It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year to Stay Warm!

Enjoy your holiday season without the stress and worries of your heating systems. The winters in Indiana can be harsh, especially if your home heater has problem giving you sufficient warmth. If you discover cold spots in your house, or find yourself waking up each morning to an unexpected chill, you may have a problem with your heating system.

There are a number of reasons unconnected to your heater than can results in a chillier house: deteriorating insulation, heat leaks around the doors and windows, and open fireplace dampers. There are two issues that are specific to your heating system and you can do something about them.

Thermostat Problems

No matter the type of heater you have from a furnace to a geothermal heat pump, you will control it through a thermostat. If your thermostat begins to malfunction, it will have trouble detecting the temperature in your home or it will lose is precision control and struggle to reach its setting. In either case, your thermostat will start turning your heater on and off at the wrong times leading to uneven heating and a colder home. Fortunately, thermostat issues are simple problems to fix and Hoosier Indoor Air can help!

Lack of Maintenance: Wear and  Tear

A heater will only work its best if it receives regular inspections and tune-ups, which should take place at least once a year and preferably during the fall before the serious cold starts. If you’ve let your heater go without regular maintenance, it will age faster and strain to reach its target temperature. The wear on its parts will results in a weaker performance, It is never too late to start regular maintenance!

Don’t sit around in a cold home and hope that your heater will magically get better and conditions will improve. Enjoy the holiday season with family and friends by staying warming with the help of Hoosier Indoor Air. Give us a call today at 317.888.9111 to schedule your free estimate or emergency 24/7 emergency service!

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