Furnace Repairs and Heating Repairs for the Greater Indianapolis Area
When you need a professional heating services – such as furnace repairs – turn to Indianapolis’s top choice for heating system and HVAC services – Williams Comfort Air. Our NATE-certified heating repair technicians are on call all day, every day, ready to perform the thorough diagnostics needed to identify the problem plaguing your home’s heat pump, furnace, or boiler, and complete the repair required to restore proper performance and efficient operation.
When you require emergency service, be sure to contact us through online scheduling to receive a 10 percent discount on any needed repairs! *This offer cannot be combined with any other discounts
Why Choose Williams Comfort Air for Heating Repair
At Williams Comfort Air, we believe the most important decision you have when facing the need for heating repair help is WHO you choose to repair your heating system. In addition to offering industry-leading company client benefits, we strive to ensure that our team members are not only technically excellent and continuously trained, but are also of high character.
Our heating repair technicians are NATE-certified to make sure you receive the highest caliber of both technical workmanship and customer service. The Williams Comfort Air team performs heating repairs for all brands and models of furnaces, boilers, heat pumps, and ductless heating systems.
We know your family cannot go without heating over the winter holidays or a long, chilly night, which is why our staff is available to you 24/7/365 – emergency service for your heating system issues is just a phone call or click away. The team at Williams Comfort Air is committed to meeting the needs of our clients 24/7, every day of the year. Whatever the day, whatever the time, one of our team members will be there for you!
Call us today to schedule furnace repair services.
Do You Need HVAC Services for Your Furnace, Heat Pump, or Heating System?
Many system issues can stop a furnace or heating unit to stop working correctly. Unfortunately, the need for furnace repair service isn’t always obvious to Indianapolis area homeowners. While a furnace or heat pump that doesn’t produce heat is a clear sign of an issue, other HVAC system performance problems don’t produce such clear-cut signs.
These subtle issues are the ones that cause Indianapolis homeowners the most trouble. They go unnoticed longer, which often means more damage is done to the heating and cooling system before the issue is caught. These heating problems also cause inefficient operation, which increases energy consumption and the price of your energy bills during the winter months.
When you know the subtle signs of HVAC system troubles, you are able to repair furnace problems faster and eliminate the extensive and costly issues that come about when heating problems fester over time. Ask yourself the questions below to determine if you may need repairs for your home’s furnace, heat pump, or other heating equipment.
Is your heating system making a lot of noise?
Furnaces normally make some noise, but if the sound becomes louder or you notice new sounds, it may mean something is wrong. Problems with the ignition can cause a whining sound. Noise from cracked or broken belts can signal trouble before the furnace stops working altogether.
Is your furnace turning on and off quickly?
When your furnace turns on and off quickly, this is a furnaces repair warning – this is a performance issue known as short cycling. If you notice this happening suddenly, it could mean there’s a problem with the ignition, thermostat, wiring, or other heating system component. Short cycling also is a warning sign of a heat pump or furnace that is too big or too small for the home.
Do you keep turning up the thermostat?
Does it feel like your house is not heating up? It’s normal crank up the temperature on a cold day, but if you have to keep cranking it up throughout the day because you’re still cold, it’s time for furnace repair. There could be a problem with the thermostat, or another issue with the furnace or heat pump equipment itself.
Are you paying more to stay warm?
Paying more for energy use during cold months without a rate increase to explain it is often a sign that your heating system isn’t running as well as it should be. HVAC repairs restore system performance to keep your energy bills low.
Before You Call for Heating Repair
When there is no heat coming from a furnace or heat pump, or the HVAC system does not turn on, these repair issues send many Indianapolis homeowners into a panic. While we certainly appreciate that our customers are so quick to call our team for help, professional services aren’t always needed.
Simple issues are sometimes to blame for what seems like a heating crisis. They have quick and easy solutions, which most homeowners are capable of performing themselves! Don’t spend money on a service call for heating repair when you don’t have to – before you reach out to our customer service team to schedule service, try these troubleshooting tips.
- Check Your Thermostat. Double check that the heat is turned on and you have it turned on to the right temperature.
- Check Your Air Filter. If your filter is clogged, it can hinder the performance of your furnace. Check your filter monthly and be sure to change it as needed.
- Check the Pilot Light or Flash Codes. If you have an older gas furnace, check to make sure the pilot light is still lit. If you have a newer unit, it likely has a display for flash codes, and should have a panel showing an explanation of each code.
How to Choose an Indianapolis Contractor for Your Heating System
Choosing the right HVAC contractor saves you money in the long run, when it comes to necessary repairs for your home’s heating equipment. Where do you start when looking for a qualified HVAC contractor? How can you tell if a furnace repairman is qualified? Here are some tips to help you find a qualified, skilled HVAC professional to perform heating repairs in your home.
Ask friends and family.
- Start with people you trust. Ask your friends and family which companies they’ve used in the past and which contractors they trust to perform work within their home.
- Read reviews on sites like Google and Facebook for unfiltered testimonials from other homeowners before calling an HVAC contractor. Watch for the company’s response and get an idea of how they handle criticisms and resolve customer service issues.
Visit their website.
- Check out the contractor’s website to learn about their heating and air conditioning services. See how long they’ve been in business, what their values are, and how they approach working with their clients. Find out if the company performs other heating and air conditioning services you may need in the future, so you can start building lasting professional relationships now.
Look to see if they’re licensed, bonded, and insured.
There are HVAC contractors out there who claim to be licensed but are not. A reputable contractor should have their license number clearly marked on their literature and on their website. There is too much at stake to risk your home with someone who isn’t closing off your gas line, or properly disposing of refrigerant. When in doubt, use the Indiana License Verification database to check.
Don’t assume the lowest bidder is the best.
- You know that saying, “you get what you pay for”? That’s true for HVAC repair contractors. By hiring the lowest bidder, you could end up spending more on repairs down the road if you don’t hire a qualified technician to perform repair services the first time.
Get a written estimate.
- Reputable HVAC contractors will give you a written estimate that they’ll stick to. The estimate or bid should include a list of everything that will be done for your system repair, with the price.
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