Quick & Comprehensive Heater Repair, Installation & Maintenance
As a locally owned and operated company, Wolff Mechanical, Inc. takes great pride in serving the members of our community by providing high-quality heating services. Our NATE-certified techs are equipped with state-of-the-art tools and technology and are fully prepared to provide the top-quality heating solutions you deserve.
Our Scottsdale heating services include:
- Heater repair
- Heater installation
- Heater maintenance
- Heater installation
- Heat pump installation & repair
- Boiler repair & replacement
- Furnace repair & replacement
No job is too big or too small for Wolff Mechanical, Inc. to take on. Turn to us for your next heating service and rest assured we’ll get it done right the first time around.
Signs You Need to Replace Your Heater
If your heater is acting up, it might just be time for an upgrade. We recommend becoming familiar with the signs that your system is on its way out the door so you can have it replaced before it breaks down.
Below are signs you need to replace your heater:
- It is 15+ years old
- Your heater makes loud banging, screeching, or rattling sounds
- It has been repaired multiple times in the last few years
- Your utility bills are consistently high
- Your heater runs all day long
- Your home is never quite warm enough
- Your home is extra dusty after running your heater
- The air coming from your air registers smells funky
- Some rooms are warm and others are cold
- Your heater cycles on and off constantly
Not sure if it’s time for a new heater? Reach out to our Scottsdale heating service technicians. We are here to examine your entire system, assess its condition, and offer our professional advice. If the time has come for a new system, you can count on us to select a heater that perfectly meets your needs.
Installing a new heater is easy with Wolff Mechanical, Inc. on your side. We are known for providing seamless installation services. Give us a call to get started!
How to Avoid Heater Repairs
The occasional repair is to be expected, but for the most part, your system should be running without issue. The key to ensuring your heater maintains peak efficiency and performance is routine maintenance. During professional maintenance appointments, your technician inspects the entire system, cleans dirty components, tightens loose electrical components, calibrates the thermostat, lubricates motor parts, and runs a full safety and performance test. This enables them to take care of any potential problem areas before they have a chance to cause too much damage.
Your heater should be tuned up once a year, preferably in early fall. That way, you can ensure your system is prepared to keep your home and family warm all winter long.
Additional tips for avoiding heater repairs include:
- Changing your air filter when it gets dirty
- Clearing the area surrounding your system
- Opening all air registers
- Vacuuming air registers regularly
- Setting the thermostat low in the winter
For more tips and tricks, reach out to our Scottsdale heating service experts.
Providing Exceptional Service Since 1990
Backed by 30+ years of service excellence, there is no problem Wolff Mechanical, Inc. cannot handle. Each member of our team has undergone extensive training and is fully qualified to handle any repair, replacement, or maintenance service you may need.
Wolff Mechanical, Inc. handles things The Wolff Way, which means we are focused on the highest standards of internal training, professionalism, and customer service experience. We offer a wide range of professional services and ensure each member of our team is fully trained and certified.
Turn to Wolff Mechanical, Inc. for dependable heating services in Scottsdale. Call (602) 362-8628 to make an appointment today.
“Brandon D. educated me on the unit, was on time, thorough, and nice.”- Son Goku
“I have used Wolff before and have had excellent results.”- Laura Ruggiero
“Andre was fantastic. He diagnosed the problem right away, repaired it quickly and was very careful with my shrubs by the unit.”- Jac McCracken