We've repaired and maintained almost every type of heating system that is available in North Carolina. Whether you have a heat pump, gas furnace, packaged unit, or electric heat, we can help!
Your heater plays a big role in your comfort in the winter months here in Charlotte and the surrounding areas. If it's no longer working or is in need of repair, we’ll sit down with you and provide a full consultation where we will listen to your needs and budget and then discuss the options available to you. Together, we can choose the furnace repair that is right for keeping your home warm throughout the year.
We’ll come by and assess your current situation and then provide our honest recommendations to you for your heater.
Additionally, there are other considerations to keep in mind... Is it likely you will have to replace the system as a whole within a few years? We’ll help answer these questions for you and guide you through the options that best meets your needs, operates efficiently, and saves you money.
We offer free diagnostics if you choose us for your heating repair on the day! Otherwise there is a diagnostic fee of $78 for evaluating the entire system and its malfunctions
Check to see if your thermostat is on, set to heat, and the temperature is set above the temperature your thermostat is indicating your home is.
Air filters are notorious for making heating systems overheat or work very poorly. Filters should be changed every 1-3 months. Take your filter out and inspect for heavy buildup.
Breakers trip all the time. Although it is a sign of an electrical failure in the furnace system, it could be caused by a power surge or outage. Verify your heating system's breaker is in the on position. Resetting the breaker can also clear any control board faults and the furnace could operate again.
Gas supply companies could turn gas connections off due to leaks or move outs. Locate your gas main outside and verify the ball valve is not turned off.
High efficiency furnaces create moisture and have dedicated drain lines that allows the condensate to drain. If your system is utilizing a condensate pump, it is possible that the GFCI that it is plugged into is tripped which would shut the furnace down for safety measures.
Knowing where your furnace is located is helpful in diagnosing what could be the problem. Most furnaces are located in attics or crawlspaces.
Keeping your heating unit in optimal condition is our main goal of heating maintenance. We ensure that your furnace is operating with proper gas pressure, airflow, electrical supply and cleanliness. Your safety is our first concern in maintaining your system, particularly with natural gas furnaces. It's important to check the wiring for dangerous wearing and replace weak spots with new connections if necessary. In short, we ensure that you and your family will remain warm and safe throughout the winter months with a heater that will last.
When you choose us for your heating maintenance, we will:
During our maintenance checks, we will provide our honest opinions on whether you need repairs for your heater or if its in great and safe condition. Click here to learn more about our Platinum Care Schedule.
Gas fired furnaces utilize flames and a heat exchanger to heat your home's air. As they get older, the parts needed to keep the system safe start to deteriorate. Our main goal of our One Time Heating Tune Ups or our Platinum Care Schedule Maintenance Plan is to ensure that your system is operating safely.
We provide a 1 year labor warranty on all our work so you can feel secure knowing that we here to help you for the long-haul.
Carolina Copper HVAC, LLC
400 Gilead Road, PO 1405, Huntersville, NC 28078
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