DeHart Plumbing, Heating, and Air Inc. Blog: Posts Tagged ‘heater repair’

How Loud Is a “Too Loud” Sound?

Monday, December 18th, 2023

One of the most basic tips we give homeowners during the winter season is for them to pay attention to any uncomfortable or loud heater noises that come up. Heating systems are designed to operate softly in the background, and a loud sound is one of the most obvious signs that something is wrong.

However, one thing we don’t often cover is how loud a sound should be before you call for professional help. This can be tricky to figure out since everyone is different. Your mother might be hard of hearing and might wait until a heater is unbearably loud before calling for help–which is usually too late. But if you’re too aware and call for help every time there’s a gentle noise coming from the vents, then you’re likely just hearing sounds that the system should make.

So, what’s a sound that’s too loud? Find out by reading our guide below. Just make sure you call us for heater repair in Stockton, CA when you’re certain that you need help.

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Is My Heating System Broken?

Monday, February 27th, 2023

This might sound like quite the no-brainer to a lot of our customers. A broken heating system is obvious because it will just stop working altogether, right? Well, not exactly.

Sometimes a broken heater will continue to work but it won’t work properly. Other times, a broken heater will work correctly in a few ways but incorrectly in others. This can eventually lead to a breakdown, but by then it’s too late. Detecting when your system is malfunctioning is something that should be done early on, and if you’re in the business of limiting expenses, then you’ll want to read this blog.

We’re going to discuss why heater repair in Stockton, CA might not be as easy to detect as most people realize. Then we’ll discuss where your heating system fits into all of this. Hopefully by the end of this blog you’ll know what a malfunctioning heating system looks and sounds like.

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