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Heating Services

Keep your home or business warm, comfortable, and safe this winter with professional heating services from Honesty Services.

Whether you need a quick repair, comprehensive maintenance, or a full installation service, we can cover all of your heating needs. Our experienced team has over 50 years of experience in the industry. Our knowledge and tools let us get the job done quickly and affordably.

Contact us today to book and appointment for heating installations, furnace repair, and more.

Heater / Furnace Repair

Heater / Furnace Installation

Heat Pump Services

Heater / Furnace Repair

For emergency furnace or heater repair in North and South Carolina, contact th experts at Honesty Services.

Signs You Need Furnace or Heater Repair

If you’re seeing any of the following symptoms in your heater or furnace, it may be a sign that you unit needs repair:

  • You are constantly losing heating or cooling power.
  • Your unit is emitting strange noises.
  • Reduced airflow coming from the vents.
  • The unit is dripping water.

The Benefits Furnace Maintenance

An annual inspection on your furnace or heater is the best type of preventative maintenance. Professional inspections ensure that your furnace or heater is safely operating at peak efficiency. Here are some of the items our team inspects during a maintenance service:

  • Carbon Monoxide Testing
  • Inspection of the thermocouple and pilot light.
  • Inspecting the furnace control board, limit control, gas valve and more.
  • Testing that the thermostat is functioning properly.
  • Cleaning all air filters.
  • Testing the efficiency of the blower motor and run capacitor.

Annual maintenance will keep your heating system working better for longing, saving you the hassle of surprise repairs.

Don’t wait for your furnace or heater to stop working completely. Get fast and reliable repair services by contacting Honesty Services!

Heater / Furnace Installation

If your old furnace or heater is starting to break down, it’s time to replace it with an upgraded model! Outdated units can lead to rising energy bills and frequent repairs. Contact Honesty Services today for cost-effective furnace and heater replacement.

 

  Signs That You Need a New Furnace or Heater Installed

Over time, your furnace need regular maintenance and repairs to operate at peak efficiency. However, there will come a time when repair won’t work anymore and a new unit is required. Be on the lookout for the following signs that a replacement model is in your future:

  • You’re experiencing rising energy costs due to an inefficient unit.
  • You home or business is being unevenly heated. Cold spots can indicate that your heater or furnace is failing.
  • Your unit has needed frequent repairs over the last two years.
  • Physical damage like cracks or dents in your furnace or heater.
  • A flickering pilot light is especially dangerous. This indicates an excess of carbon monoxide and warrants an immediate replacement unit.

How Long Does a Typical Furnace Last?

While every appliance has an expiration date, furnaces typically last between 10 and 20 years. During that time, regular inspections and maintenance are commong. However, if the unit begins needing frequent repairs then your best option is to set up a new installation. You can save on future repairs and even your power bill when you upgrade to a more efficient model.

Heat Pump Services

Save money on your heating bills when you upgrade to a heat pump! Contact us today for professional heat pump services from the heating and cooling specialists at Honesty Services.

If you’re sick and tired of opening up a big energy bill each month, then you can benefit from a new, energy-efficient heat pump. Residential and commerical customers in North and South Carolina often find heat pumps to be a more cost-efficient HVAC option. Honesty Services helps customers get the most out of their heat pumps with expert heat pump repair and installation services.

How Does a Heat Pump Work?

In principle, heat pumps are similar to air conditioning systems. Your AC transfers hot and cold air. Heat pumps also transfer hot and cold air. The difference lies in the method that the air is transferred and condensed.

An AC uses gas or electricity to power a condensor unit that provides cool air. Heat pumps, on the other hand, are more efficient because they actually use the outside air or underground temperatures to to heat air. This avoids the need for an energy source, making it more cost-effective.

What are the Benefits of Heat Pump Installation?

Here are some of the most beneficial features of a heat pump:

Energy Efficiency: As heat pumps do not use fuel to heat or cool the air, they are more efficient than traditional HVAC systems.

Cost Savings: With a lower fuel consumption, you will notice significantly lower energy bills each month when you get a new heat pump installed.

Less Repairs: Because heat pumps have fewer moving parts, they need fewer repairs. This will help your new heat pump to last longer and run stronger.