Furnace Maintenance By Skilled HVAC Pros
On California sunny days, a furnace is probably the last thing on your mind. But, in those few months of chilly, cold weather, a working furnace is required to stay warm and cozy. When you’re spending time with friends and loved ones, our furnace maintenance services help you stay warm!
But those cozy times aren’t as fun when your furnace is making weird noises or not properly warming up your home. When you need furnace repairs, call Controlled Climates. Our experienced heating system experts are skilled at repairing furnaces, regardless of the make, manufacturer, or model. You can trust our furnace contractors in Fresno, Clovis, and surrounding cities throughout Fresno County!
Many HVAC companies charge by the hour which means you end up paying higher fees for simple problems. We provide fixed rates for our HVAC services, so our furnace contractors get the job done promptly and as efficiently as possible. At Controlled Climates, we handle furnace installation, repairs, and regular furnace maintenance, so you stay comfortable and warm.
If you need furnace maintenance, call us today! We’re proud to serve hundreds in Fresno, Clovis, and other cities in Fresno County. We’re here for all your furnace and heating system needs!
Our Heating Experts Can Handle Your Furnace Maintenance!
When You Need Furnace Maintenance, Call Us!
It’s important to keep yourself and your loved ones warm when it’s cold outside. But you don’t have to put in the labor of doing your own furnace installation or repairs because we can do it for you! For years, our local HVAC technicians have been installing and fixing plumbing, heating, and cooling systems. In every project and job, we use our training and experience to get the job done properly and within a reasonable cost.
Whether your furnace is a well-known brand or not, we can help you get it installed. We’ve helped a number of homeowners in Fresno, Clovis, and other cities in Fresno County, and we’d love to help you as well! If you haven’t found a furnace yet, we’ll guide you toward one that works for your house. If you have chosen a furnace, we’ll handle the installation process from start to finish.
Common Questions About Our Furnace Maintenance
While talking with customers, we’ve noticed a lot of repeated questions about furnaces and our furnace services. We’re more than happy to answer your questions because we help you make the best choice for your furnace and comfort. If you have a question, don’t hesitate to reach out!
We’re proud to do installations, repairs, and maintenance for furnaces in Fresno, Clovis, and nearby cities in Fresno County. Our expert HVAC contractors will install, repair, replace, and maintain your furnace and heating system for a fair cost.
We’ve got the work experience and knowledge to get the furnace repair job done right! We also make any necessary professional recommendations that will prevent future problems or improve your furnace’s performance or energy efficiency.
Contact us today and one of our available techs will get your furnace installed and working well.
Prioritizing the safety and comfort of your loved ones includes having a working furnace. When you’re dealing with furnace problems, you definitely want to call our professional furnace contractors! But, there are also many troubleshooting steps that you can take on your own, including:
- Check that the furnace blower door is installed properly.
- Inspect the air filter.
- Set the thermostat and turn the fan on.
- Look for the gas valve and make sure it’s open.
If you need professional help with furnace blower problems, call the professionals at Controlled Climates!
Our HVAC technicians can definitely help with any of your furnace problems or heating problems. We’re local and exclusively help residents in Fresno, Clovis, and Fresno County with our furnace services. Trying to fix problems with your furnace can mean a lot of unneeded labor spent. Get the help of our heating system experts today by booking an appointment online.
We’re skilled with furnace inspection and repairs for both gas and electric furnaces and will ensure your home is comfortable.
If you’re freezing cold and your furnace isn’t warming you up, leaving it on can drive up your electricity bill. To catch problems or damage to your furnace, it’s best to check your furnace and blower on an annual basis.
If you’re having issues with your furnace, you don’t need to be worried! Reach out to us, and we’ll either service, repair, or replace your furnace system. The choice we make will depend on which option will save you the most money in the long run.
If you’ve noticed problems with your furnace, here are some troubleshooting steps you can take to determine the problem:
- Check your circuit breaker and the power supply.
