Heating Repairs

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One of the most important features in your home is your heating system. Winters in the Chesapeake are unpredictable. This unpredictability is reason enough to make sure your heating system is operating optimally. Level Home Services works to ensure that your home is comfortable all year round, including helping your heating system to run efficiently. When you contact us with a problem with your heating system, we dispatch a technician as soon as possible. The goal is to assess the problem quickly, figure out the solution, and then provide you with a free estimate on the cost. A proper heating system keeps you warm and saves you money on your energy bills.

Don't Put Off Heating Repairs!

If you notice your heating system is on the fritz, contact us, as soon as possible. Nothing would be worse than getting stuck in an unexpected snow storm without heat. Don't fret, often, the problem may be something simple, that if caught right away will alleviate compounding the problem.




Blower Runs Continuously

Blower issues may indicate a problem with the limit switch, which a professional may need to replace.


Electric Ignition or Pilot Control Problem

Faulty ignition or pilot will cause issues with the system turning on when needed.


Ductwork Issues

Repairs leaks and gaps in your ductwork which cause heat to escape.



Noisy Furnace

Furnace making a racket? Loud sounds may indicate a mechanical problem, airflow reductions or a clogged burner.


Furnace Won't Heat

This could be an indication of something wrong with the thermostat, central power, the gas line or the pilot light.


Frequent Cycling

Occurs when your system keeps switching between the on and off modes, and may indicate clogged filters, improper airflow or a bad thermostat setting.



Radiator Issues

Older homes may still use radiators, which require direct repair when not working properly. They may simply need to be bled and flushed.


Broken Heat Pump

A broken heat pump will prevent heat from being distributed even throughout your home. It will cause cold and warm areas, or no heat disbursed at all.

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