Archives for September 2017

    Heating Maintenance

    The type of heating system in place will determine the steps needed to optimize your equipment. Although a heat pump is inspected in the spring for cooling performance, an additional tuneup is recommended during the winter months for heating functions. We also service furnaces, boilers, and other heating equipment. Your fall preventive maintenance checkup will include:

    Heat Exchanger
    Belts
    Filter
    Pilot
    Blower
    Burners
    Flue Pipes
    Heat Strips
    Fan Control
    Shaft Bearing
    Limit Control
    Furnace Wiring
    Thermostat
    Thermocouple
    Blower Motor
    Draft Diverter
    Heat Anticipator

    Safety Features

    Because many residential fires during winter are caused by faulty heating equipment, a fall inspection is an important investment in your family’s safety and well-being.

    In addition, we offer a variety of other HVAC services for your indoor comfort needs.

    Complete installation of heating and air conditioning systems including ductwork

    Replacement of heating and air conditioning equipment
    Duct cleaning
    Ultra violet air purifiers
    Indoor air quality solutions
    Factory warranty repairs
    Filter changing programs
    Maintenance agreements on multi-family residences

    Call 1.800.905.4172 now.

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    Heating Maintenance from Mountaineer Mechanical

    Preventive care is one of the best ways to be certain that your home comfort equipment offers the maximum in comfort levels, and regular inspections also limit the impact of seasonal heating and cooling on your household budget.

    Call us at 1.800.905.4172 today to learn more about service agreements for your home in the Mid-Ohio Valley. Or visit Our Parkersburg Office. You can’t miss us at the most important junction in town .. Murdock and Emerson Roads.

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    Is Your Home Prepared For Winter?

    While warm weather is still upon us, the last thing on your mind is heating. However, there’s nothing more frustrating than starting up your heating system when you need it most only to discover a problem! You can avoid this by testing it now to make sure you have ample time to prepare for the heating season in case there’s an issue.

    To check your system, just follow these simple steps:

    1) Check that the emergency switch is in the “on” position and turn up the thermostat at least 10 degrees higher than the actual room temperature.

    2) Wait a few minutes to hear your heating equipment hum into action.

    3) If system doesn’t start up, press the reset button on your burner’s relay just once.

    4) If your system still doesn’t start, please call us Mon- Fri, 8am-5:00pm at 1.800.905.4172. Non-business hour service calls are ONLY for true “no heat” emergencies that require immediate attention.

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