At Edwards Heating & Air, our dedication to quality extends to every service and product we provide. Since first opening our doors in 2001, we have continued to protect home and business owners in Acworth and across Acworth, Alpharetta, Cummings, Cartersville, Kennesaw & Woodstock, GA with conscientious workmanship, honest pricing, and exceptional products. By never failing to handle every project with care and dedication, we earn your satisfaction, recommendation, and business. We have continued to expand our list of clients by answering every call promptly, responding with courteous service, and delivering rewarding solutions. Whether you are in need of new installation, replacement, upkeep or repairs for residential or commercial, heating, cooling, ventilation, and air quality, know that Edwards Heating & Air gets results.
Gas furnaces and heaters have control shutoffs to prevent gas leaks, but they are not fail-safe. If you smell gas in your house, do not turn any lights on or off, and do not try to shut off the gas leading to the furnace. Get out of the house, leaving the door open, and immediately call the gas company or the fire department to report a leak. Do not re-enter your home.
While there's nothing you can do to guarantee your air conditioner or furnace will never need repairs, there are ways to take better care of your system. Changing out the air filters every 3-6 months, making sure nothing is obstructing or interfering with the outside unit, and keeping all vents unblocked in well-used rooms will help keep your air conditioning and heating system operating efficiently.
As a Bryant Factory Authorized Dealer, Welzig Heating & Air consistently performs to strenuous standards of technical competence, business ethics, and customer approval. Our team is NATE-certified, factory trained and regularly updated in progressive technology. Equipped with leading edge equipment, tools, and a full inventory of genuine manufacturer’s replacement parts, we properly size and install new systems, accurately diagnose existing systems, and resolve the majority of issues right then and there.
For starters, once a year, vacuum out the area around the furnace’s blower. If possible, also slide out the fan unit, clean each fan blade with a toothbrush, and then vacuum with a brush attachment on a vacuum cleaner. While you’re at it, look for oil ports on the motor, normally located near the motor shaft. If the motor has these, apply two to three drops of non-detergent motor oil into each port (you may have to remove a cover plate to do this). Though most contemporary motors don’t require lubrication, do lubricate motors with oil ports once a year. For more about maintenance, see Maintenance Checklist for Central Heating Systems.
Keeping too many heat registers closed can cause heat to build up in your furnace, forcing air out of duct leaks and requiring the blowers to compensate for the added pressure. Essentially, blocking heating vents causes your furnace to work harder and longer than it is intended to work. Further, it forces air pressure to build up in your air ducts, which may both cause and worsens airflow leaks — particularly at joints and seams. Pros recommend keeping at least 80 percent of your heating registers open to prevent unnecessary air from building up in your furnace.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has selected Sears Home Services as a 2018 ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year winner for Sustained Excellence — Retailer and Energy Management. This award is reserved for ENERGY STAR partners demonstrating outstanding leadership and exceptional commitment to the environment by providing consumers with products, services and information that help individuals make sustainable purchasing decisions.
To make sure the unit you select is the right size for your home, the Sears HVAC expert does an electronic load calculation estimate to determine the exact type of heat and air conditioning system that’s just right for your home–we don’t just replace it with the same size unit you currently have. These calculations take into consideration things such as the size of your home, its exposure to the sun and wind, the number and size of windows, how well insulated it is and more. This step is essential so the unit isn’t too small or too large–both waste energy.
Has another company told you that your furnace has a cracked heat exchanger? The heat exchanger is the heart of your furnace. Its failure can result in a dangerous situation for your home and the best solution is usually a new furnace. Because of these issues, Bonney takes this situation very seriously. We will offer you proof of the cracked heat exchanger in the form of a picture from our video inspection camera or a report from our exhaust gas analyzer, before we make our recommendation.
Adam V. from Swan Plumbing & Heating of Denver, CO came out and tuned up our furnace and A/C units. He was courteous prompt and professional, but beyond that went out of his way to give us recommendations on things we can do to get the most life and performance out of our existing equipment. When we are ready for upgrades and additional services, Swan will be our first (and only) call.
The price of a furnace generally rises in step with its fuel efficiency. A furnace with a 90 percent AFUE might cost $1,000 more than a similar size unit with an 80 percent AFUE. But you can often recoup that additional cost through lower fuel bills over the life of the furnace, especially in regions such as the Northeast and Midwest, where winters can be harsh. How quickly you recover the investment depends on more than just AFUE. The electricity to run furnaces with different AFUEs can vary significantly. The climate where you live, how well your home is insulated, and your local gas and electricity rates also affect payback times.
