Surviving the hot and humid summers requires a functioning AC system to maintain indoor comfort. At our company, we understand the importance of your comfort, and we are here to help if your AC unit is malfunctioning. Our team will perform a thorough inspection to identify the root cause of the issue, and we offer various repair services, including part replacement, leak repairs, and more. We service all makes and models of air conditioners. If your air conditioner is not functioning properly, we are here to assist. Our services include fixing low refrigerant levels and changing filters to restore your system to its optimal condition. We use top-quality products and materials to ensure excellent air conditioner servicing.
Here are some signs that indicate it’s time to schedule an AC repair:
- The unit is completely unresponsive
- Noise or banging sounds during operation
- The system blows hot air
- Uneven air delivery
When your furnace is not functioning properly, the signs may be obvious, such as lukewarm air or an inability to reach the desired temperature. Mechanical issues can also be indicated by unusual banging or other sounds. In addition, bad smells circulating through your home or ice on windows and excess condensation are warning signs that require immediate attention. However, there are also less noticeable signs that your furnace needs repair, such as a discolored pilot light, rising utility costs, poor air quality, chills and drafts, and constant furnace operation. At Oswalt’s, we recognize the frustration that heating problems can bring, especially when they occur during cold weather. We are dedicated to restoring the comfort level in your home and bring a wealth of experience and training to address your heating issues.
Home and office owners often face a difficult decision regarding when to replace their air conditioning systems. While installing a new AC unit can be a significant investment, the cost of operating and repairing an older and inefficient unit may eventually exceed the cost of replacement. At Oswalt’s, we are here to assist you in determining the optimal time to replace your AC unit.
Here are some signs that it may be time to replace your AC unit:
- Poor efficiency
- Expensive repairs
- Advanced age of the unit
- Discomfort in your indoor space
- Frequent breakdowns
There are numerous reasons why you may need to replace your furnace, such as age, incorrect sizing, or significant mechanical problems. When the time comes to replace your furnace, it is essential to work with a trustworthy company that can complete the job correctly. At Oswalt’s, we are a leading provider of furnace installations and we strive to ensure years of dependable performance and comfort from your new furnace. We will help you choose the perfect unit based on your requirements, budget, and home size.
Why should you consider replacing your furnace? Here are some benefits of upgrading your heating system:
- Improved energy efficiency
- More reliable performance
- Reduced need for repairs
- Enhanced indoor air quality
- More consistent and even heating
During a tune-up, each part of your heater will be examined. The various internal components will be cleaned thoroughly to optimize energy transfer throughout the unit. This can lower your energy bills and save you a lot of money in the long run. Regular heating maintenance could be a great investment in your property.
There are many tasks performed during a heating tune-up.
- Cleaning off the heating coil
- Lubricating motors and moving parts
- Testing safety systems
- Checking air filters
At Oswalt’s, we understand this need and strive to keep your AC system functioning at its best to help you beat the heat. With our extensive knowledge of AC systems and their components, we perform thorough inspections to ensure optimal performance.
Our certified technicians will visit your home to conduct a complete inspection of your AC system. During this inspection, we thoroughly check for various issues, including:
- Ensuring adequate fluid levels in your system
- Cleaning and checking your condenser coils for proper airflow
- Cleaning or replacing filters
- Inspecting lines, wiring, and connections
- Checking all fans for proper operation
- Verifying your thermostat is functioning correctly