Heating, Conover, NC

HomeHeating, Conover, NC

Put away the blankets and have your heating assessed today.

Dealing with a heating system that isn’t working or that is costing you more money than it should is frustrating. Luckily, we can help you with your heating needs at Jenkins Services Group, LLC. If you’re concerned about your unit or are curious about your options, we’re here to answer your call in Conover, North Carolina.

Heating in Conover, North Carolina

Most heating systems last between 15 and 20 years. If your system is this old or older, you may want to consider getting a new one. This is particularly important if you’ve noticed a rise in heating costs over the past few seasons. Higher utility bills could indicate that your heating system isn’t working as well as it used to and is fighting to keep up. In addition, your heating system might be affecting your health. An old heating system can cause dust, allergens, or other pollutants to circulate in your home, affecting the air you breathe.

You might also need a new system if you notice your unit requires frequent repairs. Or your family or guests may complain that some parts of your home are always colder than others or that the heat isn’t the same everywhere. If these situations sound familiar, contact us to have your heating unit evaluated.

Strange sounds coming from your system, like banging, rattling, or squealing, also indicate you may need heating services. These sounds could mean that your heating system isn’t working as well as it should and needs new parts or, in severe cases, needs to be replaced entirely.

You should talk to our professionals if you notice any of the above signs. We can look at your system and tell you whether it should be fixed or replaced. Don’t be left out in the cold. Have your heating system evaluated by our team by contacting us today.

At Jenkins Services Group, LLC, we provide heating services for customers in Denver, Newton, Conover, Claremont, Long Island, Statesville, Troutman, Mooresville, Terrell, Sherrills Ford, Maiden, and Catawba, North Carolina.