If your dream of owning a home is now a reality, you will want to have a reliable and affordable HVAC expert on your side. Heaters, furnaces, and air conditioning systems all require maintenance and timely repairs to work efficiently and safely.
Eagle, ID homeowners have trusted the HVAC specialists at Access Heating & Cooling since 1972. For over 40 years, we have helped countless homeowners in the area with all their heating and cooling services. As one of the top trusted heating and air conditioning companies in the area, we have all the answers to your pressing HVAC questions.
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Nothing is more frustrating than turning on your air conditioner only to discover a strange grinding noise or noticing hot air instead of cold air coming from the register. AC systems are meant to work on the hottest days, to keep us cool and comfortable. If something is wrong with the AC unit, Access Heating & Air can solve the issue and get things back to normal. From thermostat problems or other electrical issues to air filters, evaporator coils, and air handler problems, we have all your AC repair services under control.
In the winter, you rely on your heating system to keep your family warm and safe. Not having a working heater or furnace is simply not an option for Eagle homeowners. Our fast and reliable heating and air conditioning contractors know exactly what to look for in order to offer a comprehensive diagnosis and personalized repair plan for your heater or furnace.
Sometimes, heating and air conditioning service may take an unexpected turn. Simple repairs are not always the best answer for some heating and cooling problems. In many cases, a new installation is required to best solve the problem once and for all. For example, if you notice rising energy bills, loud grinding noises coming from the air handler or inconsistent humidity in your home, it may be time for a new AC installation.
Some signs that you need a new heater or furnace include living with a unit that requires constant repair or is losing efficiency. In many cases, heaters and furnaces that are over 15-20 years old should be replaced because they are no longer current and the parts have become obsolete. When it comes to installing a new system, your trusted heating and cooling contractors at Access Heating & Air can help you choose a unit that will work effectively in your home.
Fast, friendly and reliable. I especially loved that they sent me updates on when they would arrive with a picture of who was coming to my house. I would recommend them to everyone.
Friendly, knowledgeable staff make for a great experience! Access Heating and Air is a "Best in Class" company as far as I am concerned!
On time and very professional and friendly.
Follow up was great!!
Completed demand. Dogs chewed wire for outside units. Completed repairs. Systems running properly.
Completed furnace maintenance. All components are working properly at this time. Furnace is 2 years old, and under warranty - the average lifespan is 10-15 years. Discussed furnace performance and indoor air quality with customer. Customer is happy with furnace performance and air quality. Declined the options for improvement.
Completed furnace maintenenace and replaced filter. All furnace components are working properly at this time. Discussed water heater flush and air scrubber with customer. Customer is not interested at this time.
Completed furnace maintenance. All components are working properly at this time. Customer is happy with system performance and indoor air quality, was not interested in seeing options for improvement. Customer asked about thermostat blinking light. Found that blinking yellow light indicates that a firmware update is available OR thermostat is waiting to be connected to a WiFi network. Attached pdf instructions to invoice.
Turned furnace power switch on, display now operating. Set time and clock on thermostat display.