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24/7 Emergency HVAC Repair Services

When your HVAC system breaks down, it doesn’t care about the time or the weather. That’s why we offer 24/7 emergency HVAC repair services across Vancouver, The Lower Mainland and Fraser Valley. Our team of certified technicians are always ready to come to the rescue. Whether it’s the coldest winter night or the hottest summer day you can count on us to help protect your home!

Emergency Furnace Repair

A malfunctioning furnace in the middle of a cold night can be more than just uncomfortable—it can be dangerous. Don’t wait until morning; call us right away. Our technicians will quickly identify and fix the problem, ensuring your home is warm and cozy again in no time.

Common Furnace Problems and Their Solutions

If your furnace isn’t producing enough heat, it could be due to a clogged air filter. A dirty filter restricts airflow, leading to reduced heat output. Solution: Check the air filter and replace it if necessary. Regularly changing or cleaning the filter can prevent this issue.

 If your furnace isn’t generating any heat, several factors could be responsible. First, check the thermostat settings to ensure they’re properly configured. If the thermostat is set correctly, the issue may lie with the power supply. Solution: Check the circuit breaker or fuse box to ensure the furnace is receiving power. If the problem persists, contact a professional HVAC technician for further inspection.

If the blower fan keeps running even when the heating cycle is complete, it could indicate a faulty limit switch. The limit switch is responsible for turning the blower off once the desired temperature is reached. Solution: Replace the limit switch to resolve the issue. It’s recommended to seek assistance from an HVAC technician for this repair.

Strange noises such as banging, squealing, or rattling coming from your furnace can be alarming. These noises often indicate loose or damaged components within the system. Solution: Inspect the furnace for any loose or broken parts. Tighten or replace them as needed. If you’re unsure about the source of the noise, it’s best to consult a professional technician to avoid further damage.

If you have an older furnace with a pilot light, it may occasionally go out, preventing the furnace from heating. Solution: Relight the pilot light according to the manufacturer’s instructions. If the pilot light still won’t stay lit, it could be due to a faulty thermocouple. In such cases, it’s advisable to have a qualified technician replace the thermocouple.

Short cycling occurs when the furnace frequently turns on and off in rapid succession. It can strain the system, increase energy consumption, and impact overall performance. Solution: Check the air filter for clogs and ensure proper airflow. If the problem persists, it could be due to a malfunctioning thermostat, improper furnace size, or an issue with the heat exchanger. Contact an HVAC professional to diagnose and address the underlying cause.

If you notice significant temperature variations between different rooms or areas in your home, it could indicate an issue with the furnace’s airflow or ductwork. Solution: Inspect the air registers and ducts for any blockages or leaks. Ensure they are clean and properly sealed. If the problem persists, it’s recommended to consult an HVAC technician for a comprehensive evaluation and solution.

Emergency Air Conditioning Repair

A broken air conditioner on a hot summer day can turn your home into an oven. Don’t suffer in the heat; call us for immediate assistance. Our technicians will work quickly to restore your air conditioning, ensuring your home remains a cool sanctuary.

If your air conditioner is running but not cooling the air, it could be due to a lack of refrigerant, a faulty compressor, or a problem with the thermostat.

If the airflow from your air conditioner is weak or inconsistent, it could be a sign of a blockage in your ductwork, a problem with the fan, or a dirty air filter.

If your air conditioner is making strange noises such as grinding, squealing, or rattling, it could be a sign of a mechanical problem that needs immediate attention.

If your air conditioner is producing a foul or musty smell, it could be a sign of mold or mildew in your ductwork or a burnt-out wire insulation.

If your air conditioner isn’t effectively reducing humidity levels in your home, it could be a sign that it’s not working properly.

If your air conditioner is constantly turning on and off, it could be a sign of an oversized AC, a problem with the thermostat, or low refrigerant levels.

If you notice water or refrigerant leaking around your air conditioner, it’s a clear sign of a problem that needs immediate attention.

If your air conditioner isn’t responding to your thermostat settings, it could be a sign of a faulty thermostat.

Emergency Boiler Repair

A faulty boiler can pose a serious safety risk. If you notice something wrong with your boiler, call us immediately. Our technicians are available around the clock, ensuring your boiler is safe and functional no matter when you need us.

This is the most obvious sign that something is wrong with your boiler. It could be due to a variety of issues, including problems with the thermostat, low water levels, or a broken component.

Any kind of leak is usually a serious issue that needs immediate attention. Leaks could be caused by a broken internal component, such as a pressure valve or pump seal.

If your boiler is making unusual noises like whistling, gurgling, or banging, it could be a sign of air in the system, low water pressure, or a faulty pump.

If your thermostat is not accurately controlling the temperature or you’re having to constantly adjust it, it could be a sign that you need a new one.

If your boiler’s pressure is too low, it won’t function properly. This could be due to a water leak in the system or a faulty pressure relief valve.

If your radiators aren’t getting hot, it could be due to sludge or air build up in the system, or an issue with the boiler’s pump not circulating water properly.

If your boiler keeps turning off by itself, it could be due to low water pressure, a problem with the thermostat, or a lack of water flow due to a closed valve, air or the pump not circulating the water in the system correctly.

If your boiler’s pilot light keeps going out, it could be due to a broken thermocouple, a draught blowing the pilot light out, or a deposit built up in the pilot light.

Emergency Hot Water Heater Repair

A day without hot water can disrupt your routine and comfort. If your hot water heater is acting up, don’t hesitate to call us. Our technicians will swiftly repair your hot water heater, restoring your access to hot water as soon as possible.

This is the most obvious sign that something is wrong with your water heater. If your water heater isn’t producing any hot water, it could be due to a faulty heating element, a tripped circuit breaker, or a problem with the thermostat.

 If your water heater is producing some hot water, but it’s not enough to meet your needs, it could be a sign that the heating elements are failing or the thermostat is set too low.

If the water temperature is inconsistent, fluctuating between hot and cold, it could be a sign of a faulty thermostat or a problem with the heating elements.

If the hot water coming out of your faucets is discolored or has a rusty color, it could be a sign that there’s rust inside your water heater tank, which can lead to leaks and other serious problems.

If your water heater is making rumbling, popping, or hissing noises, it could be a sign of sediment buildup in the tank, which can cause overheating and damage to the tank.

 If you notice water pooling around the base of your water heater, it’s a clear sign of a leak, which needs to be addressed immediately to prevent water damage and potential electrical hazards.

If your hot water has a metallic taste or a foul smell, it could be a sign of bacteria buildup in the tank.

If the circuit breaker for your water heater is tripping frequently, it could be a sign of an electrical problem, such as a short circuit.