What is HVAC Repair?
We offer Genesee County HVAC repair, maintenance as well as emergency services. We provide all the services a home or business needs to maintain cool in the summer or warm in the winter. We provide routine maintenance that should be performed annually. Taking care of your HVAC system can keep your energy costs low and save you money.
We can install or repair your home’s central air conditioning and have your home cooled efficiently in no time.
Central Air Conditioners work like a refrigerator, cooling your home by removing warm air and reducing humidity. One of our Expert HVAC specialists can come to your home and evaluate your air conditioner. They can tell you what kind of maintenance or repairs you will need. Often, upgrading to a new, high-efficiency air conditioner will make your home “greener”, reducing your carbon footprint and saving you money on energy bills. With common government rebates, upgrading your system can be very economical.
Your furnace is very important in the chilly winter months. They keep your home warm by using air, steam, or hot water to heat your home. The most common fuel source in the United States is natural gas, but other common sources are oil, electric, coal or wood. Central Warm air furnaces warm your home by using a fan to spread warm air through vents and ducts.
The three most important parts of a typical furnace are the burner which uses a flame to combust fuel in order to generate heat. It is important to have your burner regularly cleaned in order to maintain efficiency. The Blower uses a fan to draw air through vents into your home. Finally, there are the thermostat and safety devices such as the gas valve, flame sensor, ignition control, pilot, and blower control board. These safety sensors frequently need to be checked and replaced. They are the number one cause of a furnace not working.
The thermostat is the part of your HVAC system you most often interact with. It allows you to save on energy bills by controlling the heating and air conditioning of your home. Many programmable thermostats are so efficient that they help you reduce on costs by intelligently optimizing the use of resources to heat or cool your home. You just set the thermostat and it heats and cools as necessary to maintain the temperature you desire. By upgrading to a cutting-edge thermostat and setting the thermostat a few degrees lower, you can save yourself hundreds a year on your HVAC needs!