If your furnace or heating system breaks down in the middle of the night, even during the coldest winter storm, our techs are on call and ready to take care of any heating system or furnace repairs quickly – 24/7. Our techs are all fully licensed, certified and trained to service all the major brands of boilers, furnaces and other home heating oil systems, including Burnham and many others. Since Petro is more than just a home heating oil company, our techs can also handle repairs of your natural gas, propane and hot water systems, too.*
Who do you call when you have a HVAC related issue? How do you know that you’re making a call to the right team? Much of Cary has come to trust us here at Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning for all their heating and air conditioning needs. Our qualified technicians know what they’re doing. No matter your problem or question, our team is able to help—no issue is too big or too small in Cary. You can feel comfortable in your decision to call Service Experts and know that you’re working with a team that has your back.
Our goal is to make you more comfortable in your home. When your furnace, central air conditioner, heat pump or boiler stops working and you need service, call the professionals at BGE HOME. Heating and cooling system breakdowns occur at the most inconvenient times, so rely on our certified, skilled technicians to make the repair quickly and correctly the first time.
Lennox was started to offer some of the most long-lasting, reliable HVAC systems in the market while providing the best service and quality for customers. Knoechel Heating Company in Zelienople is no different, with our on-going dedication to your comfort and commitment to the community. We strive to be the experts at what we do so you can always be comfortable, and know you can always count on us. Give us a call at 724-452-6280 or arrange an appointment with us so we can help you achieve whole home comfort.
Central home air conditioner service systems consist of two major components: a condensing unit that sits outside your house, and the evaporator coil (often referred to as an A-coil) that sits in the plenum of your furnace or air handler. The refrigerant in the A-coil picks up the heat from your home and moves it to the outdoor condensing unit. The condensing unit fan blows outside air through the condensing coil to remove the heat. The condensing unit houses the three parts replaceable by a DIYer: the contactor, the start/run capacitor(s) and the condenser fan motor. The condensing unit also houses the compressor, but only a pro can replace that. The A-coil has no parts that can be serviced by a DIYer.
Hydronic heating is a newer technology that is water or liquid based and uses green technologies to heat or cool your home. Water (or an alternative liquid), is heated and then sent through a network of tubing or piping that sits under the floors. This system literally heats the floor, and the heat then rises up to heat the room. Imagine no more cold floors on those chilly winter mornings! Hydronic heating is an efficient method of delivering heat cheap and leaves no carbon footprint.
Talk to your HVAC repair contractor about options to make HVAC repair costs more affordable. Many contractors offer financing options to assist customers in this very position, as well as payment plans. HVAC companies know HVAC repair costs can come as quite a shock in some scenarios, and want to help you get the repairs your system needs to preserve your comfort and safety.
During the colder months of the year, the comfort of your home depends on the proper working function of your heating system. When your furnace breaks down or stops working properly, reach out to the heating experts at Horizon Services! We have nearly 30 years of experience providing reliable furnace repairs for homeowners throughout Delaware, Southern New Jersey, Southeastern Pennsylvania, and Northeastern Maryland. Our technicians are able to repair just about any type of home furnace using cutting-edge techniques and state-of-the-art tools. We can accurately diagnose the root of the issue and quickly get to work making the necessary repairs. We even offer same day service at no additional cost!
In addition to providing repairs for A/C and HVAC systems, we can also repair almost any heating system. Just tell us what the trouble is and we will run the appropriate tests and checks to find out what needs doing to get your heating operational again. We use high-grade equipment and tools for every job we complete, helping to give you the top-quality results you’re looking for.
It isn’t unusual for a heat pump to ice-up in really cold weather, but it’s defrost cycle should kick on periodically to melt the ice. If the condenser unit of the heat pump is frozen up and the defrost cycle doesn’t melt the ice, turn it off. Make sure none of the return-air registers are blocked, and check the filter to make sure it isn’t clogged. If there doesn’t seem to be a problem with air flow to the unit, see more information at Heat Pump Cold Weather Problems or call an HVAC service professional.
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At Knoechel Heating Company, heating and cooling isn’t just our job, it’s our passion. We’re dedicated to providing you with the top HVAC service in Zelienople. No matter the time, day or the problem, you can count on us to get the job done right. After all, Knoechel Heating Company has been servicing the community since 1947, bringing comfort to our customers all year round.
The belt should slip right into place. If it seems to be too tight or difficult to set in place, it may be necessary to adjust the motor mount to provide more slack. Then you can re-tighten the tension once the belt is in place. Check the manufacturer’s specifications for proper tension—in most cases, the belt should deflect about an inch when you press down on it.