Family-Owned and Operated Since 1983

Upland HVAC

Upland Heating and Air Conditioning Repair

 

Need an honest air conditioning & heating company to fix things the right way?

When your air conditioner or heater breaks down, you want someone with the experience and expertise to fix it right away. Our certified technicians will find the problem and get it fixed for you fast. We offer emergency air conditioning and heating repair 24-hours a day, 365-days a year.

Certified Professional Upland HVAC Services

We are A+ rated with the Better Business Bureau and have been family-owned and operated for more than 36-years.  If you are experiencing problems and need HVAC repair in Upland, give us a call at (909) 883-8827. We will quickly dispatch someone to your home to diagnose and repair your problem.

Common Air Conditioning Problems

Broken Fan Motor – The fan motor is one of the most common parts that need repairs or replacing. It can start to go bad due to dirt buildup, which can stress the motor and cause it to overheat. When this happens, the fan won’t work correctly. If the fan doesn’t work at all, it may be an issue with the capacitor, the part that provides the motor with voltage.

Damaged Fan Blades – The fan blades in the outside unit can get damaged by debris getting stuck inside. As the blades spin, they can hit the debris, which can bend them or break them. Damaged fan blades can’t work correctly. You can help to prevent this issue by keeping your outdoor unit free of branches and other debris.

Refrigerant Leaks – Refrigerant is an essential liquid in the AC. It works to draw in warm air so your AC can cool it. A refrigerant leak results in low refrigerant, which means your AC can’t properly cool the air. This can lead to warm air blowing, and one of our Upland AC repair technicians can fix this for you.

Frozen Coils – There are several reasons why the evaporator coils can freeze. They might freeze because of a refrigerant leak. Dirty coils can prevent proper airflow. You may also have a fan issue. Whatever the cause, frozen coils can cause serious problems, including compressor failure.

Water Leaks – Some water is not an issue. Larger amounts, however, can point to a problem. The drain pan may be rusted or broken, or the tube that directs the water out might be cracked. These issues typically occur because the AC is older, and they are generally easy (and affordable) to fix.

No Cold Air – If your air conditioning comes on and the air is warm, that’s a problem. It can happen because the coils are frozen, there’s a problem with the compressor, or there’s an issue with the fuse. If your AC is blowing warm, it’s time to make an appointment.

Neglecting Annual Maintenance – Annual maintenance is highly recommended to avoid significant problems when you need your HVAC system to be at its best. Neglecting these appointments can lead to severe issues that could have easily been avoided.

Thermostat Problems – A thermostat that’s malfunctioning means you can’t control your AC. It may be dirty, there may be an issue with the wiring, the battery might be dead, or there could be an issue with the fuse.

Circuit Breaker – If you have a faulty circuit breaker, you could be faced with serious issues. If the circuit breaker is bad, your AC might get damaged. This issue could also result in a fire.

Common Furnace Problems

Noisy Furnace – Noises such as banging, clanging, or rattling might seem like quirks of an older furnace, but they can indicate a problem. They might be indicative of loose parts, which should be dealt with to prevent more significant problems. Some sounds can also point to an issue with the heat exchanger, which can be a very dangerous problem.

No Warm Air – If your heater is blowing cold air, it could be one of many issues. It may be a wrong setting on the thermostat or perhaps a dirty air filter. It could also mean that the pilot light is out or there’s something wrong with the ignition.

Uneven Heating – All of the rooms in your home should reach the same temperature. If some rooms aren’t getting to the desired temperature, you may have an issue with your ducts. There might be a leak somewhere that can prevent your heat from reaching those rooms.

Dirty Air Filter – A dirty air filter makes your furnace work a lot harder to draw in air. This can cause parts to wear out. The lifespan of the furnace might be decreased. Make sure to check the air filters regularly. While they should be changed at least every three months, you may need to replace them sooner depending upon your home.

Blower Constantly Runs – If the fan won’t turn off, even when the furnace isn’t running, it could be a wrong setting on your thermostat. There may also be a shorted wire, but one of our Upland heating repair technicians can quickly identify and repair this for you.

Frequent Cycling – More frequent cycling makes your furnace work more, which cuts its life significantly. Schedule an appointment as soon as possible to get to the bottom of the issue.

If you notice any issues with the air conditioning or heating in your Upland, California home, it’s time to schedule an appointment. Call us at (909) 883-8827 today!

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