Just because we only have a few cold months in Phoenix doesn’t mean you can’t turn on the heater to keep customers and employees comfortable. You need them to keep your business running smoothly.
What happens when you flip from the air conditioner to heater and NOTHING happens?
You could be left in the cold but you don’t have to be.
Call Forrest Anderson for commercial heater repair.
No matter the weather outside, we want your employees and customers to be comfortable all year round. For three generations we’ve been working with businesses like yours to make sure the heater (and air conditioner) is repaired in a timely fashion and with the highest customer care.
We never want you to worry that your commercial heater isn’t working.
Our dedicated technicians are available 24/7 for emergency service.
When we arrive at your business, we follow our four point service model that’s designed to provide a consistent and high quality customer experience.
Our technicians talk to you about the problem you called us for and discuss commercial heater repair options, provide an estimate, and work with you to get the work completed to your satisfaction.
Even if you’re not sure it’s an emergency, call us. Ignoring a small repair can lead to greater damage to the heater and more expense to your business in lost productivity. We’d rather check the problem and repair it as soon as possible.
Common Heater Repairs
Your commercial heater contains moving parts that, if left to run each year without inspection or commercial heater maintenance, will cause the system to break down.
- Fan motors blow heat into the home but parts can wear out causing the fan to stop working. Hot air will be trapped in the heater. To prevent further damage, the heater shuts off until the fan motor is repaired or replaced.
- Dirty blower. When dirt build up on the blades, the furnace’s airflow is reduced causing it work less efficiently. This translates to higher utility bills for customers and contributes to the wear and tear of the heat exchanger.
- Fractures in heat exchanger. Each part of the commercial heater is related to another part like the heat exchanger and blower. When the blower isn’t working efficiently, it runs hotter causing the metal of the exchanger to expand and contract at a higher rate. Eventually the metal becomes fatigued caused an increase in the amount of poisonous carbon monoxide to enter the home. This is common in older heaters that have not been repaired on a regular basis.
If your commercial heater hasn’t been maintained, you will experience more repairs.
Don’t ignore a heater that’s not working.
Get today’s problem fixed before it causes additional damage to the unit.