For up-front pricing and quality work, trust Everest Air for home heating needs in Phoenix, AZ. Most homeowners living in this area know about the hot, humid summers. Yet there are times when days and nights turn colder and you’ll want quick access to reliable technicians if your furnace or heating system isn’t working as expected. This is when you’ll appreciate having the added peace of mind of knowing that Everest Air is just a phone call away.
Because heater problems experienced by homeowners in the Phoenix area don’t always happen during convenient hours, seasoned HVAC technicians from Everest Air are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to respond to emergency situations. We service and repair all makes and models, including newer, high-tech models and basic gas and electric furnaces and heating systems.
When you contact us because of heating emergency, we’ll send courteous, experienced local technicians in a fully stocked truck to your home in Phoenix. After sizing up the situation, you’ll receive an explanation of what’s going on and an honest estimate of what it will cost to fix the problem before any work is done. We diagnose and resolve all types of heating-related issues, including ones involving:
• No heat at all
• The blower continuously running
• Loud or unusual noises during operation
• Frequent cycling
• An inability to provide sufficient heat
• Thermostat problems
• Unit not working at all
• Electric Ignition or pilot control problems
Don’t wait for the unexpected to happen. Instead, join other homeowners in Phoenix and surrounding areas and take advantage of heater maintenance from Everest Air. We recommend scheduling a pre-season inspection at the end of summer before it’s time to switch from air conditioning to heating. Spotting potential issues early can reduce your risk of experiencing breakdowns at the worst possible time.
Even if there aren’t any major problems detected, a routine cleaning and some minor adjustments can result in more efficient heating, which could help you enjoy lower utility bills. During a typical heater inspection and routine maintenance evaluation, our trained technicians take the following steps:
• Checking to see if your thermostat is operating properly
• Seeing if filters need cleaned or changed
• Looking at ductwork and registers
• Determining if there are any irregularities with operation cycles
• Inspecting key parts like the heat exchanger, blower motor, vent fan, limit control, roll out and pressure switches, and automatic gas valve
Are heater repairs becoming increasingly frequent and costly? Does your current unit fail to sufficiently heat your indoor spaces? If the answer to either one of these questions is, “yes,” then it’s time to consider updating your heating system. It’s a step that can result in fewer repairs and, more importantly, better indoor comfort and air quality.
We install all types of heating equipment, including traditional furnaces, comprehensive HVAC systems that include both heating and cooling capabilities, heat pumps, and boilers. Regardless of your heating preference, we’ll make sure it’s appropriately sized and integrated to provide optimal comfort and efficiency.
With first-time installations, knowledgeable Everest Air technicians will fully explain all available options and respectfully answer your questions. We can also help you figure out such things as the fuel type that will likely work best for your heating preferences, AFUE (annual fuel utilization efficiency) ratings that indicate how efficient a particular furnace is, and total cost of ownership based on estimated installation and maintenance expenses. During the replacement or installation process, expect our crew to:
• Set up connections for first-time installations
• Properly dispose of the old heater or unit or replacements or upgrades
• Make sure everything is working as expected
• Clean up the work area before leaving
When you’re in need for prompt, affordable heating service in Phoenix, AZ, look no further than Everest Air. Contact us today to request immediate assistance for heating emergencies, or to schedule an appointment.