FAQ

FAQ
Heat Repair Chapel Hill, NC

AC & Heat Repair Services for the Durham & Chapel Hills, NC Areas

Does regular maintenance avoid the need for AC or heat repair?

Regular maintenance does not completely avoid the need for AC or heat repair, but it does prolong the life of the components and the unit as a whole. Think about it this way - your home comfort system is like your car's engine; you'd regularly change the oil, check the tires, and investigate any weird noises, correct? So why wouldn't you do the same with your home's comfort systems? To ensure your units are working properly and at the best capacity, contact us for regular maintenance! If you find something to be wrong, don't hesitate to call us for heat or AC repair services.

How do I know if I just need AC repair or if my entire system needs to be replaced?

Only an experienced and certified technician can determine whether your issue can be resolved with AC repair or if replacement is a better option. If your system is malfunctioning or not working, trust our knowledgeable professionals to provide you with the AC repair or replacement service you need to make your home comfortable again.

What components should I check myself before I call for AC or heat repair?

There are a few components that should be checked before you give us a call for AC or heat repair. The basic functioning of the systems are similar, so the parts to check are the same. Make sure that your thermostat is set to the proper mode and at your desired temperature. Check to make sure your circuit breaker is functioning correctly and the switch is in the right position. Inspect the filter and remove any thing that may be obstructing the airflow. If you have checked all of these elements and your systems are still not working as they should be, give us a call today for superior AC and heat repair services in the Durham and Chapel Hill, NC areas.

My furnace is overheating, does that mean I definitely need heat repair services?

Not necessarily. there are a few things you can check yourself that may be the source of your overheating issue. The most common reasons for overheating is blocked filters or vents, both of which reduce airflow. When the amount of air coming into the system is reduced, the furnace has to overwork to compensate, causing it to overheat. If your system is "short-cycling," when it turns off when it shouldn't, pressure is put on the motors, causing issues. Furnaces are potentially dangerous if you try to complete any major repairs yourself, so if simple fixes aren't helping, contact us today for heat repair!
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