Indiana Heating Repair Q&A

Q: What type of filters should I use with my Indiana heating system?
A: We recommend 5-inch media filters for heating systems in Indiana. In some situations, these filters are not an option. See an upcoming video for different types of filters we recommend.


Q: How often should I change my heating system filter when there is construction going on in my Indiana home?
A: Check your filter weekly. A dirty filter can cause damage to your system. This can also immediately shut off your heat.


Q: Which type of unit is better for heating in Indiana? Gas heating systems or electric? Does it matter when it comes to heating repair?
A: This is a personal preference. Some people in Indiana prefer gas heating systems since electric heat does not come out as hot.


Q: I live in Indiana where it is humid in the summer and dry in the winter. Should I clean my duct work? Will that help with heating repair issues?
A: Cleaning duct work depends on the home. When our heating repair and cooling expert is in your home, ask their opinion regarding your duct work.


Q: Should I have the fan running all the time with my heating system in an Indiana home?
A: Yes. Many people are concerned this will increase utility costs, however, there is more energy used to start and stop a system than to run one all the time. Also, starting and stopping the system frequently can wear faster. This helps avoid the need for a heating repair.


Q: Why is my heating system thermostat blank?
A: There are many different reasons this can happen. Contact us to investigate this heating repair issue.


Q: How often should I have my heating system cleaned?
A: Heating system manufacturers recommend this be done annually by a professional skilled in heating repair.


Q: Why do I need to have my heating system cleaned?
A: It is recommended your heating system be cleaned to be sure it is running at manufacturer specifications. The heating system has safety components that need checked as well.


Q: What else will the heating technician do when he checks my heating system?
A: The technician has a checklist he will perform and share results and recommendations with you.


Q: I have an electric heating system. When the air comes out of the vent, it sometimes feels cooler than I think it should. Is that normal?
A: Most electric heating systems have a heat pump attached and this does not release air that feels as warm to the touch.


Q: When my heating system is running, whey does my home feel warmer upstairs than it does downstairs?
A: Most often this has to do with the duct work design. Many homes do not have enough cold air returns.


Q: If I need service on my heating system on a holiday or weekend, would the technician on call have the parts to fix it?
A: Our technicians try to carry as many universal parts as possible.