The quality of the air you breathe affects your comfort, health, and productivity. Whether at home or in the workplace, an ample supply of fresh, clean air is essential to everyday life. Whatever concerns you may face, Edwards Heating & Air provides proven, cost-effective products to significantly improve Indoor Air Quality. Our NATE-certified specialists are qualified to analyze your residential or commercial space, make informed recommendations, and implement a strategy specifically targeted at your unique circumstances. As a Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer, we are extensively trained in leading-edge products that silently and effectively eliminate harmful bacteria, fumes, chemicals, viruses, smoke, and much more. The installation of a humidifier, ventilator, air filter, or UV lamp will protect the health of your indoor breathing air, maintain a cleaner, more comfortable home, and even reduce energy costs. Contact the specialists from Edwards Heating & Air for trusted solutions and complete peace of mind.
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 is currently the most common heating fuel and most new central-heating systems use gas. How efficiently a furnace converts gas into heating energy is reflected in its annual fuel-utilization-efficiency (AFUE) rating, which is measured as a percentage. The higher the number, the more heat the furnace can wring from each therm of gas. Since efficient furnaces generate fewer emissions, environmental considerations might also influence your decision.
Whether you’re confronted with a minor maintenance issue, safety concern, or system failure, don’t hesitate to call 303-678-5576 for expert assistance. 24/7 Emergency Service allows you to get the help you need, whenever you need it. For all repairs, we prioritize your best interests, providing the information, cost-effective recommendations, and honest answers that add up to greater value for your investment. Our experienced HVAC specialists are familiar with all makes and models, and focus on repairs that enhance the reliability and performance of your equipment. When the job is complete, rest assured there will be no mess, damage, or discarded debris for you to deal with, and your furnace will be ready to meet demand. At Welzig Heating & Air, we build on a reputation for excellence each time we answer a call for repair across Boulder, Longmont, Louisville, Lafayette, CO & more.
Tyson from Brothers was courteous, efficient and familiar with the system, because he had worked with it before. He arrived early within the time window and was professional, fast and made it possible for me to happily spend my day doing other things rather than devoting all day to the sprinkler turn off procedure and worrying if the job had been done properly.
Turn off the gas supply valve, typically located by your gas meter on the gas inlet pipe. Turn off the gas by rotating the valve one quarter turn with an adjustable wrench. When the gas is off, the valve’s oblong stem points perpendicular to the inlet pipe. Then call your gas utility or the fire department from a remote location. Do not return to your home until you know it is safe.
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Next check and clean the furnace’s flame sensor. The video below shows you how—note that this guy fixes it in about 5 minutes. We would probably use a little bit of emory paper, but he cleans the sensor with a 5-dollar bill. Another video further down the page under the discussion of “If your furnace keeps shutting off after about 5 minutes” shows the same project with a different brand of furnace.
Our company’s strength lies in our years of experience performing air conditioning and heating repair in Voorhees, Sewell, Haddonfield, and other towns in and around South Jersey. We also take pride in the high standard we set for the quality of our AC repair and work, and our unfaltering dedication to our customers located in Haddonfield, Sewell, and other parts of Jersey. For three generations we have kept these ideals at the forefront of our operations, allowing us to continue to be one of Southern New Jersey’s leading HVAC Contractors and air conditioner companies.
Two nights ago our smoke alarm went off during the night...after a frantic search through the house we traced the source of the smoke to the furnace. After reading reviews about Affordable Furnace Repair we decided to give them a try...and we are SO GLAD WE DID! Within 10 minutes of leaving a message I received a call back and was scheduled the next day. The source of the problem was immediately identified and promptly fixed....a previous repair had messed up some wiring as well which was also fixed and now we are so glad to be back to 100%. Can't say enough about the professionalism, responsiveness and service. Highly recommend.
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.