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Emergency Heating Repair Services in Houston, TX

Emergency Heating Repair Services in Houston, TX

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Houston, TX Emergency Heating Repair Services

Are you having trouble with your furnace? Request service and we’ll send a heating repair technician out to your home—24/7.

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Your furnace may run flawlessly for years without any problems. Most people don’t give it much thought until they don’t have heat, but it’s important to pay attention to your heater. Some issues don’t only lead to a lack of comfort. They can put your safety at risk, especially if there is a gas leak, ventilation problem, or damage to the pilot light or ignition system. A malfunctioning furnace can be a fire or carbon monoxide hazard.

When you need emergency furnace service, contact Village Plumbing & Air. We have technicians on staff who are on call 24/7. They arrive at your home promptly and travel with the parts and tools needed to determine what’s wrong and fix it in one visit. It’s sometimes hard to tell if your furnace problem is an emergency, but immediate repair is necessary if the furnace:

  • Won’t Turn On: A power issue, problem with the gas line, or a damaged electrical heating element can prevent the unit from turning on. Major breakdowns sometimes require replacement. You can avoid breakdowns by regularly having your furnace maintained and tuned up.

  • Makes Noise: Call right away if there are unusual noises. Grinding can mean motor bearings are worn, while rumbling means the fuel is still burning after a cycle is complete. If your furnace makes thumping sounds, a motor or blower wheel may be loose. Frequent popping sounds can mean the heat exchanger is cracked.

  • Overheats: Typically, a sensor enables a furnace to turn off if it starts overheating. A frequent cause is a broken sensor or blockage; the unit will become too hot if it runs continuously and won’t turn off. An overheated furnace can break down and even be a fire hazard.

  • Releases Unusual Odors: Furnace odors that may indicate an emergency include metallic smells, which can mean internal parts are too hot. A rotten egg smell means there’s a natural gas or potential carbon monoxide leak, while chemical odors can indicate heat exchanger damage (often a formaldehyde-like smell).

Furnace Maintenance

Furnace Replacement

Air Conditioning Replacement

Air Conditioning Repair

Air Conditioning Maintenance

Other Signs of Heater Problems

If a furnace or heat pump isn’t working, the temperature in your home may fluctuate or be uneven from room to room. The heat may fail entirely and you may notice low air pressure from air vents. Higher energy bills can mean the system is running inefficiently. And if you smell gas or notice symptoms of carbon monoxide exposure, such as headache, dizziness, vomiting, weakness, chest pain, or confusion, leave your home immediately and call for help.

How to Save on Furnace Maintenance and Repair

Emergencies can be unnerving and expensive. Village Plumbing & Air offers a service plan that reduces our emergency fees, so you get the service you need at a lower cost. However, unexpected breakdowns can be prevented. That’s why we provide furnace tune-ups twice a year to members of our Village Partner Plan. A thorough inspection lets us make adjustments and spot hidden problems to fix while they’re still small. Eliminating the need for major repairs can save you a great deal in the long run.

 
 

Call Village Plumbing & Air Today

A woman-owned business and award-winning contractor, our company provides emergency heating repair to ensure your continued comfort and safety. We provide an honest quote from the start and have a 100% satisfaction guarantee. Also check out our specials, including discounts and financing options, to help you save even more. To request emergency furnace service , call us right away at 713-526-1491.

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