Rowell sent out their techs, Corey Mayton and Wilson Cook, for our Mini Split maintenance, and I watched from our home security system. Appreciate the thorough service/job well done.Lorrie P.
Prompt, efficient, and reliable – Rowell sticks to given tasks and finishes. Professional and knowledgeable technicians who can get the job done. I appreciate being able to count on them.Carol L.
Always prompt and courteous service. Easy to recognize the professionalism of the Service Technician.Brian G.
I called Rowell Heating & Air and the admin, Cheryl, was very nice over the phone. I received a message stating my technician would be Corey and another technician by the name of Danny. They both were on time, knowledgeable, and fixed my heating system in no time. They updated me on what the issues were and informed me about having servicing done twice a year! Both were professional and nice! I will be using them for all my future needs!! Thanks again Rowell Heating & Air for providing me with an exceptional customer service experience! This was my first time using this company and I will be using them for all my future needs. These guys are great assets to your team. Don’t hesitate to ask for Corey and Danny to be your service providers. Thanks again!Auquanitra T.
When your heating system isn’t working at peak efficiency, your home or business may be uncomfortable and your heating costs will increase. If you have noticed that your heating system isn’t keeping the house warm enough, schedule a furnace repair with a qualified HVAC company. Regular furnace and heating maintenance can help prevent many repair issues.
Regular furnace maintenance is important for:
- Reducing breakdowns
- Ensuring safety
- Maximizing energy efficiency
- Enhancing home comfort
- Extending equipment life
During maintenance visits, your technician will inspect all components of the system, clean, lubricate all moving parts, and look for signs of trouble. Scheduling maintenance ahead of the heating season ensures that your heater is ready for winter.
Deciding on When to Get a Heater Replacement
No one wants to throw away their current heater if it still has plenty of life left within it; however, when consistent issues arise, it may be more cost-effective to have it replaced. A system that must labor more to produce heat will waste a lot of energy. Recognizing the moment when a heater is past its prime is the best method of preventing an unexpected replacement as well.
The best time to get a heater replacement would be when:
- The vents refuse to blow out any air
- Burning odors or musty smells are coming from the unit
- There is no way to distribute the hot air evenly
- The unit constantly short cycles
- The heater makes loud noises like squealing, banging, crackling, or hissing
Choosing the Right Size of Heater
If it comes time to install or replace a heater, it is tempting to assume that the biggest unit is automatically the best. However, the reality is that a heater that is too large is going to waste a lot of energy. Moreover, just because a heater is bigger does not mean that it will produce more heat. In fact, an improperly sized heater will cause lots of short-cycling, which decreases its ability to control humidity. Our team can assist you with determining the heater that will best meet your specific needs.
Call for Trusted Heating Services
Whether your heating system needs emergency repairs, preventative maintenance, or it's time for an upgrade, you can depend on Rowell Heating & Air. Our family-owned and operated business is relationship-oriented and dedicated to superior service on every job. We offer free estimates and we have financing options that are available for the installation of your new furnace and heating in Waynesboro.