Heat pumps older than 10 years, and furnaces older than 15 years are prime candidates for replacement.
Common Points of Failure on Heat Pumps
Heat pump problems are often caused by thermostat malfunctions. We can test your thermostat and fix any problems. If the heat doesn’t come on even when the thermostat is set above room temperature, the problem is usually a lack of power caused by a tripped circuit breaker or blown fuse.
Common Points of Failure on Furnaces
If the blower fan is malfunctioning, the furnace doesn’t have enough power to blow air throughout the home. This can cause cold spots in some parts of the home. If your furnace isn’t blowing any warm air at all, it may be a problem with the heat exchanger or pilot light.
Another good rule of thumb is that if every maintenance cycle requires a new part, it might be a good time to consider replacing the unit. Noises are commonly tracked down to malfunctioning coils, or issues with duct work. We can do site surveys to determine if your duct work needs to be modified, and troubleshoot any issues with malfunctioning coils.
Schedule an appointment with one of our commercial HVAC repair specialists and have a professional take a look and get ahead of any major surprises. We help keep your customers and employees comfortable and your bottom line healthy. We feel passionately about serving the residents of North Texas. Call us at 817-488-6733 for more information about your heating needs.