El Paso, TX Appliance Air Conditioning Heating Repair and Service
El Paso, TX Appliance, Air Conditioning and Heating Repair
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If you need El Paso, TX repair on your heating systems, we can come to your home any time that it is convenient for you. Call us 24/7 at our toll free number:

915 261-0601

Or send an appointment request online at appointment@elpasoapplianceservice.com To do so, please specify your name, address and a brief nature of the problem. Once we receive your request we will contact you as soon as possible.

El Paso
Sparks
Horizon City
Fort Bliss
Rancho Palo Chino
Juarenses
Maestros
Socoro
Saragoza

Juarez
Cazadores
Partido Romero
Holgun
Fuentes Los Nogales
Galeana
Frontera
Las Palomas
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Manhattan Heights
Ridgecrest
Vista Hills
San Elizario
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Centro
El Paso
Santa Teresa
Socorro

The products we fix in El Paso, TX include: heating repair, replacement, installation. We service all El Paso, TX County -- check the list of areas we service.

We work on the following brands: Ducane heating sustems, Trane heating sustems, American Standard heating sustems, Goodman heating sustems, Carrier heating sustems, Bryant heating sustems, Payne heating sustems, GE heating sustems, Janitrol heating sustems, Aprilaire heating sustems, Fedders heating sustems, Lennox heating sustems, Luxaire heating sustems, Comfortmaker heating sustems, Tempstar heating sustems, Amana heating sustems, York heating sustems, Rheem heating sustems, Ruud heating sustems, Armstrong heating sustems, Heil heating sustems, and many other brands of heating systems.

Below we have provided preventative and easy-to-repair tips for your heating systems. If your issue cannot be resolved with our easy tips, we strongly suggest that you call us for an appointment. We will be happy to help.

Direct heat and central heat
Some 22 million American homes have a direct- heating sustems a throwback to the era of fire places and potbellied stoves. The heating apparatus exudes warmth directly to the space where heating system is located. Electricity provides a particularly comfortable source of direct heating. Resistance wires, similar in principle to the elements in a toaster, run through baseboard heating units or may be strung inside walls, ceilings or floors; individual heating thermostats control the temperature in each room.
The great majority of homes, however, have central- heating systems. These heating systems are popular largely because they are more efficient and can be located in an out-of-the-way place, yet can heat the entire house. Central heating systems are made up of several distinct units:
HEAT PRODUCER. This may be an oil, gas or wood burner, an electric heater or a heat pump, alone or in combination.
HEAT EXCHANGER. This unit is called a furnace if it heats air, a boiler if it heats water or makes steam. The air, water or steam goes through passageways inside the exchanger that keep it separated from the combustion gases of the burner; the gases are expelled through a flue. Any of these heat exchangers can be hooked up to any of the several kinds of heat producers.
HEAT DISTRIBUTOR. There are three types, one for each type of exchanger. In a warm-air system, the air is drawn into the exchanger by a large fan (a blower) and sent through ducts to warm-air registers. In a hot-water system, water is forced through the exchanger by a pump (a circulator) and sent through pipes to convectors, a type of radiator. Steam rises under its own pressure from the exchanger, going through pipes to radiators.
CONTROLS. Most homes have one thermostat in, the living area to turn the heating plant on and off. But some achieve closer control with several, and a few installations sense out side temperature in order to respond more to weather changes.
The most common problem with central sustains is uneven heat: rooms nearest the heat producer get too hot, those farther away never get warm enough. Since tinkering with one part of a system may affect other parts, adjustments may take days or weeks; so this is primarily a job for the homeowner.
Steam systems are least amenable to adjustment, but the heat of individual radiators can be regulated by turning the dial on each air vent (page 323). If your vents are not adjustable, change them; they are not expensive.

If your issue cannot be resolved with our easy tips, we strongly suggest that you call us for an appointment.

915 261-0601

Or send an appointment request online at appointment@elpasoapplianceservice.com To do so, please specify your name, address and a brief nature of the problem. Once we receive your request we will contact you as soon as possible. We will be happy to help.