We repair all heating and cooling systems
From gas furnaces, baseboard heat systems, ductless mini-splits, boilers, geothermal HVAC systems, and radiant systems, our experts are ready to swiftly diagnose and repair any heating issues you might face. With precision and care, we ensure that each element functions seamlessly, restoring optimal warmth and consistent heating to your home or business.
Litchfield County homeowners rely on our services
Our comprehensive services extend to repairing water tanks, oil tanks, gas lines, and ductwork. Whether it's detecting leaks or addressing mechanical system problems, we provide prompt heating repairs to Litchfield County residents.
Reduce the number of service calls with our pro tips
Schedule routine professional inspections and HVAC maintenance to catch any potential issues before they escalate. Keep your vents and ducts clean and unblocked to maintain proper airflow. Preventative measures such as sealing leaks and insulating your home effectively can reduce strain on your system. Invest in a programmable thermostat to regulate temperatures efficiently. Lastly, educate yourself about your heating system and its operation to notice any unusual signs promptly. By taking these precautions and staying vigilant, you can minimize the number of heating repairs and ultimately save money.
Is your heating system telling you something?
Your heating system may exhibit warning signs, such as loud and unusual noises, cool air emitting from vents, or visible leaks around your furnace. If your energy bills are unexpectedly higher or you notice strange odors, it's time to take action. Reduced or no airflow, frequent shutdowns, and an excess of dust are further indicators that your system requires attention.
Check your air filter
One significant factor contributing to heating system issues is dirty air filters. Clogged filters hinder proper airflow, causing overheating and system shutdowns. Additionally, a dirty filter prompts your system to cycle on and off in an attempt to maintain airflow. Protect your system from dust and debris buildup by replacing air filters every month or at least every three months, particularly if you have pets. This is a great DIY that can save you a lot of money in the long run.