As a resident of the Greater Cincinnati area, you know how brutally cold our winters can be. Throughout those long winter months, you rely on the warmth of your home to stay comfortable and avoid the freezing temperatures. If the temperatures drop below freezing and your home’s heating system goes out, you need a reliable HVAC company that can get you running again—like the heating professionals at Air-Flow
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1.Smell Gas Leaking
A gas leak will be noticeable based on the smell of natural gas. If this is the case for you, shut down your furnace immediately. Next, you will need to locate your gas shut off valve and turn it off. Do not light any matches or turn on any lights in your home, call a HVAC technician immediately.
2.The Thermostat Is Not Working
The thermostat has a very important job and you shouldn't have to keep bumping up the temperature to keep your home warm. A thermostats job is to tell the furnace how much heat to pump into your home and if that isn't working properly then you have a problem that will need to be addressed by a professional. Malfunctions can be caused by electrical problems like blown fuses or loose wiring. You'll want the help of an expert due to the risk of shock.
3.Loud Noise Is Coming From The Unit
A noise you haven't heard before is a clear red flag of a system in need of repair. Whether you hear a thump or a bang, these noises will not go away on their own. Often times these sounds can be a sign of a loose part that could cause further damage.
4.Furnace Is Blowing Cold Air
If your furnace starts to blow cold air when it should be hot then the system is not performing correctly. The most common cause of this has to deal with the thermocouple or pilot light. These are both complex repairs and will require the assistance of a HVAC technician.
5.You've Ignored Your Furnace For A Year Or More
Ask yourself the last time you had an HVAC company come out to your home and take an extensive look at your home's furnace. Has it been more than a year? Like your car, your home's furnace requires preventive maintenance to allow it to perform at the most efficient and productive level required for your home. At the very least your filter needs to be replaced at minimum every three months. For all other preventive maintenance we suggest having a technician perform a seasonal tune-up at least twice a year. Once before summer and once before fall.
1. Schedule Your Repair
Contact us online or call us at 513-851-3569 to request a repair. You'll talk to a friendly customer service representative to find a time that works within your busy schedule.
2. Recieve A Call From Your Technician
Your professionally-trained tech will call you while they are on their way to your home, so you know exactly when they will be arriving.
3. See Upfront Pricing
Your technician will carefully inspect your A/C system, diagnose the problem, explain the solution and provide you a cost estimate—before any work begins.
4. Same Day Repair
In most cases, your technician can get the part needed—either from their truck or a nearby warehouse—to repair your A/C that same day.
5. Give Us Feedback
Finally, we'll ask for your feedback on how we did so we can make sure you were 100% satisfied. And if you're not? Let us know, we'll make things right!