Match With Your Heater’s Expected Life Span
When you’re in the market for heater parts replacement in Boiling Springs and Spartanburg, SC than look no further than AdvantAir Inc.! There are many components of your heater or furnace that could malfunction, instead of whole heater replacements, heater parts replacements could be a simple and more cost-effective solution to get the most out of your unit’s 15-20 year life expectancy and get your heating system back into action! If you’d like to know more about the intricacies of your system give us a call 864-804-6400 at and we’ll be happy to guide you through repair options!
Parts & Components of Heaters
- Blower Motor
- Circuit Control Board
- Combustion Chamber
- Condenser Coil or Compressor
- Condenser Fan Motor
- Evaporator Coil
- Gas Valves
- Heat Capacitor
- Heat Exchanger
- Heat Pump
Heat Exchangers & Capacitors
Heat exchangers can differ if they are being used for an AC or furnace. Essentially how a heat exchanger operates is that it uses thermal energy and transfers it from one medium to another. Elements that come from gases like propane or petroleum or liquids like oil, water or refrigerants will be exchanged into heated air. Another furnace part that may be taken under consideration as far as heater parts replacements are heater capacitors. Heater capacitors may need to be replaced when you’re noticing that your heat distribution is not working as well as it should be. There are two types of capacitors, a run and start capacitor, which are both component of the fan motor. The run capacitor operates by steadily using electricity to run the fan motors in order to distribute hot air into the ducts. As expected the start capacitor, in turn, will assist the motor in starting once the heating component has been activated. When you’re having trouble with your heating capacitors it also may be necessary to consider that there could be an issue with your electrical source as that too is a possibility as they operate through it.
Circuits & Relays
An area that will often fail due to overheating or reacting to failing parts of the overall heating system is the circuit control board. The circuit control board is in charge of moderating the voltage that runs through contractors and relays which turns parts of a heating system on and off. Such parts of the heating system that get power from the circuit board are the blower motor, condenser fan motor, and compressor. One example of a failing part affecting the circuit is a blower motor causing a blown fuse. An important component of the circuit board are the relays where power is transferred as they consist of coils and dry contacts to power motors. These relays act as pathways which can open and close so if you’re not getting heat in your system then perhaps the relays are not transferring power to your blower motor. When you’re not getting enough heated air, it could be you need to have your relays replaced.
Something that is essential, no matter the system that needs to be maintained, is thermostat care. A good way to check proper functionality is to turn up the thermostat and hear if your system turns on and continues to run as this ensures proper functionality. However, if it turns off after a short amount of time, it could be short cycling. In these cases, it can mean that the thermostat needs to be properly adjusted by being recalibrated or replaced. Or it could mean that the heat exchanger is overheating and the safety device is shutting down. If a furnace or boiler ignites when you turn on your thermostat, check the flame’s shape and color and make sure that they’re solid blue with tight ovals. If instead, you see flickering tinges of yellow, it may be best for your safety to rely on a technician to adjust the air or fuel mix.
Call On A Professional
When your system is behaving oddly there can be a variety of reasons as to why. Don’t waste time guessing the issues that may be taking place when you can have a professional technician run tests to determine where the heater problems are localized. With a professional taking a look at your unit you can get the correct heater parts replacement without worries of fixing additional parts. However, if ultimately the majority of your system is compromised it may be recommended to replace the whole unit. No matter the case, we’ll work with you to find the best cost-effective solution possible!
With the number of parts composed inside of a heater, you may want to ask a professional for help with AdvantAir Inc.! For heater parts replacement in Boiling Springs and Spartanburg, SC call 864-804-6400!