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Heating Repair Los Angeles

Is your heating unit or furnace is not blowing hot air, is it noisy or doesn’t come on at all? For any of these problems or any other heating unit or furnace issues, Los Angeles heating unit or furnace repair is on call to help 24 hours ad day, 7 days a week at:

866 876-3188

For parts only: 800-370-9281

Please note that all purchased heating and furnace parts are shipped directly to you

We repair and service the following heating unit or furnace brands:

Aprilaire
Armstrong
Admiral
Amana
Kenmore
Frigidaire
Bryant
Carrier
Comfort-Maker
ASKO
Bosch
Magic Chef
Brown
Caloric
Carrier
Crosley
Coldspot
Dacor
Emerson
Fedders

Whirlpool
Hotpoint
GE
Kitchen Aid
Maytag
Jenn Air
Goodman
Heil
Janitrol
Trane
Weathertron
York

Gemline
Goldstar
Kelvinator
LG
O'Keefe and Merritt
Wolf
American Standard

Roper
Sears
Speed Queen
Sub Zero
Janitrol
Lennox
Puron
Rheem
Ruud
Tempstar

White Westinghouse
Sunray
Tappan
Thermador
U-line (Uline)
Wards
Wedgewood
Gaffers and Sattler
Norge
Montgomery Wards

And many more see the all the Heating units or furnace brands we service.

Our heating unit or furnace repair coverage areas include entire Los Angeles County:

Los Angeles
Long Beach
Glendale
Santa Clarita
Beverly Hills
Calabasas
Baldwin Park
Malibu
Manhattan Beach
Pico Rivera
Redondo Beach
Westlake Village

Hollywood
Torrance
Pasadena
Palmdale
Lancaster
El Monte
Hawthorne
Hermosa Beach
Inglewood
San Fernando
San Gabriel
West Hollywood

Inglewood
Downey
West Covina
Norwalk
Burbank
Agoura Hills
Carson
Compton
El Segundo
Santa Monica
South Pasadena
West Covina

View the full list of the zip codes responding for Los Angeles air conditioning repair

We are fully insured and bonded. Our technicians are professionally trained and certified to provide 100% satisfaction guarantee heating unit or furnace repair service in Los Angeles. Our heating unit or furnace repair service call is Free with a repair and is protected with low price match policy for the entire Los Angeles County.

To schedule your appointment for Los Angeles heating unit or furnace repair call us at our toll free number:

866 876-3188

or send us an email at appointment@precisionappliancerepair.net . Please include your name, phone number and problem that you are having with your heating unit or furnace. We will contact you within the 60 min. of receiving the email to schedule your appointment for Los Angeles heating unit or furnace repair.

How your central heater works

The majority of residential central-heating systems are fueled by natural gas or oil; some, however, are powered by electricity and it is with those that we are concerned here. (Gas- or oil-fired furnaces are best left to someone licensed to handle those systems. The dangers involved are very real —so much so that, in many areas of the country, it is illegal to work on one without the proper certification.) As a rule, the heat is automatically controlled by means of a thermostat, just as most air-conditioning units are. When the temperature goes below the thermostat setting, the bimetallic contact strip energizes an electrical circuit which turns on the heating elements and blowers. Once the temperature reaches the setting on the thermostat dial, the thermostat automatically turns off the source of heat.

There are two basic types of electric heating systems: gravity warm-air and forced warm-air. Gravity systems operate on the principle that hot air rises, since it is lighter than cooler air. A gravity system works efficiently only in homes with basements, or in multi-story buildings, where the central heater is below the normal living level. The heating elements generate heat when electrical energy passes through their coils, and the hot air then rises through ducts. Usually the air movement is augmented by fans. During the upward heat movement, warm air displaces the colder air, which then drifts downward through a series of "cold air ducts" until it reaches the lower part of the central element, where it is heated and again repeats the same cycle. Gravity warm-air devices are used in floor furnaces and some space heating systems. Several smaller heating elements and associated blowers are placed either under the floor or at the baseboard of the area to be heated.

The biggest shortcoming of gravity systems is that there must be a large temperature difference between the upward-moving hot air and the cold air it is to displace in order to create good air movement and equal distribution of heat throughout the home.
Forced warm-air heaters utilize a blower to force air from the heating element through the duct work and registers into individual rooms. Use of this system minimizes the temperature differential between the warm air from the heater and the cold air leaving rooms through return vents. The forced air system allows users to control whole house heating, and to have better control over the heating to individual rooms and areas. Often the building is divided into segments, with each area having its own thermostat and individual blower or auxiliary fan support system.

Repair and maintenance of an electric heating system is simple. Some systems have emergency switches, as well as a standard service entrance fuse or breaker. The emergency switch for an electric furnace is a wall switch close to the heater, and it is generally red. When the heater fails to operate, first check that no one has accidentally turned this switch off. If all switches, fuses and breakers are working, try moving the thermostat up a few degrees. If the thermostat has a day and night setting with a timer, take off the thermostat cover and check the dial to see if a power failure or some accident may have caused the timer to get out of cycle. While this cover is off, check the thermostat contact points. Dirt or corrosion on the bimetallic contact points could keep the heater from being energized. To clean these contacts, pass a business card or a crisp, fresh dollar bill between them.

All of the above tips are for informational purposes only. For your safety, we strongly encourage any furnace / heating repairs to be performed only by a certified technician. Our technician's are available at:

866 876-3188