aids to your heating system in the past two to three years?
- Are your heating bills are skyrocketing winter-to-winter?
If any of this is true, it could be an indication that your furnace desperately needs at least a tune-up.
It’s a sad fact that we look after our cars, smartphones and home appliances far more often than we service our furnaces. Out of sight, out of mind, perhaps. But avoiding an unbearably chilly surprise when a heater fails during a cold spell is reason enough to give your furnace some TLC without delay.
A fix could be as simple as a tightening a loose connection, unclogging a filter or repairing a faulty motor inducer. Alternately, your furnace may have come to the end of its life. If repairs will run into a significant percent toward the cost of a new furnace, it’s wiser to consider furnace replacement. Also, if your heating system is between 15 and 20 years old, now is probably an ideal time to begin weighing your new furnace options.
If you are ready to begin shopping for a new furnace, Go Heating, Air & Plumbing will send an expert to your home. This friendly, thorough, efficient, trustworthy and dependable individual will provide you with jargon-free options and put your comfort first. To schedule an appointment with a pro from Go Heating, Air & Plumbing , give us a call today.