“Phoenix South sent out a guy at noon today. He determined the ignitor was burned out and the electrical board had issues.He initially thought I had to replace the board and the ignitor for $900+. After looking at the board, he determined the last technician I used, installed the board incorrectly which burned out the ignitor. He reinstalled the board and installed a new ignitor with a warranty for $205. I would recommend these guys to anyone having HVAC issues. Honesty, integrity and quality workmanship are hard to come by.”– Bob Cuneo
Getting a good review from a customer brings with it a great satisfactory feeling especially since his concern is typical this time of the year when most need heater repair.
Here are a few tips to prevent heater problems in the future but if these are too much for you to handle, call a heater repair Laguna Hills expert to do it for you:
Yearly Maintenance. Vacuum the area around your heater blower at least once a year. Clean the fan blades with a toothbrush followed by the brush attachment of the vacuum cleaner. It is also recommended that you place two to three drops of non-detergent motor oil into the ports which are near the motor shaft to lubricate it properly.
Gas Leak. Turn off the gas supply valve by rotating it one-quarter turn using a wrench. Immediately evacuate your house and call the gas utility or fire department afterward if you smell or suspect any gas leak.
Furnace with Pilot Light. Turn off the switch or the circuit breaker of the furnace before clearing the clogged pilot orifice with a thin wire.