Heating System Repair in South Jersey
When winter temperatures roll in, the performance of your heating system makes the difference between comfort and misery. Any interruption in performance, large or small, is a problem. You need a quick, efficient repair from a trustworthy contractor in South Jersey.
Bovio Rubino Service has been treating customers like family since 1975. Rely on our South Jersey HVAC contractors to perform heating repairs this winter. To schedule your next furnace repair in Voorhees, Cherry Hill, or the surrounding areas, please call (856) 795-3226 today!
How to Tell If Your Heating System Needs a Repair
The last thing you want is for your heating system to peter out on the coldest day of the year in South Jersey. If your boiler, heat pump, or furnace is not working or you’re otherwise left with no heat in the house, it’s time to find a solution. Here’s a look at the top reasons why your furnace might require a repair:
- The heater won’t turn on: When you wake up to a freezing house and a furnace that won’t turn on, it’s obvious something is wrong. Before you call for help, make sure the thermostat is set correctly and that the furnace is receiving power. If these basic checks don’t do any good, it’s time to call in the pros for heater repair!
- The furnace blows out lukewarm or cold air: Furnaces should produce nice hot air. If the air coming from supply registers feels lukewarm at best, there’s probably something wrong with the burners or the ductwork is leaking.
- Your utility bills have risen lately: If you notice your furnace running a lot this month, bitterly cold weather could be to blame. However, the higher-than-usual energy bills could also mean something is wrong with your furnace that’s making it run inefficiently.
- The burner flame glows yellow: The flame should be a steady blue. If you see a yellow or flickering flame, carbon monoxide gas could be entering your home. If you see this or other strange burner flame characteristics, call us for a repair.
- The furnace makes strange noises: A moaning, groaning, rattling, or popping furnace is trying to tell you something. Don’t ignore these sounds because they may indicate serious problems with the equipment.
What the Team at Bovio Rubino Service Will Do to Help
Furnace, boiler, or heat pump repair is not a DIY project! If you notice any of the above problems or other issues with your furnace, call Bovio Rubino Service to schedule a repair. We serve the Voorhees, Cherry Hill, Marlton, Sewell, and other surrounding areas with timely, dedicated attention, completing each repair to the best of our ability.
Whether your furnace is an older model or the newest equipment, our technicians can help. We’re familiar with every make and model, as well as how to fix all sorts of heating malfunctions. We equip our service vans with everything a technician might need to solve your problem so we can complete common repairs with minimal disruption to your home and schedule.
When you’re researching HVAC companies in South Jersey, you want to choose the best. Bovio Rubino Service is ready to prove to you why we’re South Jersey’s top choice for heating and air conditioning repair!
Boiler, Heat Pump, and Furnace Repair From Authorized HVAC Technicians
As a Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer, Bovio Rubino Service delivers exemplary service every time. Our hand-selected servicemen are NATE-certified, meaning they have proven their knowledge by successfully completing a rigorous, nationally recognized HVAC certification test. We are also extremely proud to have been awarded the Carrier President’s Award, which ranks us among a select few contractors who exceed industry standards in both products and customer service.
Schedule Heating Repair in Voorhees, Cherry Hill, or the Surrounding Areas With Rubino
If you notice any decrease in heating system performance this winter, call Bovio Rubino Service to schedule a repair. We proudly service all throughout Voorhees, Cherry Hill, Marlton, Sewell, Haddonfield, and Moorestown! If you’re experiencing an urgent situation, feel free to call us anytime, day or night, for emergency repair services. Our technicians are on call 24/7 to provide professional, insightful repairs.
Call (856) 795-3226 or fill out a contact form to schedule furnace repair in Voorhees and Cherry Hill today.
FAQs About Heating Repair
How often should you replace your heating system?
If you’re religious about your annual maintenance schedule, your equipment can last you two decades. With preventive maintenance in place, you’ll only need to start considering replacing your equipment after 15 years.
Why is my gas furnace producing yellow flames?
A clear blue flame is a sign of a healthy system. If yours has changed color, it’s usually a symptom of a dirty burner or heat exchanger. Never leave a yellow flame unchecked, though, because it could also be a sign of a natural gas leak.
My system starts fine, but then it shuts off, and my house never gets warm. What’s happening?
This is one of the most common HVAC problems. It’s aptly called short-cycling and is often caused by a malfunctioning thermostat. It can also be a sign of inadequate insulation or flawed installation practices. If your system short cycles the moment it’s installed, your HVAC professional might have given you an under or oversized system. If your insulation and airflow are suboptimal, a simple air filter cleanse might be enough. If your luck has run out, though, you might need a more substantial improvement in your attic and wall insulation.
There’s hot air coming from my ducts, but it smells awful. Is the problem in the ducts or heater?
It could be either. If you’re picking up a chemical or electrical scent, something might be overheating. If the scent is more moldy than electrical, your vents or air filter might be damp or clogged. Restricted airflow can cause mold, so you might have a problem with both your ducts and heater. Hire a certified professional to make sure your motor wiring is intact.
My system is humming but not producing its usual sounds. What’s wrong?
Minor humming could be a sign that your HVAC system isn’t receiving power. That’s a sign that you might have blown a fuse.
Can I repair my own HVAC system?
It’s important that you change your filters often, but more in-depth maintenance and repair is best handled by a professional. HVAC systems are dangerous. Handling your own repairs puts you in contact with potentially deadly chemicals that only certified professionals are allowed to work with. You can also cause serious damage to your system or even injure yourself. That kind of damage is far more costly than an HVAC professional.