- Reduce drafts since they can cause problems with the pilot light.
- Perform regular furnace maintenance or hire a furnace specialist.
It’s best to avoid trying to repair mechanical issues or fix ignition control or pilot light problems. Doing these types of repairs incorrectly can cause larger problems or void your warranty. It’s best to hire one of the furnace contractors at Controlled Climates.
At Controlled Climates, our furnace contractors and AC repair professionals can spot any sign of a dirty furnace, pilot light problems, or burner issues. In every furnace job, whether it’s repair or installation, we follow manufacturer recommendations for when to change or replace the components in your furnace.
Yes, we offer air conditioning services in addition to our furnace issues. Our services cover both heating and cooling systems, and we can install, repair, and maintain your HVAC systems, so your home is comfortable. Whether you’re trying to fix an electrical line or just want help with your HVAC duct system, we can help!
Here’s a tip: If you want to save money on expensive repairs and avoid a skyrocketing energy bill, keep up on your HVAC maintenance.
- Check if there’s water damage on any part of your furnace or air conditioning unit.
- Vacuum out furnace burners, furnace base, blower blades to get rid of dust and dirt.
- Clean the vent and air filter regularly so, when you use your AC or furnace, your filter isn’t clogged.
- Make sure your pilot light is free of dust and is kept clean, so it doesn’t cause issues with the flame sensor.
In any case, check your furnace before the fall or winter season, so you can stay warm. With proactive maintenance, you won’t need to replace the motor, fix a leak, or remove debris when the temperature drops outside.
Our experienced professionals know how to replace, fix, and clean AC units, so they run at peak performance. Some common reasons why an air conditioner needs regular cleaning are:
- The air filter can become clogged with dirt
- Cooling coils or the air compressor can get dusty
- Ductwork can become disconnected
- Register dampers on vents in each room can be accidentally set to the closed position, blocking airflow
These are just some reasons why regular cleaning and maintenance are important for the efficiency and good operation of your AC unit. If you want a HVAC pro to inspect your unit to check for issues, clean the condenser, or inspect the pump, call us! We’ll build a maintenance schedule that ensures you save on energy bills and avoid the heat while you’re inside your home.
An overlooked aspect of new air conditioning systems for many is the electrical requirements of the new system. Check the electrical requirements listed in the AC unit’s technical specifications. As you’d expect, more powerful AC systems will have higher electrical requirements.
As you assess the cost for your new AC unit, be sure to calculate the cost of AC maintenance down the road. Without proper maintenance, air conditioners will accumulate dust and slowly wear down. This is why we offer regular AC maintenance services or “checkups” to clean blades, cooling coils, and other parts in your AC system. This increases the lifespan of your AC unit and improves its efficiency overall.
One of the most important things to check on AC units is the EER and SEER ratings. The EER rating stands for the energy efficiency rating and the SEER refers to the Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating. A higher number in each rating means a more energy-efficient air conditioning system.
The next thing to look for are programmable temperature settings. Using this feature, which lets you set a precise temperature and schedule the times when your AC runs. This way, you’re not running your AC during times when you’re not home.
Air conditioners give you cold air by removing the heat and humidity from inside your home and returning cooled air into your home.
Here’s a more detailed look at the components within an air conditioning system:
- Evaporator: Cooling coils remove warm air and humidity from inside your home using refrigerant.
- Blower: A fan moves air over the evaporator and disperses the cooled air.
- Condenser: Heating coils (condenser) move the collected warm air to the outside of your home.
- Compressor: A compressor moves the refrigerant from the evaporator to the condenser to chill the trapped air.
- Fan: This blows air over the condenser to pass heat through the outside.
- Filter: This filter removes particles from the air.
- Thermostat: This is the control system that you use to control the amount of cooled air that’s distributed.
Controlled Climates offers AC installation, repair, and maintenance services to people in Fresno, Clovis, and nearby cities. Our technicians can install, repair, replace, and maintain your air conditioning system for a fair cost.