HVAC technician inspects an air conditioning system outside. From hot summer days to cold winter nights, a heating and cooling system plays a vital role in maintaining a comfortable temperature indoors.

Whether you need to warm your home from the chilly winter weather or cool it off on a sweltering summer day, your HVAC system is crucial to keeping your home or business comfortable all year.

However, problems can develop, and property owners can experience unwanted HVAC breakdowns at an inconvenient time. When an HVAC system stops working properly, call an experienced heating and cooling specialist.

A New Image Heating & Cooling is here to explain the signs that your HVAC system might need servicing.

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Call an HVAC Specialist if You Notice These Signs

  • System won’t turn on: Your HVAC system completely stops working and doesn’t supply cool or warm air to your home.
  • Leaks: A leak coming from your unit is a sure sign the system needs to be serviced.
  • Weak airflow: Your system may need service if the airflow coming from the ductwork is weak.
  • Opposite air temperature: You have warm air blowing in the home during summer or cold air in the winter.
  • Odors: A strange smell or sound is coming from your heating and cooling system.

Emergency HVAC Service for Unexpected HVAC Issues

A New Image Heating & Cooling understands the importance of maintaining a comfortable environment in your home. That’s why we make it our top priority to be there when a customer needs service, no matter the time of day.

We’ll quickly send a highly trained technician to your home to help determine the problem and find an affordable solution for you. A technician will provide a detailed report on the services required and offer the best solutions.

You’ll receive a free estimate, and after you approve it, they’ll start the work required to return your HVAC to reliable operation and help regulate the temperature in your home.

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  • Just the other day, I noticed how weak the cycling of our heating unit has become. We can’t have that happen when the winter season arrives, so I do feel like we should do something about this while it’s still early. I’ll go and ask an HVAC contractor from the area to help us out with our heat pump so it can function normally again.

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