MarGo Plumbing Heating Cooling Inc. Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Heating Service’

3 Common Furnace Problems that Raise Your Bill

Monday, January 27th, 2020

Furnaces are some of the most affordable and efficient heating systems we have available. A furnace can be installed and run for an entire year at half the cost of some other heating systems, depending on the climate and the model. This means your furnace should be well-maintained, professionally installed, and quickly repaired whenever a problem arises.

All that being said, sometimes there are problems with a furnace that can ultimately make them cost more than they’re worth. Hopefully, if you weren’t aware of these few furnace issues, we’d like to take some time to ensure your furnace is running as affordably and efficiently as possible. Remember, if you think your furnace is consuming more fuel than you believe it should, or if it’s just costing more money than what it used to for comfortable heating in your home, call our team for furnace service in Clifton, NJ.

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4 Things to Try before Calling for Heating Repairs

Monday, January 30th, 2017

thermostat-heating-repairA broken heating system can be frustrating, but what’s just as frustrating is finding out that you could solve the problem on your own—after you’ve already called in a technician. This happens fairly often. Our professional heating technicians show up to a job, only to have to break it to the homeowner that there was a simple fix they missed.

Most repairs are things that should only be left up to professional heating technicians. However, these are a few of the things you can look at or try before giving us a call.

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Service Your Heating System Now!

Monday, August 29th, 2016

One of the most important things you can do for your heating system is to see to it that it gets the maintenance it needs. Part of this means that you should change your filter (if you have a forced-air heating system) and call for repairs as soon as you notice any issues. But it also means scheduling maintenance with annual technicians before the heating season starts.

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