Furnace and Boiler maintenance and repair is important. Maintaining it will ensure you are doing what is needed to make your family safe, keep your home warm and extend the life of your furnace. A furnace that is not operating correctly or not even turning on can be related to a variety of problems.
Here are measures that can be taken to figure out what the matter of the problem is, such as the following:
• Follow proper procedures and either clean or replace unit filters
• Make certain the door to the furnace is shut correctly
• Make certain all ventilation access points are free of obstruction
• Make certain the furnace pilot light is lit
• Make certain the power is going to the furnace and in working order
• Make certain the setting on thermostat is correct
Santa Fe home owners do not panic if the measures taken featured here do not resolve your furnace problem. The next step to take is to pick up the telephone and call CaitCo Drainworks, a Santa Fe, NM, heating professional. The company is professional and has the necessary training and tools to determine what the cause of the problem with your heater.
Furnace Installation Albuquerque NM
CaitCo Drainworks expert service technicians know how to both repair and install every manufacturer make or model furnace being installed today and how to work on older models too. Santa Fe, NM and Albuquerque NM weather patterns often exhibit wide temperature swings from the start to the finish of a day. CaitCo Drainworks check each furnace electrical, correct air flow through air filter valves, gas pressure and flame efficiency. Call CaitCo Drainworks in Santa Fe at 505-424-9191 or Albuquerque at 505-899-6868 for new furnace or boiler installation or repair on your electric or gas furnace.
Boiler Repair and Installation Albuquerque NM
CaitCo Drainworks are highly skilled boiler repair experts with extensive on the job time fixing this type of heater. During each service call our technicians follow boiler protocol by doing the following: check heat and temperature distribution; check each boiler valve, pump, vent and pressure. For low efficiency boilers each unit is check to make certain there is not condensation. It will destroy a boiler due to condensation developing a white powder which keeps gases from venting the right way and it often causes the boiler to clog.