We service a wide variety of residential and commercial systems including millivolt gas furnaces, gas/ electric furnaces, hydronic heating coils, water sourced heat pumps, air cooled condensers and heat pumps.
Troubleshooting & trip fee includes electrical troubleshooting, and checking refrigerant levels. Once the heating or air problem is pinpointed by our service technician you will be provided a detailed recommendation for the best solution and pricing.
Some of the most common repairs for HVAC systems!
Thermostats are responsible for helping you control the temperature inside your entire home or place of business. We offer a variety of options for thermostat replacements starting from the most basic to the most technologically advanced models on the market!
Transformers used in HVAC systems most commonly "down-step" power from high voltage (115VAC-230VAC) down to low voltage (24VAC). The low voltage is then used to operate the control circuits integrated into your system.
Capacitors are used commonly with a variety of motors including blower motors, condenser fan motors and compressor motors to provide an additional source of power when needed. A bad capacitor will prevent a motor from operating properly.
Motors are used for providing a variety of ventilation throughout HVAC systems including, inducer fan motors located in furnaces for removing flue gases through your vent pipe, blower motors that provide forced air for ventilation through your duct system, and condenser fan motors that provide ventilation to keep your outdoor condenser running properly.
Contactors work with low voltage or "control voltage" (24VAC) to control high voltage (230VAC) circuits. In the HVAC industry they are most commonly used for providing power to compressors and motors when needed.
Thermopiles are commonly used in a variety of gas fired furnaces with no electrical supply. Thermopiles also known as "power piles" generate millivolts DC power after they are heated by the pilot flame. They are responsible for confirming a proper pilot flame is achieved while also simultaneously providing the gas valve with over 350 millivolts DC to ignite the main flame when the thermostat calls for heating. A weak thermopile will cause main flame failure even when the pilot is lit.
Flame sensors are also sometimes called "thermocouples" because they are very similar. Flame sensors are a safety mechanism in your furnace that helps avoid an accident caused by an open gas valve supplying fuel to a combustion chamber without an established flame present.
* 1 year labor warranty on all repairs, in addition to any warranty covered by manufacturers. Additional parts & repairs are not included. *