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If your heating / furnace unit isn’t working—whether it acts more like a fan or just doesn’t come on, we are free to offer a resolution for your heating / furnace unit issue immediately. Just call our toll free number and we will take care of the rest, whether advising you what to do or setting up an appointment to diagnose and fix the issue. We are available any time of day or night to help you with your Spokane Heating / furnace unit Repair at:

509 207-7138

For parts only: 800-370-9281

Please note that all purchased heating and furnace parts are shipped directly to you.

We repair all heating / furnace unit models and brands in Spokane:

Brown
Aprilaire
Bryant
Carrier
Janitrol

Caloric
Carrier
American Standard
Trane
Heil

Lennox
York
Ruud
Tempstar
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Our service area for heating / furnace unit repairs includes Spokane and the adjoining areas. Please see our service area list below to check whether we provide service where you live:

Spokane
Spokane Valley
City of Spokane Valley
Shadle Garland
Valleyford
Sunset Hill
Liberty Park
Liberty Lake
Manito
Waverly
Marshall
Rockford
Veradale
Chattaroy
Deer Par

Fairfield
Four Lakes
Greenacres
Newman Lake
Medical Lake
Otis Orchards
Airway Heights
Nine Mile Falls
Spangle
Newport
Colbert
Fairchild Afb
Rathdrum
Reardan
Downtown Spokane

Harrison
Hayden
Sprague
Loon lake
Springdale
Clayton
Tumtum
Cheney
Latah
Mica
Elk
Mead
Coeur D Alene
Post Falls

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We have included the information below is included here to help you get more familiar with your heating / furnace unit. The information can also lengthen the life of your heating / furnace unit, and help you learn how to use them most efficiently—which, as you know, will ultimately save you money on your utility bills. Please note, however, that we have not posted anything recommending that you perform any heating / furnace unit repairs on your own. Heating / furnace unit repairs require familiarity, skilled training and heating / furnace unit repair gear. Repairs for electric and gas heating / furnace unit systems can become especially dangerous if you aren’t a qualified professional. For the skilled expertise of a Spokane heating / furnace unit repair technician call us any time of day or night at:

509 207-7138

Should I Install a Furnace Humidifier?

When the temperature drops outside, so does the amount of humidity in the air, leading to typical winter woes like dry skin, sore throats, respiratory problems and irritated noses. Inside your home, the situation isn’t any better. When we turn up the heat, we simultaneous pump dry air throughout the house. Central heating can shrink indoor humidity levels to as low as 10 percent during extremely cold weather. In addition to health problems, the arid air can cause hardwood floors to contract and separate at the seams, plants to turn brown and die and wallpaper to peel at the edges. Humidifying your home can go a long way toward providing the right amount of moisture to ward off illness and protect your home.
While numerous freestanding humidifiers are available, attaching a humidifier to your furnace means you will only need one unit to moisturize your entire house. And most furnace, or whole-house, humidifiers come equipped with a humidistat, so you can control the exact level of humidity you want.

How they work
Furnace humidifiers are normally installed in the ducts next to your furnace. The air the furnace heats up moves through the humidifier’s evaporator pad, a ceramic-coated area that is saturated with water. The dry air grabs moisture from the pad, distributing it throughout the house as it circulates throughout the rooms.

Energy used
Whole-house humidifiers use about 7 to 8 gallons of water a day, though some models can use as much as 12 gallons. Even at the highest amount, it’s not enough to make a noticeable difference in your water bill. What’s more, a furnace humidifier can help reduce your heating bills. Moist air feels warmer than cool air—69 degrees at 35 percent humidity feels the same as 72 degrees at 19 percent. That means you can turn the thermostat down (and save resources) without feeling chilly. If your house is well sealed against the elements—insulated walls and ceilings, weather stripping on doors and windows, snug doors and fireplace damper—it will hold in more moisture and allow you to turn down the humidistat.

Optimal humidity
Too much moisture can cause condensation and water to pool on cool surfaces, sometimes even leading to mold growth in closets and on ceilings. Use the following guides to determine if your humidity is too high.

  • Do the entire windows fog up frequently? The right humidity will cause slight condensation at the bottom edge and in corners of windows. More than that, and you may have too much.
  • Fill a glass with ice water and stir and let sit for at least 3 minutes. Did water build up on the outside of the glass? If so, you may have too much moisture in the air.

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

509 207-7138

Or send an appointment request online at appointment@spokanewaappliancerepair.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.

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