Heater Repair Company in Castroville, TX
Castroville, TX isn’t exactly known for blizzards and ice storms, but we do experience some cold weather, which is surprising to non-natives. San Antonio has freezing temperatures on and off from November to March, so you can’t ignore issues with your heater until those cold days do hit.
You need to make sure that you have a dependable heating unit or HVAC system installed, then you need a company that you can depend on to repair it when little things go wrong. Tex-Perts Cooling & Heating can be that company for you! We service all models and brands of heating systems, so no matter what you have right now, we can repair it or replace it!
Tex-Perts Cooling & Heating knows that the last thing you want to do in the middle of winter is call us, because that means there’s a problem. But isn’t it nice knowing that you have someone to call in an emergency? We have 24/7 emergency service, so even if your heater goes out at the most inopportune time, we can come out and fix it at no additional charge!
It’s dangerous and uncomfortable in your home when the weather is freezing. Don’t expose your family to those temperatures or make them relocate in the middle of the night because the heater’s out. Call Tex-Perts Cooling & Heating now!
Heater Repair Services in Castroville, TX
Calling out a heater repair company may be the last thing you want to do, but sometimes it’s the only option. When you call Tex-Perts Cooling & Heating, our staff will ask you some preliminary questions to prepare ourselves for the in-person evaluation.
Here are a few things you can check before we come out. You may discover the problem while you are doing these 4 things, but if not, you’ll have plenty of information to give us when we run through our list of questions.
Is your thermostat on ‘heat’?
You’ll feel really silly if this is the problem, but you’ll be glad you found it instead of going through the hassle of calling us out. Especially when temperatures are up and down, it can be really easy to make this mistake.
Is the furnace switch on?
Depending on the type of system you have, there should be a switch that flips to ‘ON’ when it is pushed all the way up. Flip the switch then give your furnace a few minutes to kick on.
Are the filters clean?
Dirty filters are the most common reason for your furnace not performing its best. Your filters should be changed at the beginning of the season (fall or winter – whenever you begin using your heater) and then they should be checked every 1 to 3 months and changed as needed.
Is the breaker tripped?
Check the circuit breaker panel to see if your furnace’s breaker is tripped. Push it all the way to the ‘OFF’ position and then switch it to ‘ON.’
These few things will help you determine if the problem with your heater is simple or a little more complex!