Have you ever woken up on a winter morning and it’s so cold in the house you don’t want to get up, only to realize your heater went out overnight? Let’s talk about what you should do if this happens. The first thing you should do is check the things that you can check as the homeowner. Check your thermostat to make sure the settings are correct and also to make sure that it has batteries. If your power went out overnight, it may have shut off and not turned back on properly. Also, check any breakers you can access to see if anything is tripped.
After you have checked everything, you can give a professional a call. When you call, you will be asked questions about what you have reviewed and if your unit is not running or is just not blowing hot air. Please have information about where your system is located and whether it is heat or electric. It’s a good idea to know this information about your unit so that scheduling is quick and easy. Our goal is always to schedule you as soon as possible, which means the sooner you call about any heating issues, the faster we can get to you.
Having heating issues?
Give our office a call at 623.229.4389