Heating Repair in the Bay Area
The Bay Area’s winters may be relatively short, but they can get quite chilly, and a working heating system is essential to keep your home comfortable during those periods. Whether you have an older system or one that is nearly brand-new, problems can happen, and when you need a qualified HVAC professional for repairs, trust our team at AIS Heating & Air Conditioning.
We are a family-owned company that has been serving Fremont and the Bay Area since 2008. We offer a wide range of heating and cooling services, including heating repair, maintenance, and more. Our company is Diamond Certified, ensuring that you can expect superior service on every visit, and our highly skilled, certified technicians will go above and beyond to help with all your heating and cooling needs.
Is your heating system having problems? Call AIS Heating & Air Conditioning today at (510) 792-4328 or contact us online to schedule heating repairs in Fremont, Dublin, Livermore, Pleasanton, or the surrounding communities!
When to Call a Professional for Heating Repairs
A heating system can stop working completely, making it obvious that there is a problem, but typically, the symptoms will be far more subtle. If you catch the problem early, you may be able to avoid a complete breakdown and unnecessary system damage. Call our team at AIS Heating & Air Conditioning right away when you notice any of the following signs of heating system problems:
- Inadequate heat production or airflow
- Uneven temperatures between rooms or cold spots
- Frequent on and off cycling
- Shutting down before desired temperature is reached
- Constant operation of heating system or fan
- Water, oil, or refrigerant leaks
- Yellow flames in a furnace instead of blue
- Alerts from a carbon monoxide detector
- Unusual noises like grinding, banging, or thumping
- Musty, sour, or smoky odors
- Thermostat or zoning control malfunctions
Our skilled HVAC technicians have the latest diagnostic equipment to find the cause of your heating problems quickly, and we will recommend the most dependable and cost-effective repair options for the situation.
Contact us or call (510) 792-4328 today for heating repairs in Fremont, Alamo, Danville, or San Ramon with AIS Heating & Cooling.
Heating Repair Services in Fremont & the Bay Area
Whether you have a furnace, a heat, pump, or a ductless mini-split, our experts at AIS can provide the heating repairs you need to keep your home comfortable. We service all brands and models of heating equipment, and we offer a complete, “no excuses” satisfaction guarantee on all our services. Here are just a few of the reasons to choose AIS Heating & Air Conditioning for all your home heating repairs:
- Free in-home estimates – Our estimates help you make an educated decision about your heating repairs.
- Straightforward pricing – We offer upfront pricing, instead of hourly, so that you will not be surprised by the cost.
- Certified technicians – Our technicians are well-trained, certified, and highly experienced, and our company is fully licensed and insured.
- Superior service – We treat our customers like family, and we will go above and beyond to meet your needs.
We also offer heating maintenance to keep your heating system in great condition, as well as heating replacements for systems that are past their prime.
Contact us today or call (510) 792-4328 to learn more about the benefits of choosing AIS for heating repairs!
Call Today for Fast, Dependable Heating Repairs in Fremont, CA
Don’t suffer in the cold when your heating system breaks down. Count on AIS Heating & Air Conditioning for a fast response and dependable, high-quality repairs anywhere in the Bay Area.
Call (510) 792-4328 or contact us online to schedule heating services today!
FAQs About Heating Repair
How much does it cost to fix a heater?
Heater repairs costs vary depending on the parts and labor required to complete the job. If you have repairs done as soon as you notice a problem, it can help to reduce the cost involved. While most heaters last 15 to 20 years, repair costs can start to add up as they age. When repairs become frequent and costly, it may be time to replace your heater, even if it hasn’t reached the end of its expected life cycle.
What would cause a heater to stop working?
The most common reason a home heater stops working is inconsistent heater maintenance — or none at all. A dirty blower, dirty air filters, dirty burners, thermostat issues, a faulty or dead blower capacitor, too-low refrigerant levels, and faulty ductwork are all issues that can cause your home’s heater to malfunction. The best way to find out why your heater isn’t operating as it should is to have an experienced and competent HVAC technician inspect the heater and repair any parts that have failed.
How often should heaters be serviced?
A heater should be inspected at least once a year, twice a year if it sees heavy use. It’s the best way to ensure your home’s heating system works the way it should when you need it to. Most heater equipment manufacturers agree annual inspections are necessary, as is regular maintenance by a qualified technician. The equipment’s warranty may even state this is necessary to ensure your heater is covered when something goes wrong.
How do you service a heater?
Safe operation of your heater is a must. Heater maintenance services ensure your home has reliable heat when it needs it. They also help improve indoor air quality, increase your system’s life span, and deliver better energy efficiency. During heater repair services, our HVAC specialists perform a number of services, including checking the thermostat, inspecting and repairing fan motors, blower blades, and heat exchangers, and any other services the heater may need. Many tasks required to service or repair a heater are beyond the skills of the average homeowner, so if you’re unsure how to look for or fix a problem, it’s best to call in a professional.
Have additional questions about heating repair services for your Bay Area home? Contact AIS online, call us at (510) 792-4328, or text us at (510) 683-5369 to schedule an inspection.