Don’t get stuck suffering the cold here in Connecticut. While the temperature rarely falls below 20 degrees, the wind chill factor and high humidity or rain can make it feel much colder.
One of the most frustrating things that can happen is to have the heating go out and not be able to find someone to come fix it. Sometimes finding a repairman at the last minute is a nightmare, and when you do find someone, you can end up paying ridiculously high fees for emergency or after hour’s service.
Our team of experts at Modern Heating will provide you with fast, reliable service at a reasonable cost.
The next time your heating goes out, call us first. You won’t regret it! We will give you a free estimate and repair your Southern Connecticut heater at a reasonable price. Among our other services, we offer:
- Heating repair & maintenance
- Furnace repair & maintenance
- Boiler repair & maintenance
- Commercial or Residential Services
When we come out, we can also inspect the following:
- Heat exchangers
- Gas pressure (if applies)
- Burner combustion (if applies)
- Other components
- Operation functionality
Your heater may or may not need replacing. Your service technician will evaluate the performance, life expectancy, current condition of the unit, and costs to repair the unit before recommending that you replace the heater instead of repair it.
Replace or Repair the Heater? Which Should I Do?
Most heating and air units last generally from 8 to 15 years before they need replacing. However, sometimes due to poor manufacturing, over usage with poor maintenance, or incorrect air handling size for your square footage or floor plan, your unit may not last as long as it was intended and you may be better off completely replacing the unit.
If your heater is beyond repair, near the end of its lifetime, or it is simply less cost-effective to repair it than to replace it, there are many options available to you for heating and air conditioner replacement that are highly energy efficient.
Since we live near the ocean here in Southern Connecticut, CT area, our humidity, and wet weather have a high salt content. This works to effectively shorten the lives of our heating and air conditioning units, as well as other equipment that is exposed to the weather.