Avis Home Solutions Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Heating System Repair’

Potential Heater Repairs You May Need

Monday, January 4th, 2021

Temperatures are hitting some of their lowest points and we’ve even seen some rain. We are using our heaters the most at this point and it is likely we will be doing so for the next few months. This is likely to be when any problems with your heater are going to pop up as stress affects your system.

If you need heating repair in Irvine, CA it is a great idea to reach out to us as soon as possible to get this issue knocked out. Our professional technicians have the certifications, experience, and tools needed to handle a variety of heating system issues.

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Now Is the Time for Heater Maintenance

Monday, November 9th, 2020

Between the recent fires and the wild heatwaves we’ve gotten recently, it might seem strange to think that fall is here. However, cooler temperatures are already on their way, felt especially at night as things are finally getting a smidge chilly. Many of us are breaking out the decorations and cozy blankets but don’t forget to check on your heater during your preparations.

Before the temperatures drop too low and you are running to your thermostat, make sure you reach out to Avis Home Solutions for your yearly tune-up. This is a vital task to take care of if you want to enjoy optimal comfort and peace of mind in the coming months.

Schedule your appointment for heating maintenance with Avis Home Solutions today.

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End-of-Season Heater Repairs

Monday, March 30th, 2020

It might feel like spring is teasing us with these chilly mornings and steamy afternoons. It would be nice if we didn’t need to use our comfort systems throughout the day, right? With that said, now is a good time to consider taking a look at your heating system.

While the use of your heater is likely winding down for the year, it doesn’t mean you should just shut it off and not think about it until next winter. You actually should still take the time to check on it before shutting things down. Why? Because doing so could mean catching a repair need that will only worsen if it isn’t addressed.

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