Keeping year-round contentment shouldn’t be something that you have to fret about every time you switch between your air conditioner and furnace as the temperatures vary. While you certainly don’t long to have to even think about the possibility of your furnace stopping in the middle of winter, it can be a realistic possibility with every fleeting year – especially if you’re not timely with annual furnace service.
At San Antonio Air Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning, we realize that having the make a call in the middle of the night, on one of the lowest temperature nights in San Antonio isn’t on any list of to-dos that you have, but it’s important to note that we should be your first call. Regardless of the hour, the team at San Antonio Air Service Experts has a NATE-certified technician ready 24/7/365 to be there in your time of need. We can help get your furnace back up and running so everything can get back to normal and you can start enjoying the luxury of your space once again.
Regardless of the make, model or age of your furnace, we have the intelligence required to get your system back up and running quickly and correctly, the first time. We compare the repair process to having a doctor do a checkup, prepare a diagnosis and then work to adjust the complication.
However, before giving us a call, there are a few tips that you should keep in mind:
- Is your thermostat set to “heat”? – when the weather finally turns and it is time to turn on your furnace, it’s easy to forget to flip the switch over to “heat” for the season. And believe it or not, it’s more common than you’d predict. Do a simple check to make sure yours is set correctly.
- Furnace switch – it looks like a simple light switch, but it controls your furnace. It should be in the Up, or On, position.
Once On, your furnace won’t start up rapidly, but will turn on in a couple minutes as there are built-in delays in most systems.
- Furnace filter – filters are often forgotten about, but are one of the largest culprits when it comes to inefficient operation and poor performance for your furnace. Make sure you transition your filter every one to three months to have solid performance.
- Circuit breaker – if your furnace is not working, check the emergency shut off and your breaker. Cycle it by switching them off, then on again. If the system still doesn’t operate, call us to help you dispose of the source of the matter.
*If you notice a strong gas smell, call San Antonio Air Service Experts immediately.
Furnace repair doesn’t have to seem so hard or like it’s the end of the world because you’re facing it unexpectedly. San Antonio Air Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning is available in San Antonio around the clock, every day of the year to ensure your furnace is providing you with the satisfaction you have come to expect. No matter the issue you’re currently facing with your furnace, our team of experts has most likely dealt with it in the past so we know how to get it fixed. Plus, our furnace repair and service calls are 100 percent assured in writing, so you have peace of mind that you’ll stay comfortable long after we leave. Schedule an appointment with us online or call us at 210-570-9705 to get something set up today.