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HVAC Repair

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We service and repair most brands of heating and air conditioning equipment. Our technicians are licensed and factory trained to get your heating or cooling restored to factory settings and operating at peak efficiency.

Heating Repair

  • Furnaces
  • Boilers (radiant heat and baseboard heat)
  • Unit heaters
  • Wall furnaces
  • Package heat/cool units
  • Heat pumps
  • Dual fuel units (Hybrid)
  • Floor furnaces
  • Humidifiers
  • Radiant tube heaters
  • Others not listed- just ask!

Cooling Repair

  • Air Conditioners (refrigerated air)
  • Evaporative coolers
  • Package heat/cool units
  • Heat pumps
  • Dual fuel units (Hybrid)
  • Others not listed- just ask!

Before calling for HVAC emergency service please check the following items. It may save you money!

Air Conditioning-No Cool

  • Check the settings on your thermostat. Make sure the temperature control selector is set below the current room temperature, and the system switch is on the COOL or AUTO position. The fan switch should be set to ON for continuous airflow or AUTO if you want the blower to operate only while the air conditioner is operating.
  • Try to get the air conditioner to turn on by lowering the thermostat to its lowest temperature setting.
  • If the air flow out of your registers seems low, check the air filter. An extremely dirty air filter can block air flow.
  • Make sure all registers are open and not obstructed.
  • Check the power disconnect switch by each unit (outdoor and indoor).
  • Check the fuse/breaker at the electrical panel for both the outdoor and indoor unit.
  • If the problem persists, please call us.

Gas Forced Air Heating-No Heat

  • Check the settings on your thermostat. Make sure the temperature control selector is set above the current room temperature, and the system switch is on the HEAT or AUTO position. The fan switch should be set to ON for continuous airflow or AUTO if you want the blower to operate only while the furnace is operating.
  • Try to get the furnace to turn on by raising the thermostat to its highest temperature setting.
  • If the air flow out of your registers seems low, check the air filter. An extremely dirty air filter can block air flow.
  • Make sure all registers are open and not obstructed.
  • Check the power disconnect switch by the furnace.
  • Check the fuse/breaker at the electrical panel for the furnace.
  • Check to make sure the gas control valve to the furnace is open.
  • Check the pilot light. Electronic ignitions will not have a pilot light.
  • If the problem persists, please call us.

Boiler Heating-No Heat

  • Check the settings on your thermostat. Make sure the temperature control selector is set above the current room temperature, and the system switch is on the HEAT position.
  • Try to get the boiler to turn on by raising the thermostat to its highest temperature setting.
  • If you have in-floor radiant heat, and you heat has been off, it may take several hours before your floors begin to warm.
  • Check the power disconnect switch by the boiler.
  • Check the fuse/breaker at the electrical panel for the boiler.
  • Check to make sure the gas control valve to the boiler is open.
  • Check the pilot light. Electronic ignitions will not have a pilot light.
  • If some areas warm up, and other areas remain cold, the problem could be related to a particular zone. Please call us.
  • If the problem persists, please call us.

Evaporative Cooling-No Cool

  • If you have a thermostat, check the settings on your thermostat. Make sure the temperature control selector is set below the current room temperature, and the system switch is on the COOL or AUTO position.
  • If you have switches, be sure the pump switch and blower speed switch is ON.
  • If your evaporative cooler shares the duct system with your heater, make sure your dampers are in place and/orset in the correct positions.
  • Be sure your relief air openings (or windows) are open the proper amount. Openings too large or too small will adversely affect your cooling.
  • Make sure all registers are open and not obstructed.
  • Check the power disconnect switch by your cooler.
  • Check the fuse/breaker at the electrical panel for both the outdoor and indoor unit.
  • Check the water supply valve is open.
  • Check the outdoor ambient temperature and humidity. Both temperature and humidity have a direct effect on the cooling efficiency of your evaporative cooler. See relative humidity chart.
  • If the problem persists, please call us.

Schedule an HVAC Service Call

To schedule an HVAC service call, please fill out the form below. We will respond to confirm your appointment by the next business day.
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