Heating in Temecula

Heating in Temecula Needed Soon

Home owners may need heating in Temecula sooner than expected! Imagine coming home after a day of winter wine tasting in SoCal’s beautiful wine country. You can’t wait to get into your warm home. But upon entering your front door, you realize your heater has malfunctioned again leaving you in a chilly home. Don’t leave heating repairs until the last minute!

But how do you go about finding a reliable, affordable heating repair company that’s also close to home? Using a commercial company may have it’s pros but you risk spending more than you expected. Economy Plumbing and HVAC combines fantastic customer service, skilled tradesmen, and an affordable price! We provide local heating in Temecula and Murrieta.

Check Your Thermostat!

Maybe you’re still on the fence about whether your heater needs to be repaired or not. Maybe you haven’t even needed to turn it on yet. Don’t wait until you really need the heater to find out your thermostat is not working! Here’s some steps on how to test if you thermostat is sending a signal to your furnace thanks to homeguides.sfgate.com:

  1. Check your thermostat to make sure it is in the “On” position. Ensure the thermostat is set on the appropriate setting — “Heat” or “Cool.” Check for any programming overrides on a programmable thermostat to confirm that the overrides are not impeding the thermostat operation. Also, check the battery to make sure it is fresh, if your programmable thermostat requires a battery.
  2. Stand at the thermostat while an assistant stands at the furnace. Move the thermostat to heat. If your furnace is not within shouting distance from your thermostat, use walkie-talkies to communicate.
  3. Raise the thermostat heat settings slowly. The thermostat should emit a clicking sound and the furnace should also make a sound. If the furnace does not make a sound, the thermostat is not sending a signal and needs to be replaced.
  4. Turn off the breaker to your furnace. Remove the cover from the thermostat to expose the wiring. Because the thermostat operates on low voltage, there is no risk of electrocution.
  5. Take a picture with your phone or digital camera of the wiring inside the thermostat to show how they connect. Loosen the screw label “R” or “Rh” and the screw labeled “W.” Remove the wires from beneath the screws.
  6. Twist the ends of the wires together. Turn on the furnace breaker. If the furnace comes on, the thermostat is not sending a signal and needs replacing. If the furnace does not turn on, the furnace needs repair.

Call Economy Plumbing and HVAC today for all of your heating repairs! Visit our home page at economyplumbinghvac.com!