Max’s Fix-it 24/7 provides extensive HVAC repair services in the Charleston area. Our expert technicians will ensure that your home is ready for anything, no matter the weather or time. We know that your appliances are key to your comfort, so call Max’s Fix-it 24/7 for any HVAC emergency-we’ll identify it and installation, repair, or replacement services.
Why Max's Fix-it 24/7 for HVAC Repair Services
Your HVAC systems are key to keeping your home comfortable. Our technicians are available 24 hours a day, including weekends and holidays, to repair and maintain your HVAC systems. Here are some reasons why so many in Charleston trust us for home repair:
HVAC Repair Services
HVAC malfunctions happen at the most inconvenient times and can leave you without heating or cooling. Our goal at Max’s Fix-it is to prevent this and ensure that your HVAC appliances are always running the way they should be. So don’t stress or worry about your HVAC repairs-you’re in excellent care. We offer the following HVAC repair services.
- Furnace Repair
- Heating Repair
- Water Heater Repair
- AC Repair
- Forced Air Repair
- Thermostat Repair
Importance of HVAC Repair
Over time, your HVAC system will attract debris, dust, mold, and other harmful elements. It is essential to perform regular maintenance and repair on your HVAC systems to prevent any long-term damage to other parts of your home. Regular repair cycles will also be much cheaper than replacing your entire unit, so contact Max’s Fix-it 24/7 for an inspection and repair quote today!
When should I call for HVAC repair services?
If HVAC systems malfunction and are not quickly repaired, they can pose serious issues for your home. Luckily, HVAC malfunctions are easy to spot and identify. Here are some common signs that something is not quite right:
Your HVAC is designed to hold your home to a certain temperature. If it can’t maintain a steady temperature, then there is an issue with your HVAC system or your thermostat. Have it inspected immediately to ensure that a small repair does not balloon into a large repair over time.
Smells are a result of contaminants such as dust, debris, or mold that is being heated and transferred throughout your home. Long term, these contaminants can be dangerous if inhaled and cause respiratory issues. Short term, if these contaminants continue to exist while your HVAC system runs, it will eventually damage your entire system, so hire a professional if you notice any smells when you run your HVAC system.
Similar to smells, noises result from corrosion or sediment buildup in your system. If ignored, the performance of your HVAC unit will suffer and spike your utility bills. If you notice unusual noises whenever you switch on your system, consult a professional immediately for repairs.
Leaks are a sign of issues with your ventilation system and your fans. Your fans should be keeping your HVAC system dry, so if you notice the presence of excess moisture, call a professional for repairs.
Unit is not turning on
If your unit won’t turn on, this is a clear sign that there is an issue with your system. This can be a connection problem, a power problem, or a general malfunction. In either case, call a professional to help diagnose and repair your HVAC unit.
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No, it is highly advised that you contact a professional. Both heating and cooling systems involve electricity and can be quite dangerous for those with little knowledge about the repair process. Although it may be tempting, do not attempt repairs by yourself.
HVAC is a term that refers to heating, ventilation, and air conditioning. These appliances control temperature and humidity in a space to provide comfort and improve indoor air quality.
Your HVAC systems should be serviced twice a year-before summer and before winter. If your system is older, it will require more frequent maintenance, closer to 3-4 times a year.
How Can Max's Fix-it 24/7 Help?
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We look forward to serving you, neighbor!