When your heating and cooling system stops working, you need the help of a reliable, experienced, local service professional that can diagnose the problem and repair your air conditioner or furnace at a fair price. You can count on The Home Depot's licensed and insured heating and cooling professionals for all your heaters, air conditioning units, and any ventilation needs.
At Steel T Heating & Air Conditioning, we know how frustrating it can be when you have to invest large amounts of money in your HVAC systems. We always have your best interests in mind, so we provide flexible financing options, with approved credit, from Wells Fargo Financial National Bank. You’ll enjoy benefits such as convenient monthly payments, special financing terms, and easy online account management. Apply today or give us a call for more information!
Seattle furnaces can run nine months of the year. Based on the average temperatures in our area, if you compared running your furnace to a car it would get the equivalent of 1.8 million miles over its expected lifespan of 15 years. Your heating system will work hard for you, but like your car, doing routine and regular maintenance will keep it running smoothly, avoid problems, and keep your warranty intact.
CM Heating performed an electric furnace Diagnostic - Upon investigation, I found that the sequencer has failed which is why all heat elements are not being activated (3 out of 5 work). This is the second replacement sequencer needed in less than 5 years of operation, the unit is an old model of air handler and only source of heat. Replacement of sequencer is needed, however, based on age and efficiency recommend upgrade of system.
Read what our many satisfied customers say about Moncrief. We consistently receive 5-star reviews from both our commercial and residential customers. Moncrief's legacy of comfort and trust, as well as our great team and customer service are second to none. Contact us today to schedule an appointment or inquire about our Total Comfort Service Plan. Moncrief Heating & Air Conditioning is the company to provide the services you need in Roswell and Marietta. Call us at 404-350-2300.
Dirty furnace filters are one of the most common causes of a furnace failure. A dirty furnace filter can limit the airflow through your furnace and cause it to overheat. If you suspect a dirty air filter, change the filter, press the reset button (if your furnace has one) and see whether your furnace begins to emit heated air. Change your furnace filters regularly — pros recommend changing them once a month — to ensure that your furnace continues to work properly. Unaddressed, dirty furnace filters can cause extensive, and expensive, damage to your home’s heating system.
Don has earned a lifetime customer! My wife and I moved into our fixer-upper house this summer and just when the weather turned we realized that the 8 year old Goodman furnace in our basement had rusted heat exchange pipes and was leaking carbon monoxide. (So much for the $400 I paid to an home inspector before we moved in...) Fortunately, the furnace had a warranty still active. Not so fortunately, Goodman was incompetent in getting us the replacement part. It took them a month to send it, and then it wasn't even the right part. Don went to bat for us and convinced Goodman to foot the bill for an entirely new furnace! He and another worker made time in their busy schedule during thanksgiving week to come out and get the unit installed. This is above and beyond service and I couldn't be happier.
Simply put, we put ourselves into our customers shoes and understand that these assurances do more than provide financial protection- they provide peace of mind. Our success is completely dependent on the satisfaction of our customers, so we're willing to do whatever it takes to complete the job to your satisfaction and show you why we're the most trusted when it comes to Plumbing, Heating, Air Conditioning & HVAC in Denver, Colorado!
Thinking about a new water heater? Is yours ready to retire, or are you moving into a new home that doesn’t yet have one? When you call on Bob’s Heating & Air Conditioning, our Federal Way water heater installation technicians can make certain that the installation of your water heater goes according to plan. Our water heater specialists can help find a model that works for your budget.
Appointment was scheduled between 8am and 11 am, technician called and said that he will at 11 am, technician arrived at 11:23am. The request for service was regarding Furnace Maintenance, more specifically fan won't stop turning after heater has stopped after reaching desired temperature. Service was provide by Sam Singh from WesternAir Mechanical Heating & Air Conditioning. The mechanic opened the side panels of the heater+ac unit and concluded that the unit is too old for maintenance, as in it is not worth it, even though I have already payed $94.19 through Amazon.com. The mechanic spend close to one hour explaining how my heater+ac unit is too old for any updates and that it should just be replaced. I didn't receive any of the services that are included in the Furnace Maintenance package listed on Amazon.com. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B015JRGSQI/ref=od_aui_detailpages00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 I was ripped off my this company and I would very much like my money to be returned to me. Opening and closing the panels of my unit doesn't cost more than $2, I can do that by myself.
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