Furnace Repair & Heater Repair in Tyler TX & Surrounding Areas
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Heating Problems? How Can We Serve You?
Winter is the season when you cozy up on the couch with your sweetheart, sip on your favorite warm drink (hot chocolate or apple cider), and rewatch reruns of your favorite sitcoms or classic holiday movies.
But the relaxing evening can easily be ruined if your heater suddenly stops working.
That’s why Walker Heating & Cooling offers 24 hour furnace repair.
When your HVAC system needs immediate attention, call Walker for fast heater repair in Tyler, Texas.
How To Know When Your Home Heater Needs Repairs?
Furnaces and heaters can develop many different problems. Some of them can actually be dangerous.
Be sure to call Walker if you notice any of these heating issues:
- Strange smells – If you smell gas, this could be an emergency situation.
- Yellow Pilot Light – This can indicate a carbon monoxide leak. Call us right away!
- Tripped Carbon-Monoxide Detector – This is a potentially dangerous situation and requires emergency repair.
- Air Does’n Get Warm Enough – If you notice your heater working harder than normal to heat your home, you may have a ductwork leak or some other problem.
- Strange Noises – Most furnaces make sounds, especially when they first turn on. But continuous loud noises are not normal and should be inspected.
- Respiratory Issues – In the colder months, poor air flow can cause coughing, wheezing, and other respiratory problems.
How Cold Does It Actually Get In East Texas?
Contrary to popular belief, East Texas winters do get cold.
The coldest night ever recorded in Tyler was -0.8°F on December 23, 1989.
While most winters in Smith County are not that severe, we do experience freezing temperatures almost every year.
And on those cold nights when your heating system stops working, we want you to know that you have a HVAC repair company nearby ready to help—day or night!
Need heat pump or gas furnace repair right now? Call Walker Heating & Cooling today!
We’re one of the most trusted furnace companies in the Tyler area.
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 $89
Est. Time of Completion: — 2 Hours
When a simple repair won’t do, our heater and furnace installers can handle your furnace replacement fast and affordably.
Cost For Furnace Replacement — Starts $5,000 (Complete System)
Est. Time of Completion: — 1 day
The Walker Experience.
Step 1: Give Us A Call
A friendly team member will listen to you as you describe your heating problem and express your desire to get out of the cold!
Step 2: Schedule Your Service
We will work with your schedule to find a time that is most convenient for you. Need help now? Call now for 24-hour emergency heater repair in Tyler, TX and surrounding areas.
Step 3: Receive Confirmation
On the day of your furnace service, you will receive a picture of the technician who is to arrive at your home or office as well as confirmation — hours/mins before.
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.
"Fantastic Customer Service! They are always trying to figure out the best options for my budget, both financially and time wise."
"Company is highly recommended!! Both technicians that came out were very nice and knowledgeable. Trisha is also very nice."
"Great Experience from start to finish. Would highly recommend for any job. Have used them for repairs, and HVAC replacement, and have no intention of calling anyone else! Very professional, clean cut and courteous technicians."
"Walker Heating and Cooling is a great company to do business with if you're looking for a new HVAC system. Their product pricing is good, and they have good hassle-free salesmen."
“Arrived promptly; was neat in appearance; explained everything carefully; did not rush; very polite. Thank you.”
"Walker Heating & Cooling has installed new units on two of my homes, and preformed routine maintenance on multiple occasions.
I've always been happy with their honesty and pricing.
Their techs are always professional, and I don't ever have a concern with them in my home or that of my tenants. They take care to wear shoe coverings when entering my home from outside, and always leave my home looking as it was before they arrived."
"Prompt, efficient work at a fair price. Does not get better!"
"Jose was great! This is my second experience with Walker and Jose completed both jobs. Professional, clean and did a wonderful job getting our units working!"
"Speedy and efficient service! I called in the morning and Josh and his helper came early afternoon. Diagnosed problem quickly, picked up parts and installed the same day. Good job!"
"Walker Heating & Cooling installed my heating & air conditioning units and have been servicing them for several years.
Joe has been the primary service rep for my account and is prompt and efficient. The office staff is always very responsive and attempts to get service to me as soon as possible based on urgency of an issues."
Already a Walker customer?
Before You Call Try These Quick Fixes…
Check Your Thermostat
Make sure it’s 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!
Check Your Air Filter
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).