When you consider the winters in Ohio, you begin to understand some of the importance of reliable home heating. In the course of a single week in the Buckeye State, you might see temperate days followed by bone chilling nights. It might be warm and sunny on Monday, and gray and pouring down the rain by midweek, ending with snow showers over the weekend.
If your home heating system is as unpredictable as the weather itself, you might find yourself huddling with your family, wrapped in blankets and warm robes while various members take turns cursing the heating system for its malfunction. Pilot lights occasionally go out and can be relit easily, but what if the problem is more serious than that or worse, what if you have no clue at all what is wrong with your home heating system?
Getting to Know Your Home Heating System before There Is a Problem
When you move into a new home, you should familiarize yourself with the home heating system. That does not mean you should know how to do major repairs, but simply be able to relight the pilot light as well as shut off the gas to the system if that should ever be required. You should also get to know the system while it is working so that you know the difference between its normal sounds and functions over the sounds of a system that is getting ready to fail or worse, to completely die. Knowing what is normal and not normal can also help you when you call a repair person so that you are able to say it sounded like “this” or it had a certain smell. (Learn how to troubleshoot your heating system)
Trusting the Trusted Name in Heating and Cooling
Jennings Heating and Cooling was established as a company in 1931. Back then, the company worked with coal heaters and furnaces exclusively. In more than 80 years of service, it has grown to be the largest heating and cooling company in all of Ohio and serves a large portion of the Northeastern corner of the state, including Akron, Cuyahoga Falls and surrounding cities and towns. The name is a trusted one in the area, with customer satisfaction fully guaranteed.
Problems Never Call Ahead or Wait for Office Hours
No matter when you notice a problem with your home heating system, you can call Jennings Heating and Cooling for service. Twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, Jennings service technicians are on the go, getting people’s heat restored as quickly and professionally as possible. Trucks are stocked with various, common parts for major furnace brands, which cuts down on the time it takes to repair your heating system. Other heating companies may arrive, take a look at the furnace and then leave because they either have to go back to the shop for a part or worse, order it.
The average furnace repair may take one of only a few parts that need replaced- the common items that go bad or fail, so why not have them on hand? Jennings understands that concept, only one of the reasons that it is the first call you should make if you ever have a heating issue in your own home.