Is your heating system failing to keep you warm? Call TemperaturePro.
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Heater not working properly? No need to worry! TemperaturePro services all makes and models.
TemperaturePro provides friendly, reliable, and affordable heating repair services to the greater Charleston, South Carolina metro area. We’re open 24 hours a day, 7 days per week, so our HVAC technicians are ready to respond even in an emergency.
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Our goal is to make sure you’re comfortable in your home or business. If your heating system begins to malfunction, you can rely on the heating repair experts at TemperaturePro Charleston-Summerville to bring your HVAC system back to healthy working condition.
When a system is struggling to produce heat, the problem is usually a result of one or more components failing. Unfortunately, when parts of your HVAC unit are broken or failing, you will need replacement parts. Give us a call as soon as you notice something wrong with your heater, as catching the problem early on may prevent cascading problems that can escalate to expensive repairs.
Here are a few signs and indicators that your heating system requires repair from a certified HVAC professional:
When your furnace stops heating and starts blowing cold air, this is a sign your condensate line may be blocked.
As a furnace operates, it creates water. The condensate line, usually a PVC pipe, allows that water to drain from the heating system.
When the condensate line becomes blocked, it triggers an overflow kill switch that stops the furnace from operating and to prevent water damage to the system. The pipe is usually clogged by:
If the issue doesn’t stem from a blockage in the condensate line, that’s a signal that the condenstate pump is broken. If this is the case, you’ll need to rely on an HVAC professional to resolve this problem.
If your furnace won’t turn on at all, it’s possible there is an issue with your pilot light.
If you have an older system and the pilot light is out, you can usually relight the flame on your own. If you continue to experience issues with the flame that just won’t burn, you should call for help from an HVAC professional.
If you have a newer heating system and the pilot light won’t stay on, despite how many times you relight with the ignition, you can trust an HVAC expert to diagnose and repair the issue for you.