Nicholson's Heating and Air Conditioning, Inc. Blog: Posts Tagged ‘White Hall’

Is Your Heater Reliable Enough for Your Home?

Monday, February 14th, 2022

What does reliability mean to you? When we ask you what’s reliable in your life, what do you think of? Are there reliable people who will always be there to help you when you need them? Is your car reliable enough to get you to work every day without breaking down? These are the aspects of reliability that we want you to be thinking about when you focus on your heater.

When you’re trying to decide on heater repair in White Hall, AR, it’s important to look at the big picture. How long will these repairs last? Are there other components in your heating system that are going to break down? If things are looking bleak, then your heating system might not be as reliable as it should be. That’s why we’re going to talk about how to figure out whether your heater is reliable.

Keep reading to learn a few tips to understand the reliability of your heater and how to make your system more dependable in a pinch.

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Top 5 Heater Noises to Be Wary of

Monday, January 17th, 2022

Heaters can make a lot of noise, but they’re usually a sign that they need to be fixed so they can stop making noise. We’re not here to tell you which noises are good and which noises are bad. In fact, if your heater is making a loud noise that’s bothersome, we recommend you call our team for support regardless of what the noise sounds like. If you take anything away from this blog, it should be that noises aside from a gentle whirring and the sound of a swift warm breeze are always bad.

Now, let’s talk about why we’re really here. Homeowners might know that their heating system can make noises when it’s in trouble, but they’re not accustomed to some of the noises a heater can make. When it comes to heating in White Hall, AR, there are a few sounds that are more common than others. From booming to buzzing, we’ll tell you about the most common sounds we hear coming from malfunctioning heating systems, and what they signify.

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