The cooler seasons can bring a welcome relief from the heat and humidity of the Houston Metro area. Homeowners also likely appreciate a break from the high cooling bills. However, once the cool season is in full swing it will be time to kick on the heater. Whether your home is heated by a heat pump or a natural gas heater, it will need professional attention from time to time to keep it from breaking down when you need it most.
Whether you need heating repairs, maintenance, or need to schedule a new furnace installation, Morrow Mechanical has you covered. Our NATE-certified technicians are some of the highest-rated in the area for customer satisfaction.
We serve all house owners across the Conroe area and the surrounding neighborhoods of:
- Greater Heights
- Southwest Houston
- Indian Springs
- Panther Creek
- Decker Prairie
- Alden Bridge
- The Village of Grogan's Mill
- Gleannloch Farms
- Champion Forest
- College Park
- Sterling Ridge
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How Often Should I Schedule a Heater Tune-Up
Heating maintenance is an important step in home maintenance. Heating and furnace equipment represents a substantial investment in your home as well as a decent chunk of your monthly budget. Doesn’t it make sense to keep it running longer and more efficiently?
At Morrow Mechanical, our goal is to keep your heaters and furnaces running their best with the highest standards of furnace maintenance service in the industry. During furnace maintenance and tune-up, our technicians will perform tasks like:
- Check the burner for defects and clean it to prevent fires or inefficient operation.
- Check electrical connections for proper amperage draw and tightness of fittings.
- Inspect visible ductwork and flue piping.
- Verifying refrigerant levels.
- Ensure filters are being replaced to protect air quality.
- Correct any mechanical deficiencies found.
Once our tune-up is complete, homeowners in the Greater Houston Area can expect their heating equipment to last longer and operate more cheaply. Homeowners who schedule routine tune-ups routinely find that they save money in the long run with better maintenance.
Options for Heating Replacement
Although it may be a stressful chapter in the life of a homeowner, replacing a heater is likely something that most people will have to do at least once. Luckily, with the right help, the task of central heating installation doesn’t have to be daunting. The first step to replacing a heater is to determine the style of heater you want. Popular options include:
- Gas Furnaces: Gas furnaces are a popular choice because they heat quickly by burning natural gas. If a gas furnace is already in place in your home then this is likely the best choice.
- Heat Pumps: Heat pumps can be used to heat and cool a home. They can be installed in the existing footprint of a central AC system. Heat pumps are energy-efficient and last longer than most gas furnaces.
Many homeowners choose to stick with the style that they are currently using in their homes. However, when deciding to replace a heater, it is the best time to decide if you want to try something new. The experts at Morrow Mechanical can help!
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Choosing a Heating Service Company
As a homeowner, you have enough to worry about when it comes to keeping things together around the house. Worrying about your central heating system shouldn’t be one of them. Finding reliable and trustworthy people to help you can make the tasks associated with homeownership a lot easier. Morrow Mechanical wants to be your go-to company for AC and heater repairs.
We have been active in the Conroe area for over 20 years and in that time we have provided stellar customer service for thousands of people. Our technicians are all licensed and certified to work on all residential heating systems. We install Lennox and Goodman systems and provide factory maintenance on them so your warranty is always good.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why does my heat go to auxiliary?
If your heat goes to auxiliary, it means that there is something wrong with your heating system. Most likely, the problem is with your furnace.
There are a few things that you can do to troubleshoot the problem and try to fix it yourself. First, check to make sure that the furnace filter is clean and replace it if necessary. Next, make sure that all of the vents in your home are open and that there is nothing blocking them. Finally, call a professional heating repair company to come to take a look at your system and fix the problem.
Is there a way to reset your furnace?
It's always a good idea to know how to reset your furnace in case of an emergency. Here's a quick rundown of how to do it:
First, turn off the power to your furnace at the breaker box. Then, remove the access panel and locate the reset button on your furnace. Once you've found the button, press and hold it for about 30 seconds. Finally, turn the power back on at the breaker box and test your furnace to make sure it's working properly.
If you're having any trouble resetting your furnace or if it doesn't seem to be working after you've followed these steps, then you might need to call a heating repair person in Conroe TX. Don't hesitate to call the pros from Morrow Mechanical.
Why is my heat running but not heating?
If your heat is running but not heating, there are a few other things you can check before calling a professional. Make sure the furnace filter is clean and that all of the vents in your home are open. You can also try turning up the heat setting on your thermostat. If neither of these solutions solves the problem, it's most likely that you have a broken heating element. The easiest way to find out is to change the fuse in your breaker box. If the fuse blows again, then you know you have a broken heating element and will need to call a professional to repair it.
Take advantage of our knowledge and experience, and let our Conroe, TX heating experts handle your repair, maintenance, and installation needs. Call 281-301-0560 today for fast service!