Emergency Heating services are available around-the-clock to keep you warm. Licensed HVAC professionals will help you with any problems you experience with your home’s furnace, heat pump, air conditioner or other equipment. You’ll never be charged an overtime fee, even if it is after business hours. We’ll explain everything upfront and price our services fair and affordable.
Your thermostat is the brain of your HVAC system, and if it has issues, your entire system will struggle to function. Whether your thermostat is overheating, not turning on at all, or making loud noises when operating, an experienced emergency repair technician should be able to discover the problem and recommend a solution.
Activating EM Heat
Your heat pump’s emergency heat setting is designed to be activated during periods of very cold weather when the outdoor unit is unable to remove heat from the air. When you manually activate your EM heat, the system bypasses the heat pump and begins using its backup source, which could be a gas furnace, oil burner or electric heat strip. If you turn on your EM heat, it is important to call a professional to inspect the heat pump as soon as possible so that the backup system does not overuse itself.
While routine maintenance can dramatically cut down on unexpected repairs, it is not a foolproof way to avoid them altogether. It is best to follow your manufacturer’s recommendations for regular maintenance visits to clean the equipment, check all systems components, and verify fluid levels.