Furnace Repair & Heater Repair for Tyler, TX
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Heat Pump, Furnace, and Heater Repair in Tyler, TX
Keep your home cozy. So you don’t have to fight over the blanket.
If you’ve dialed the thermostat up to 78° and you’re still fighting over blankets… or you feel cranky each time your feet get uncovered… You need heater repair.
Call Walker HVAC today to service your heat pump or furnace in Tyler, TX. So you can feel comfortable all winter. No matter how cold it is outside.
"When Should I Call A Heating Technician?"
Some heating system problems are a quick DIY fix. Others are dangerous, or complex, and you need to call a professional.
If you’re experiencing any of the following with your heater or furnace, it’s time to call Walker Heating & Cooling.
The following could be emergency situations. Call us immediately in the case of:
- Yellow Pilot Light – Often a sign of a carbon monoxide leak. Call right away for furnace maintenance.
- Tripped Carbon-Monoxide Detector – This is a potentially dangerous situation. It requires emergency heating repair.
- Strange Smells – If you smell gas, call us immediately.
The following are not typically emergencies:
- Air Doesn’t Get Warm Enough – If you notice your heater working harder than usual, you may have a ductwork leak or other problem.
- Strange Noises – Most furnaces make sounds, especially the blower motor when it turns on. But continuous loud noises are not typical.
- High Energy Bills – Are your energy bills higher than usual? Your heat pump compressor may have a problem.
- Respiratory Issues – In the colder months, poor airflow can cause coughing, wheezing, and other respiratory problems. A simple repair could improve your home’s air quality. Air duct cleaning may also help.
Need heat pump repair or gas furnace repair in Tyler, TX?
Need heat pump repair or furnace repair in Tyler, TX? Our team of technicians can be at your home ASAP to get your heater warming your home again fast.
Furnace Repair Cost — Starts at $99
Est. Time of Completion: — 2 Hours
Looking for a simple thermostat to manually control your HVAC system? Or a smart thermostat that can be programmed with your phone? Walker has got you covered.
Thermostat Installation Cost — Starts $189
Est. Time of Completion — 1 Hour
The Walker Experience
Step 1: Give Us A Call
A friendly team member will listen to you as you describe your heat pump or furnace problem and express your desire to get out of the cold!
Step 2: Schedule Your Service
We’ll work with your schedule to find the most convenient time for you. Need help now? Call for 24-hour emergency heater repair.
Step 3: Receive Confirmation
On the day of your furnace service, you’ll receive a picture of your technician, along with confirmation when he is on his way.
Step 4: Get Top-Rate Service
Our technicians arrive fully equipped to handle the task. They are professional and courteous and aim for your satisfaction.
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Before You Call Try These Quick Fixes…
Check Your Air Filter
A dirty air filter can cause all sorts of heater problems, including causing the furnace to overheat and shut down.
The good news is that checking your air filter is quick and easy. Most heating units are located in a closet inside your home. You can access your filter via a knob or handle that you will likely find toward the bottom of the unit.
If your filter is a medium gray color, then it’s time to replace it. Because not all filters are the same size, you’ll want to check the size on the side of the filter before heading to Lowe’s, Home Depot, or Amazon.
FYI: If you frequently forget to change your filter, you can schedule automatic filter shipments from Amazon at an interval of your choosing (in most cases, every 2-3 months works great).
Check The Circuit Breaker
A power spike may have tripped its circuit breaker. Even if you have a gas furnace, they still require electricity.
Go to your electrical panel and check the breaker. Does it look like the breaker has tripped? Turn it to the OFF position. Now turn it back to the ON position.
If the breaker trips again, contact us immediately!
A team member will be out to inspect the problem and get you going again.
Check Your Thermostat
Make sure your thermostat is set to HEAT.
And we know it seems so obvious, but (1) we’ve done it (yes, even us!) and (2) we’ve “fixed” lots of heating units simply by turning them on. 😉
It’s better to double-check than to pay us to do it for you!