Heating Services in Fayetteville & Raleigh
Keeping Your Family Warm & Cozy
While winters are mild in North Carolina, it can still get pretty chilly – especially at night. Having a faulty heating system just won’t give you the warmth and comfort that you and your family need to get through the night. At the first sign of a heating problem, turn to Blanton’s Air, Plumbing & Electric.
Since 1951, our company has been a trusted fixture throughout North Carolina for quality heating and cooling service. We are the service team residents and business owners count on for all their heating needs. From simple tune-ups to complex repairs and installations, our professional team delivers only superior workmanship with outstanding results.
Professional Heater Repairs
At Blanton’s, we have never encountered a heating problem that we can’t fix. We are trained in all types of heating systems and have become accustomed to the common nuisances of each unit. Our company values also include a driven and positive attitude, which means saying yes to any job and doing whatever it takes to restore comfort in your home.
When should you call a professional heating technician?
- When your heater is not turning on at all
- When the heater is turning on but no warm air is coming out
- When the heater is not heating the home evenly
- When you hear odd noises from the unit
- When there is a strange rotten egg smell coming from your gas furnace
Our Complete Heating Services
- Heating repairs
- Heating maintenance
- Geothermal heat pump systems
- Solar-assisted heat pumps
- Mini-split systems and hybrid systems
- Duct and ventilation repairs
- Emergency heating repairs
- Heating installations and replacements
Is It Time for a Heating System Replacement?
When you reach out to Blanton’s, you can be sure that we will do everything we can to get your heating system back up and running again. However, if your equipment is already down to its last legs, replacing the furnace or heater may be the more cost-effective solution for you.
Some indications that it’s time to replace your heating system include:
- The furnace or heater is already 15 years or older
- The heating system is always in need of repairs
- Your heating bills have dramatically increased over the years
New heating system models are now more energy-efficient than ever that the upfront cost can easily be reimbursed for the savings you’ll receive in the long run. Our heating technicians can help you find and select the right replacement unit for your specific comfort needs and budget.
Frequently Asked Heating Questions
How long will my heating system last?
Most furnaces, heat pumps, and ductless HVAC systems will last 12 to 15 years before a heating replacement is necessary, though some may last up to 20 years when properly serviced and maintained. To make sure your heating system lasts as long as possible, schedule heating maintenance services at least once a year, change the air filter often, and when heating repairs are needed, complete them promptly to avoid further system damage.
What should I do if my heating system will not start?
Check the thermostat for power, make sure it is in heating mode, and double-check its temperature settings. If the system still won’t start, turn the breakers for the system off, then back on to reset it. If none of these steps help to get the system running, call our team at Blanton’s for professional heating repairs and troubleshooting in the Fayetteville or Raleigh areas.
Why won’t my furnace burners stay lit?
If your furnace has a pilot light, make sure it is lit, and that the flame is touching the thermocouple. If it has an igniter, make sure it is glowing or heating properly. If the pilot light or igniter is working, you may need a professional to replace the thermocouple in furnaces with pilot lights, or to clean the flame sensor in ones with an electronic igniter.
Why is my furnace cycling on and off frequently?
There may be a problem with the fan limiter, a clogged air filter, or a duct obstruction that is allowing the heat exchanger to overheat. This trips a safety switch, shutting the furnace down until it cools enough to start back up. Contact our team at Blanton’s for help with furnace cycling, premature shutdowns, cool air from the vents, or similar furnace problems.
Do I need a carbon monoxide detector?
If you have a furnace, boiler, or water heater powered by natural gas or oil, it is a good idea to have at least one carbon monoxide detector near the appliance, and ideally once for each level of your home and each bedroom. Carbon monoxide is produced when a fuel-burning appliance malfunctions, and it is a tasteless, odorless gas that can be potentially lethal.
Do you have more questions about your heating system? Call Blanton’s today at (866) 982-0786 or contact us online to speak with our heating experts today!