Heating repair

When your Heating System doesn't work efficiently and needs professional San Diego heating repair service, we can arrive to your home, office or business any time that it is convenient for you. Call us 24 hours 7days a week for fast san Diego heating repair at our local number:


For parts only: 800-370-9281

Please note that all purchased heating and furnace parts are shipped directly to you.

If you like to set up an appointment online please specify your name, address and a brief nature of the heating problem and send it to appointment@SanDiegoApplianceRepair.net Once we receive your request we will contact you immediately to confirm your San Diego heating repair appointment.

We work on all the Heating/ Furnace units brands including:

American Standard
Bryant Janitrol
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Our heating repair service area includes entire San Diego and the surrounding cities that are listed below:

San Diego
Chula Vista
Del Mar
Imperial Beach
La Mesa
Lemon Grove
National City
La Jolla San Marcos
Solana Beach
El Cajon
Del Mar
Point Loma
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Below we include helpful information and maintenance tips for furnace and heating systems. If your heating problem still cannot be resolved after reading the text, we strongly advise for your own safety not to get involved with any heating repairs on your own. We are ready to help. For professional heating repair help in San Diego call us to schedule your heating repair appointment at our local number:



Gas and Oil Heating Systems

Inside the furnace or boiler, fuel is sprayed into a heating combustion chamber where it is mixed with air and burned. The combustion products are vented out of the building through a flue pipe. The flames heat a metal box called a heat exchanger. In a heating system and furnace air is heated in the heat exchanger, while in a boiler, water is heated in the heat exchanger. For hot-water systems, the water is heated to about 180°F; in steam systems, the water is boiled, creating steam.

Heating system controls regulate when the various components of the heating system turn on and off. The most important heating control from your standpoint is the thermostat, which turns the system or at least the distribution system on and off to keep you comfortable. But there are other controls in a heating system, including aqua stats, valves, vents, fan thermostats, and dampers

Maintenance and Tune-ups Recommended to be done only by Heating System Technicians

Oil-fired heating systems should be tuned up and cleaned every year, heating gas-fired systems every two years, and heat pumps every two or three years. Regular heating tune-ups not only cut heating costs, but they also increase the lifetime of the system, reduce heating breakdowns and heating repair costs, and cut the amount of carbon monoxide, smoke, and other pollutants pumped into the atmosphere. System modifications to improve energy efficiency can be made when the service technician is there for the annual tune-up

The company that sells oil or gas usually has trained technicians who can test your furnace or boiler, clean it, and tune it for optimum efficiency. Independent heating contractors provide this service as well. A complete heating tune-up usually costs $50-100 and reduces your heating bill from 3-10%. Some heating companies perform these services as part of a regular heating repair service contract. Check to make sure that all of the services listed below are included.

Tests the Technician Should Perform During a heating tune-up. The heating service technician will perform a number of tests to determine the system's performance and efficiency. Incomplete combustion of fuel and excessively high flue gas temperatures are the two main contributors to low efficiency. If the technician cannot get the combustion efficiency up to at least 75% after tuning it up, you should consider installing a new heating system or at least modifying your present heating system to increase its heating efficiency.

Note that the combustion efficiency is different from annual fuel utilization efficiency (AFUE). For older burners, the AFUE can be estimated by multiplying the combustion efficiency by 0.85. Thus, if the combustion efficiency is 75%, the AFUE is around 0.75 x 0.85 = 64%.

The technician should measure the efficiency of your system both before and after tuning it up and provide you with a copy of the results. Combustion efficiency is determined indirectly, based on some of the following tests:

1) flue temperature

2) percent carbon dioxide or oxygen

3) smoke number

4) carbon monoxide

5) draft.

After reading the text and the problem cannot be resolved, we strongly suggest that you call us for yuor furnace or heating system repair appointment at.