A surprise like this is never an interesting thing, but you can trust our HVAC experts to make them reliable and find the longest solution instead of a short-term band-aid repair. We are committed to all major brands and always provide the highest quality craftsmanship. Whether your house has a central air or heat pump, we can diagnose and repair most models on the same day.
There’s never a “good” time for your heating system to break down, but for some reason, they always seem to go down at the absolute worst times. Whether it’s the middle of the night or the middle of winter – or worse, both – a malfunctioning furnace can be quite an uncomfortable situation. That’s where we come in.
Our technicians understand the urgency behind a failing heating system and are professionally trained to thoroughly diagnose and repair your system’s issues correctly, the first time. Don’t let your home go cold on those wintery nights by ignoring a failing heat source; let our trusted team save the day and restore your warm cozy living spaces!
Deciding to call in the professionals for an issue with your HVAC unit isn’t always a cut-and-dry decision, and we understand that. It’s not always a complete heating system failure that prompts a phone all – sometimes you may wonder if that little ticking sound you hear warrants the repair call or if it’s something you can ignore.
In our line of work, there’s one thing that’s certain: if you’re questioning whether you need to have your heating system inspected by a contractor, then you probably should. In fact, if you’re experiencing any of the following, then it’s definitely time to give us a call:
- Any change in sounds. No matter how small a sound may seem, any change in normal operating noises coming from your unit can mean big trouble if left ignored. Waiting for major sounds like loud bangs or rattles can often lead to major repair bills by extension. Calling for service at the first sign of an unusual sound can help keep damage and repair costs to a minimum.
- No heat. This one is pretty much a no-brainer, but if your heating system has suddenly stopped producing heat, well, it’s in need of repair.
- Growing energy bills. If you notice your energy bills have been slowly or steadily increasing over the past few months, it may be due to your heating system. Calling for a service check can help not only improve the efficiency of your unit but also lower your energy bills each month.
One of the best ways to put an end to costly repair bills on your HVAC unit is by utilizing proper routine maintenance. By staying vigilant with scheduled checkups and maintenance regimens, your professional HVAC technician will be able to help you keep costly repairs at bay.
Our team of dedicated service contractors specializes in preventative care and improving the overall efficiency of your heating systems. We strive to help our customers cut the need for emergency repairs by offering top-of-the-line routine care that helps safeguard your system against future breakdowns.
Whether you’re in need of repairs or looking to keep your system in peak operating condition, give us a call today to see how we can help you make the preventative difference!
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Heating & Cooling FAQ
A well maintained HVAC system can run efficiently for 12-15 years and a furnace for 15-25 years. If you have an older system in your home that has required many repairs recently, consider upgrading to a new system.
An HVAC unit may run for many years past the recommended replacement date. However, for a lot of those years it will probably run well below its rated EER. Which means it is running inefficiently and costing you extra money every year.
If your condenser, furnace and ducting are all old it is better to replace them all at once. You won`t reap as much benefits (better airflow, higher efficiency, etc.) upgrading only part of your system to a new system.
- Regularly replace your HVAC filters
- Have your HVAC regularly maintained
- Keep the area around your condenser clean to prevent any damage to the system
- Seal any leaks around windows or doors to prevent your ac from overworking
- Hire an HVAC professional you can trust