Is your heating system failing to keep you warm? Call TemperaturePro for timely and professional heating repair services in Austin.
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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 Austin, Texas metropolitan area. We understand how uncomfortable and inconvenient it can be to have your heater fail in the middle of winter. That’s why we offer pre-scheduled weekend and after-hours emergency services, so our heating repair technicians are ready to respond when you need them.
“Great and fast service. We had the heat go out at my business, Tim and his crew were right on it, they went over all my options, and took care of everything. Could not be happier.” – K.I.
“I recommend TemperaturePro with the utmost confidence to anyone looking for true industry professionals to look after all their heating, air conditioning and air quality needs.” – L.S.
“They found the problem and fixed it in the best possible, cost effective way. I’ll be calling them back over and over. Nice to find a company who returns phone calls, and has good business etiquette. They care of their customers and it shows!” – C.P.
Here are a few signs and indicators that your heating system requires repair from a certified heating repair professional in Austin:
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 prevents 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 condensate pump is broken. If this is the case, you’ll need to rely on a heating repair 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 heating repair 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 one of our HVAC experts to diagnose and repair the issue for you.
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