Winter is so unpredictable. One minute it’s merely cold, and the next it’s sub-zero temperatures. Because winters can be so brutal in this area, you need a furnace you can depend on, not just for your comfort, but for your family’s safety as well. At HRC Climate Services, we’ve been helping folks who need emergency furnace repair in the Payson and surrounding area for years and we can help you too.
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Why Your Furnace Wears Out
A furnace is like any appliance; they function for a period of time and eventually wear out. How long your furnace lasts depends on many factors, but here are a few that can cause your furnace to wear out more quickly and stop working when you need it most.
- AGE - Age is the most common reason why furnaces wear out. Most are built to last about 15 years, so if yours is past its prime, it may be time to replace it.
- POOR MAINTENANCE - The better you maintain your equipment, the more reliable it is and the longer it lasts. Poor maintenance shortens the lifespan of your furnace.
- STRAIN - The less you run your furnace, the longer it’s going to last, and you can run it less in the winter by having a well-insulated house. Also, don’t set the thermostat too high, and try to keep warm by wearing more layers or by crawling under thicker blankets at night.
“Your tech Kaelen Loveless did a great job for my AC unit. High-level overview he was prompt, I got a call and text he was going to be earlier than originally scheduled and he told me the problem (capacitor) and told me how much it was going to cost.” - Doug B.
“Done right with honest, up front, low cost” - Mike O.
“Our furnace stopped working this morning and it’s a cold snowy day. Kaelen was here in a very short time and had it working without delay, and at a very reasonable price. Couldn’t recommend this company or Kaelen more highly. Fast and professional.” - Julie D.
“They are kind, genuine people who treat you like they’re your own family! Highly recommend! Good service, good people!” - Kristy D.
“I called in the morning and Mike came out later that day. He quickly noticed the problem with our furnace and fixed it. Everything was quick and smooth and Mike was very friendly and helpful.” - Mathew W.
“Kaelen was super polite and courteous. He put shoe covers on to walk downstairs even when I told him not to worry! Wasn’t bothered by all my questions and let me know about signing up for their money saving scheduled maintenance every spring and fall.” - Johanna E.
“Kaelen was amazing! He is very helpful & knowledgeable in all my questions! Highly recommended!” - Sabrina B.
“We woke up to a cold house, fearing we’d need a new furnace at Christmas time. We called as soon as businesses was open and had a tech come out within the hour. He was clean, knowledgeable & educated me a little bit. I felt like we were in good hands.” - Bonnie H.
There’s no denying that winter is tough on furnaces and your energy bills. If you want to extend the life of your heater and save some money on your heating bills, it’s recommended that you keep your home at about 68˚F during the day if people are home, and 66˚ F if everyone is out of the house or if you’re sleeping. Of course, the best advice is to keep it as low as you can while still being comfortable to help save wear and tear on your furnace and to save money on your heating bills.
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Save on Energy Costs This Winter
No one likes to see their heating bill jump up in winter, but that’s what usually happens, especially when we have exceedingly cold days on end. However, you can save money on your heating by following these tips.
- Dress in warmer clothes
- Allow as much sunlight into your home as possible
- Use ceiling fans to circulate heat
- Lower your thermostat at night
- Heat only the rooms you use
- Beef up your house’s insulation
Don’t suffer another winter with a faulty or broken furnace. If you’re in the Payson area and need 24 hour furnace repair, call HRC Climate Services immediately for help at (801) 850-0040.