Zach came early, which I very much appreciated, and got the job done quickly. He was unfailingly polite and took care with putting on the booties and keeping my carpet clean. He managed to get the sprinkler system turned off even though I was quite uninformed about it and could help very little beyond pointing to where things were. I am always happy to have Brothers people come out to do my plumbing, heating, & electric services.
Thank you Caleb Elliott for servicing our water heater. We are ready for winter! Caleb was very personable and did a thorough job servicing our water heater. We appreciate Reliable's commitment to service and keeping things running for us. Every service person we've had has been top notch. So glad we chose Reliable to take care of us. Continue reading...
Through our relationship with Wells Fargo Financial National Bank, Edwards Heating & Air offers a variety of rewarding options for financing your new Carrier product or system with approved credit. We facilitate your investment in quality solutions to home comfort without straining your monthly budget. With convenient monthly payments, competitive interest rates, flexible financing terms, and online account management, you can answer an unexpected need, enjoy superior equipment, and take advantage of innovative features that best suit your home and lifestyle. Carrier financing allows you to save existing funding sources, like a home equity line of credit, credit card or bank account, for other needs or emergencies. To learn more about financing options, or to hear about special financing promotions, contact Edwards Heating & Air and speak to an informed and helpful member of our team.
Your HVAC system is an important appliance with a limited lifetime. Depending on use, with regular maintenance you can expect your furnace and air conditioner to last between 8-18 years before you will need to replace the old one. However, poor maintenance is one of the primary reasons for early replacement HVAC systems ahead of end of average life expectancy.
The flame sensor safeguards your furnace against the unsafe burning of fuel, and a dirty flame sensor may cause your furnace to function improperly. Typically, the flame sensor comes in the form of a rod that can be found near the back of the furnace, right in the path of the burner. To clean the sensor, turn off power to the furnace at the breaker box. Then, if possible, remove the sensor from the furnace. Scrub the sensor gently to remove dust and other residues. Finally, reattach the sensor and resume power to the furnace.
A whole–house air conditioning system in Federal Way, WA is by no means a luxury, but a necessity. At Bob’s Heating & Air Conditioning, our Federal Way air conditioning system specialists work with customers to ensure that their homes are comfortable all summer long. There is simply no other way to ensure that you and your family are cool during the summer than by having your cooling system service completed by a professional Federal Way air conditioning technician.
Your heating, cooling, and air quality systems are a significant investment, and are expected to answer high demand, day after day, year after year. To enjoy the greatest benefit from your equipment, let the professionals from Edwards Heating & Air handle the essential upkeep. Through conscientious, seasonal maintenance, we effectively restore operational sound and efficiency levels, improve air quality, eliminate the majority of repairs, and extend service life. The key to safe and uninterrupted performance, lower overall costs, and superior temperature control is through proactive measures. The NATE-certified technicians from Edwards Heating & Air complete a lengthy task list that is specifically targeted at the optimization of your system. Not only will your HVAC system be ready and able to handle volatile weather conditions, but it will operate safely. Comprehensive service from Edwards Heating & Air is your best protection against health concerns, property damage, system failure, and elevated cost of ownership. Contact Edwards Heating & Air, and we'll set up a maintenance plan that is affordable, convenient, rewarding, and works perfectly for you.
As a technical industry, the heating and cooling field is associated with annual advances. New energies make our industry an exciting place to work. Our team thrives on keeping up to date with all changes in the HVAC field. We are here to share our knowledge with each customer. When you are ready to update your HVAC system, we can help you select the ideal system for your home.
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BGE HOME HVAC repair technicians are thoroughly trained and certified to work on all major brands of heating and air conditioning equipment. When your system breaks down and needs a heating and air conditioning repair, you want to call someone you can trust. Need air conditioning service in the middle of the night? Emergency heating and cooling HVAC service is available 24 hours a day by calling 888-243-4663.
When it comes to heater repair in Denver, a properly serviced system means significant savings for the homeowner. When a Denver heating technician inspects your system before the winter sets in, the first thing they will check is the condition of the air filters. These filters are important, because they are responsible for removing contaminants, allergens, and dust particles from the air every time the system is turned on. When the filters are clogged, expect more particles to easily pass through right into the air you breathe inside the home. The Denver heating experts will inspect and replace any filters that are no longer effective.
In this video I show you a few things to look for to fix your furnace. It's expensive to call a repair man and most of the time is not needed. I am not an expert, just someone trying to share my experience with you to save some money. Always turn your power to your furnace off before tampering with things. This would be a good video to start with because I try to show a general idea of how a furnace works. When all else fails, you have to call an expert, but first try the steps in this video.
Cleaning the debris that builds up on your filters will aid with the flow of air. When your air filter is clogged, your air handler must work harder to compensate for the blockage of air flow. In addition to driving up your utility bill, the reduced air flow through your heating and cooling system can cause your heat exchanger to overheat and shut off too quickly.