Sudden heating issues can be disastrous during the winter in Paris, KY. This is especially true if you don’t have a reliable HVAC company to contact for repairs. Without a working furnace to keep you warm, winter will feel more bitter than usual.
You can trust Gibson to provide the heating repairs that you need to stay safe and comfortable this winter.
Heating Repairs for All Types of Systems
Over time due to age and wear and tear, furnaces do tend to break down. If you’re experiencing any issues with your furnace such as strange noises or smells, short-cycling or weak airflow, contact Gibson.
Ground loop leaks, water contamination, corrosion or ductwork issues are the most common with geothermal heat pump systems. Gibson’s technicians are expertly trained at repairing all types of geothermal systems.
A broken blower, leak, or line clogs caused by condensation are easy fixes for our Gibson technicians. We can quickly locate the problem and clear out the system, so it works just like a new unit again.
Heat pumps are reliable HVAC systems but can break down because of their frequent use, as they provide both heating and cooling for year-round comfort. If your heat pump is blowing cold air, providing insufficient heating, making weird noises or producing strange smells, contact an HVAC professional to take a look.
Boilers are long-lasting and require few repairs. Our team will guarantee yours is returned to its best shape by resetting and depressurizing your boiler.
Signs Your Central Heating System Needs Repairs
High Energy Bills
You may notice an increase in your monthly energy bills if your heater experiences a blockage or a leak. Damaged insulation, thermostat issues, or old age can also cause the furnace to work improperly. The system can overwork itself with little result.
Scheduling an inspection can diagnose the cause of your high energy bills.
Poor Efficiency and Effectiveness
The average lifespan of a home furnace is around 15 years. Age is a common reason the system is no longer running as efficiently as it should.
Installing a new system may be a higher upfront cost but will save you money otherwise spent on frequent repairs on an old unit.
The furnace may shut itself off after a short period because of overheating. Restricted or trapped hot air will block the vents, creating a start-and-stop cycle that will cause uneven heating and damage to the system.
If some areas of your home are warmer or colder than others, you’re experiencing uneven heating. Uneven heating can be caused by a clogged air filter, short-cycling system, an aging system or leaking ductwork.
Gibson Heating & Cooling’s Maintenance Agreements
Enrolling in Gibson’s maintenance program gives you the advantage of prompt, unscheduled service visits. Our program also offers regularly scheduled maintenance appointments to keep your HVAC system working year-round.
Taking advantage of the preventative maintenance coverage included in our program will minimize your need for unforeseen repairs, reducing the stress that comes with unexpected home costs. We offer a variety of packages that suit the needs of every customer.
Some of our benefits include:
- Fewer appliance breakdowns
- Longer lasting equipment
- Better air quality
- More efficient utility consumption
You will also receive a no-obligation estimate for your call. We are not partnered with a specific manufacturer, so we promise to give you honest advice on what heating equipment or parts are best for your home.
Contact us for more details about our Heating & Cooling Protection Plan today or to schedule an appointment for HVAC repair services in Paris, KY, and the surrounding area.
Contact Gibson for Heating Repair Services
Gibson Heating & Cooling knows that you count on systems like your furnace and air conditioning to keep your family safe and comfortable all year long. That’s why our reliable heating, air conditioning, and indoor air quality technicians work on a diligent timeline to produce quality repair results. Get in touch with us today to schedule an appointment for service in Paris and the surrounding Central Kentucky areas.