As a kid, you feared things that go bump in the night, but as an adult, it’s the rattle of a malfunctioning gas heater that sends a shiver down your spine. Is your gas heater making noise? The knowledgeable technicians at Gold Star Services have the advanced tools and training to diagnose and resolve your HVAC issues in record time.
Besides gas heater repair, we also specialize in heating and cooling equipment installation, maintenance, and replacement. We understand the importance of your time, comfort, and money, which is why more than 90% of our calls are completed on the same visit. Call 302-376-7677 today to speak to a member of our team.
3 Common Gas Heater Issues
Gas heaters burn fuels, such as natural gas or propane, to heat your indoor spaces. While these systems can be loud, excessive noise may be a sign that your unit is damaged or malfunctioning. Let’s explore just a few reasons why your HVAC system is making noise:
The Motor or Belt Is Damaged
Gas heaters rely on powerful fans to draw in air and distribute heat throughout your home. If the belt or motor connected to this fan loosens or is damaged, your unit may emit a screeching or whining noise.
Panel Is Loose
If your device is rattling, don’t be alarmed. In most cases, this is because one of the panels covering the heater’s internal machinery has loosened over time. Simply tighten any screws on the outside of your heater to eliminate the nose. Still rattling? It’s time to consult a trained HVAC technician.
Delayed Gas Ignition
You’re about to settle in for the night when a loud bang reverberates throughout your home. The culprit: delayed gas ignition. This common issue occurs when gas builds up inside your heater instead of combusting immediately. While these explosions aren’t dangerous, they can damage your heater.
Gas Heater Making Noise? Turn to the HVAC Pros at Gold Star
Make sure your HVAC system is running efficiently and effectively with help from the knowledgeable crew at Gold Star Services. Call 302-376-7677 to schedule a home visit.