FURNACE REPAIR IN CHARLOTTE

There’s really no good time to need furnace repair in Charlotte. After all, once you realize you have a problem, the temperature will likely be extremely cold outside. With the fluctuations in temperatures that we get, you want your furnace repair in Charlotte to be performed as quickly as possible. That’s why you need to get in touch with the experts at One Hour Air Conditioning & Heating so that you can once again be warm and cozy in your home. We have some of the best heating technicians in the area. Not only are we experts in repair, but also furnace installation in Charlotte.

CHARLOTTE FURNACE WARNING SIGNS

All furnaces are a little unique, but there are several key areas which often cause problems when you least expect it:

Air flow issues, which can lead to inefficient operation or, in worst case scenarios, damage to your furnace’s heat exchanger. These problems can be caused by faulty or worn belts, bearings, or fan motors. When you detect reduced airflow, it’s best to call One Hour Heating and Air Conditioning before this small problem leads to a much bigger one.

Clogged or dirty filters can cause some of the same symptoms as bad air flow components.

Ignition control or pilot problems are some of the more unpredictable issues your furnace can develop.

A malfunctioning thermostat can cause problems and prevent your furnace from maintaining a comfortable environment in your home.

Normal wear and tear. Like your vehicle, your furnace can develop an array of problems from normal usage.

FURNACE INSTALLATION IN CHARLOTTE

One Hour Heating and Air Conditioning offers a comprehensive evaluation of your home’s individual and unique airspace when providing estimates for furnace installation in Charlotte. What does this mean? There are many elements that impact a home’s heating requirements.

Size of your home

Quality of your home’s insulation

Location of your home

Orientation of your home’s largest windows

Building materials used in your home

Existing duct size and register placement

Many HVAC systems suffer over the long-run from improper sizing and installation.