Heater Repair in Shelbyville

Heating Experts in Shelby County & Surrounding Areas

Even though heaters are built to withstand a lot of use, eventually all the wear and tear will begin to make them malfunction. At first, the signs will be very subtle, but they will eventually evolve into more serious problems. The key is to catch and then fix these initial troubles, rather than hoping they are just a random glitch. With our detailed services for heater repair in Shelbyville, our techs at Chadwell Comforts are ready to give a hand.

Looking for trustworthy heating support? Call us today at (502) 437-2290 or speak to us online.

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How to Tell That a Heater Needs to Be Repaired

Rapid repairs of issues while they are small can help prevent more costly replacements. This means homeowners should always be on alert for any possible signs of a heater issue.

A few indicators that show it is time to schedule expert troubleshooting include:

  • Suddenly high electricity bills
  • Imbalanced heating, with both cold and hot spots around in the room
  • Being forced to constantly turn up the heat
  • A mismatch between what the thermometer reads and what the temperature actually feels like
  • Weird sounds occurring every time the heater is turned on
  • Lack of good air quality inside the home
  • A pilot light that turns yellow when the system is turned on
  • Little to no air coming out of the vents

Why Is My Heater Leaking Fluid?

A heater should never be leaking fluid, and any signs of this should be reported to our experts. However, you may be wondering why this issue is occurring. The answer depends on what kind of liquid is coming out. If the fluid is water, it may be signaling a problem with the air handler. These interior air handlers get rid of moisture, depositing it in a small plan. However, when the drain line has become clogged up, the residual water and condensation will begin to spill out.

On the other hand, if the fluid is freon, the matter is more serious. Freon, also called refrigerant, is supposed to recycle itself within a closed-loop system. This means it should never dissolve or evaporate. The only time refrigerant will ever be visible is if the unit has a major leak. At this point, it is critical to arrange for fast repairs before the system needs to be replaced. Refrigerant is also harmful to breathe after a short length of time, so do not hesitate to seek prompt support. 

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What Causes a Heater to Freeze?

People who notice ice gathering on their heat pump or furnace may assume they simply have not turned the heat on high enough. However, the real answer is that the filter pump has become trapped with debris. This clog stops airflow, meaning the coils will freeze as a result. Our techs at Chadwell Comforts can resolve this issue so residents are experiencing true comfort again.

Learn more about our heater repair in Shelbyville by contacting us at (502) 437-2290.

  • “Stephen is customer focused and puts his customers first. Honest and reliable and great service! He has installed my unit and made a repair about 18 months after the install. He makes sure his customers are satisfied! Carrie is awesome in the office as wel”

    - Berlena M.
  • “We had a great experience and highly recommend Chadwell Comforts.”

    - Michelle W.
  • “Was a first-time customer, but now a customer for life! Thank you all so much! What a great example of a company that really cares for their customers.”

    - Michael B.
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