Heater Repair

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You and your family depend on your HVAC system to keep your house warm and comfortable during the winter. It can not only be frustrating but also dangerous if your heater stops working unexpectedly. At Square HVAC, we understand how uncomfortable such a situation can be and we’re here to help. We’ve been offering heating repair services in the IL area.

Our team of professional technicians can work on any type of heating system. Each of them has received training and is certified. Whether your system is making odd sounds, constantly running or not pushing out enough heat, they have the skills to identify and repair the problem. We always keep our vehicles stocked with common replacement parts and repair tools so that our technicians can fix your heater quickly. Our goal is to get your heat back on as soon as possible.

Stats & Charts

When your heat stops working, you don’t want to wait for days before a technician is available to diagnose and fix the issue. That’s why Square HVAC proudly provides emergency heating repair services. Whether you experience a problem in the middle of the night or during a long holiday weekend, we always have an HVAC technician on standby to respond to emergency situations. Just call us, and we’ll send someone to your home right away.

Our Solutions & Benefits

Does your heating system stop working and need heating repair services frequently? Has it become too expensive to keep your house warm during the winter? In any of these situations, it may be time to replace your unit. Square HVAC can perform a quality replacement and installation. We’ll assess your home, current system and heating needs in order to recommend the best options.

For example, our consultants could suggest a system with zoning control or a programmable thermostat to save you money on energy bills. If anyone in your house has respiratory or allergy issues, you might need an HVAC system that controls moisture or air quality. Our consultants may recommend certain air filters, a humidifier or other features. In any case, you can trust in our licensed experts to address all of your heating needs.

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Safety First: Turn Off the Boiler

Before diving into any boiler repair, safety should be your top priority. Turn off the boiler and, if possible, cut the power supply to ensure there is no risk of electrical shocks or burns during the repair process. Give the boiler some time to cool down before starting any work.

Identify the Problem: Diagnose the Issue

Understanding the nature of the problem is crucial for an effective DIY repair. Common boiler issues include no heating or hot water, strange noises, leaks, and low pressure. Take note of any error codes displayed on the boiler if applicable, as they can provide valuable information about the issue.

No Heating or Hot Water: Check the Thermostat

If your boiler is not providing heat or hot water, start by checking the thermostat. Ensure it is set to the desired temperature and consider replacing the batteries if it’s a wireless thermostat. If the problem persists, move on to the next steps.

Check for Error Codes: Refer to the Manual

Modern boilers often display error codes to indicate specific issues. Refer to your boiler manual to decipher the codes and understand the recommended actions. Some issues may require professional attention, and the manual will guide you on when to seek help.

problem persists, move on to the next steps.

Regular Maintenance: Prevention is Key

Preventive maintenance is essential for the smooth operation of your boiler. Schedule an annual service by a qualified technician to check and clean the boiler components, ensuring optimal performance and identifying potential issues before they escalate.

Carbon Monoxide Detector Installation: Prioritize Safety

Safety should always be a top priority when dealing with heating systems. Install carbon monoxide detectors in proximity to your boiler and sleeping areas. Carbon monoxide is a silent and potentially deadly gas, and detectors provide an early warning in case of a leak, allowing for timely action and preventing health risks.

What is Included

One of the things any homeowner can do to fix the heat is to check the thermostat. Sometimes, dead batteries are all it takes to make the heating system stop working. Second, try changing the air filters. When air filters are clogged, the energy efficiency goes down and hot air won't pass through them. If these steps don't work, call a heating repair technician.

If your heater is broken and you're waiting for a repair service to fix it, you can try heating your home with a portable heater. Bear in mind that they typically require high energy use. You can also get the fireplace going and put on extra layers of clothing.

The length of a furnace or heating repair depends on the type of repair that needs to be done. Sometimes a couple of hours is enough to get it back up and running. If the heater is so out of shape that repairs won't help, it may take time to buy a new heater and replace it in place of the old one. 


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