Our Pfafftown heating specialists always arrive on time with a fully stocked van. The great Chinese philosopher Confucius once said, “Success depends upon previous preparation, and without such preparation there is sure to be failure”. We agree with him at Blaze Air, Inc and we will always ask the right questions before we turn up at your home so as to save you time and money and deliver the best service possible. We carry only the highest quality replacement parts, and all the tools to make the job go as smooth as can be.
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Taking Care of Your Forced Air System
Forced air systems are a common sight in homes all through the Carolinas and it’s no different in Pfafftown. Ductwork that has been properly installed can carry cool air as well as heated air with great efficacy. Improperly installed ductwork can become dirty, pull apart and carry dust and other harmful particulates into your living spaces. We have all the tools and the know how to get your ducts in tiptop shape.
When is it Time to Replace Your Water Heater?
Your water heater may need replacing if:
- It is more than 10 years old
HVAC technology moves quickly. A ten-year-old water heater is using way more energy than a new one.
- It starts to deliver rusty water to your faucets
If you see rusty water coming from the hot faucets in your home, your water heater may be rusting away on the inside. Excessive rust can lead to a catastrophic rupture and subsequent leak.
- It starts to make odd noises
As your water heater ages, sediment builds up on the bottom of the tank. As the sediment is heated and reheated, it eventually hardens and causes your heater to work harder than it needs to. That banging and knocking you hear is a sure sign that your water heater needs replacing soon.
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- Extended warranties
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