It’s cold. It’s dark. It’s the dead of winter. That’s ok! You’ve got your furnace to keep your toasty. Until it… quits on you.
If your furnace or heat pump isn’t heating properly, contact PV Heating & Air! We know how to fix it.
PV Heating & Air has you covered for every furnace repair or heater repair problem.
We can identify and heat pump and furnace repair issues like:
- Dirty burners, blower motors, and flame sensors
- Too much gas getting to the equipment
- Broken parts, including capacitors, heat strips, starting components, and draft inducers
- A furnace blower that’s not working
- One heating zone that isn’t working, even when the other ones are
- Cracked heat exchangers that leak carbon monoxide (CO) and create a dangerous indoor air quality hazard
We can show you:
- Problems that present as a home heating repair but might not be – such as uneven heating among rooms, duct leakage, and airflow problems
- How to solve air infiltration problems, such as overly dry air and drafty areas of your home
- Ways to increase indoor humidity during the dry winter months, with or without installing any new equipment
- Potential sources of carbon monoxide leakage, which could be a much bigger problem than not having heat
PV Heating & Air repairs all types of furnaces and heat pumps
If it’s a central heating system in an Atlanta area home, we can repair it.
At PV Heating & Air, our experienced technicians can repair:
- All furnace and heat pump brands: That includes Trane, Carrier, Lennox, Rheem, Ruud, Amana, Goodman, York, Bryant, and others.
- Various heating system types: Our team services ducted furnaces, ducted heat pumps, and ductless or ducted mini-split heat pumps.
- Natural gas and propane-powered furnaces: Count on PV Heating & Air when you need heating system repair for a standard natural gas furnace or an LP (propane) furnace.
What kind of heating system do you have? Here’s how to tell.
Here in Atlanta, there are two primary central heating system types: natural gas furnaces and electric heat pumps. Not sure what you’ve got?
Here’s how to tell the difference:
- Furnaces burn natural gas. You’ll have a gas line that’s connected to the system. During the winter, your natural gas bill will be much higher since you’re burning more fuel to heat your home.
- Electric heat pumps work a lot like air conditioners but in reverse. In winter, a heat pump removes heat from the air outdoors and forces that heat into your home. On really cold days, your thermostat will engage “emergency” or “auxiliary” heat (aka, heat strips) to keep your home warm.
At PV Heating & Air, we provide heater repair and furnace repair for any type of system found in Metro Atlanta homes.
Furnace repair is just part of a larger picture
Much of the time, furnace repair is as much about education and integrity as it is about fixing broken equipment. The more you know about HVAC, the better the choices you make about equipment and maintenance. And the more honest your contractor, well…
Let’s just say your furnace shouldn’t be breaking down very often or at all from here on out.
At PV Heating & Air, we believe in fixing the real issue, not just putting a band-aid on a festering problem. When possible, we show you how to prevent future furnace failures. That way, you avoid future heater repairs, save money, and improve comfort for the long term.