Heater Repair Company in Monte Vista
Around 3,000 people call Monte Vista home. It’s one of the oldest communities in San Antonio – in the United States, in fact – and homeowners are extremely proud to call Monte Vista home. There is a broad range of architecture in this community. Homes that are one hundred years old and older mingle casually with more recent constructions. The result is stunning and interesting to anyone who visits.
If you are a resident of this beautiful community, you may live in one of the historic homes scattered over 100 city blocks, or your home could be only a few years old, but one thing is true regardless of what kind of home you live in: At some point, you will need heater repair services!
Tex-Perts Cooling & Heating will be the first to tell you that even if you buy an expensive, top-of-the-line heating system, there are no guarantees that it will work properly for its entire life. The odds are against you even more if you choose not to have the system serviced regularly. We recommend once a year, to be on the safe side.
We serve the Monte Vista area with speed and reliability. We’re located in downtown San Antonio, so if you live in Monte Vista, you’re only a stone’s throw away from us. We can respond quickly to your heater repair requests. All you have to do is give us a call!
Heater Repair Services in Monte Vista
When you call Tex-Perts Cooling & Heating in the middle of winter, we’ll do everything we can to come take a look at your heating system as soon as humanly possible. In the meantime, you can troubleshoot a few things to eliminate some possibilities.
Here are a few of the things you can do:
- Turn the thermostat off and on again. Give it a few minutes in between to reset itself, then also give it time to get going once you turn it back on. You can also flip the breaker off, give it a minute or two, then flip it back on and reset the thermostat.
- Look at the filters. This is something Tex-Perts Cooling & Heating technicians will do when they come out, but if you have filters that can be cleaned rather than replaced, you could simply spray them with the garden hose and be done with it!
- See if the pilot light is lit. Not only should it be getting gas to it, but it should be a steady blue color rather than yellow or orange flame that jumps around. The pilot light must be lit for the heating system to work at all. It’s a good idea to call a professional team like Tex-Perts Cooling & Heating to re-light the pilot light rather than doing it yourself.
Tex-Perts Cooling & Heating is adept at every kind of heater repair issue, so give us a call any time day or night when your heating system doesn’t seem to be doing its job!