Heating Repair Services
Is your heating on the fritz?
Give us a call, and we will dispatch one of our certified HVAC technicians to diagnose the problem and make the necessary repairs quickly.
We have been in business for more than 36-years and are family-owned and operated. You will also find that we have an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau. Additionally, the readers of the San Bernardino Sun has voted us the “Favorite Heating & Air Conditioning Company” for numerous years now.
Diagnose & Repairs
Repairing a furnace at the first sign of a problem is another way to maintain an efficient system as well as avoiding expensive replacement costs. Our technicians can diagnose and fix your furnace in one visit. We pride ourselves in taking the best care of our customers and always making sure that we do our jobs promptly. There are specific indicators that you can look for when deciding whether or not it’s time for a repair:
• Spike in Utility Bill
• Water Near the Furnace
• Smell Gas
• Low Airflow
• Thermostat Not Responding
At the first sign of a problem, give us a call to avoid putting a strain on a system that needs repair. The longer a system runs without fixing the problem, the more extensive the damage can become. We offer same day appointments to ensure that our customers are always taken care of.
Frequently Asked Questions
How much does a new furnace AC unit costs?
There are so many factors that would impact the cost of a new furnace, including the size of the unit, the efficiency rating, and the specific location of your current unit. If you would like to get an accurate quote on what it would cost to replace your furnace with a new one give us a call at (909) 883-8827.
What is an HVAC unit?
HVAC stands for Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning and is the system that controls the temperatures within your home or work. People often refer to their HVAC system as a furnace or air conditioner.
Does my HVAC unit need regular maintenance?
Yes, for your HVAC system to run efficiently, you need to ensure regular maintenance is performed. During routine maintenance, the HVAC technician will inspect, test, clean, and lubricate your system.
What can cause my furnace to stop working?
The most common reason a furnace stops working is dirty filters. The dirt and dust can prevent airflow and can cause the heater to work extra hard to keep up with the heating demand. To pinpoint the exact problem with your furnace give us a call so we can send a technician out to perform a diagnosis.
What causes a furnace blower to stop working?
When your furnace blower isn’t working the blower fan has a malfunction or is broken. This is the main fan that will circulate the heated air throughout your house.
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