Inspecting A Heating System: Having your heating system inspected annually is a crucial step in ensuring your equipment is safe and functional for the season. Our technicians will thoroughly inspect your equipment and take the time to make sure you and your family are comfortable and safe in your home.
Our job is to observe and inform our customers of any implications that may be hazardous to you and your family. A rusted or leaky furnace heat exchanger is a possibly dangerous condition. High Carbon Dioxide (CO) levels can lead to a fatality.
Annual Clean and Checks of Equipment: It is wise to call and set up an appointment to have your heating equipment inspected and cleaned annually. Call our office and we will schedule an appointment that is convenient for you to inspect your heating equipment before the brutal cold season starts.
We evaluate the following items for your boiler or furnace clean and check: *Burners *Water jacket *Pilot assembly *Thermocouple *Safety controls *Expansion tank *Motors *Gas Pressures *Gas Leaks *Surface Ignitors *Flame Sensors *Grounding surfaces
A proper evaluation of your furnace will be beneficial in the long run. Some of the items of a good thorough clean and check include: *Gas burners *Gas pressures *Pilot assembly *Thermocouple *Ignition system *Heat exchanger *Flu venting *Fan control *Electrical wiring *Safety device *Blower speed *Motor Amp draw *Filters *Thermostat
Annual Maintenance Agreements: Many problems occur due to lack of maintenance. Having your heating system serviced annually will help reduce future problems. Our technicians will provide a thorough clean and check on your gas furnace or boiler to ensure peace of mind.
Ask our technicians for details about our Star Customer Program and how you can save money on your home heating service.
Yesterday North Star came in to clean/inspect a unit I have not lived in for four years.Cris came in and walked me through all of issues.Full Review
Jerry and the North Star team did an amazing job strategizing and installing a completely new and reconfigured HVAC system.Full Review
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If your house isn't cooling, it can turn a dreamy summer day into a nightmare. Below are a few tips to check before calling for service. A quick check can save time and money.
If your thermostat is blank or has a blinking battery light or symbol on the thermostat, it indicates that the batteries need to be changed. Most thermostats require AA or AAA batteries.
Sometimes a high voltage breaker can trip and cause the unit to stop working. If that is the issue, flip it back and you should be back in business.
If the filter is dirty the unit will run continuously and the temperature in you house will have a difficult time keeping up. A simple change may be all you need to address the situation.
If ice covers your coil, or liquid that couldn't have come from another source surrounds the line, your line is likely leaking refrigerant and a professional inspection is warranted.
If your house isn't heating, these few tips may help save you from sitting out in the cold.