We service all makes and models of all your heating equipment. From heat pumps to furnaces, oil to gas, there is nothing that we can’t handle. We offer fair pricing and everyone of our comfort specialist goes through continuous training to stay on top of everything changing in the hvac world.
Our office will accommodate YOUR schedule when you need to make an appointment. Our friendly office staff will call you the day before to remind you of your appointment and also when the technician is on his way to your home. You will also receive yearly reminders once a year when it is time to schedule your precision tune up!
Here are a couple quick things to check before you call us for service.
1. Is your thermostat set to heat and set at your desired temperature? I know this seems like a no-brainer but you never know who touched what, so just make sure the set point is a higher temperature than room temperature.
2. Has the furnace accidentally been turned off? Most furnaces are installed with an on/off switch near the furnace itself. Make sure this hasn’t been bumped accidentally or some little fingers got a hold of it.
3. Has the breaker or fuse been tripped or blown? Take a look at your electrical panel. Most fuses have a burnt look to them when they have blown. Breakers can be a little tricky, so instead of just looking at the breaker turn it all the way off then back on again. Half tripped breakers can give the appearance of being normal when there not.
4. Does your thermostat have a blank screen? A lot of thermostats on the market are still battery operated. Try replacing the battery’s in your thermostat “if it has them” before you call us. This may not always fix the issue you are having but it could save you a service call for something that was a easy fix.
5. When is the last time you changed your air filter? A dirty or plugged air filter can cause your hvac equipment to not run efficiently and even shut your equipment down completely. It depends on the type of filter, but if light has a hard time getting through then so does air. If your filter is very dirty remove it from your equipment and replace it with a new filter then turn the power off to the unit and then back on again at either the switch or breaker.
These things can either help you avoid a service call or better prepare your technician at time of service.
What people are saying
Good, prompt service, efficient, fast diagnostic, pleased with work performed. Discount Club Agreement saved them money on repair.
We had our regular air conditioner check up this month and our technician said the furnace filter was pretty dirty. We have animals at home and we all have allergies. It was great we were told, now our filter will be changed twice annually if needed and we will all feel better.Thanks Ryan Heating and Cooing!! Kathy S.
I have been with Ryan Heating and Cooling since I built my house. Very honest company, Ryan is a rare good man and I trust whatever he tells me!