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What To Check Before Calling For Emergency No Heat Service

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In Ottawa, the winters are not only long and cold—they’re dangerous as well. When the temperatures dip below freezing, people need to be able to get to the warmth and safety of their homes to escape the bitter cold temperatures. At Harding Heating & Air Conditioning, we know how dangerous it can be when you have no heat. That’s why we offer 24/7 emergency no heat service!

This season, if you get stuck in the cold,
contact us directly at 613-831-2257

You can also try one of these fixes to try to get the warm air flowing in your home.

Check the Power: Your furnace needs power to work, so check to see that no fuses have tripped and that the furnace power switch is ON.

Check for Obstructions: New furnaces don’t vent through the chimney. Instead, they exhaust through the side of the home. If there’s a lot of snow, check to make sure the intake and exhaust pipe aren’t blocked.

Check the Thermostat: You’ll want to ensure that the thermostat settings are correct—that it’s set to HEAT—and also that there are working batteries. Incorrect settings or low batteries could affect the heating capabilities of your furnace.

Check Furnace Filter: Many furnace problems are a result of a neglected furnace filter. If you can’t remember the last time the filter was replaced, it’s a good idea to check and change the filter.

If the above DIY fixes didn’t resolve your heating problem, please call Team Harding! We’ll be happy to come out to diagnose and solve your no heat problem.

Contact us today for emergency no heat service.

Harding Heating & Air Conditioning has been the Ottawa Region’s most trusted home comfort provider for over 24 years. We want you and your family to stay safe and we hope you’ll incorporate changing your smoke alarm batteries into your daylight saving time routine each year.

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