Access Heating can help get your get your home cold weather-ready, and decrease the odds of a heating breakdown this winter. When it comes to heating services, we do it all!
Tune-ups include not only an inspection of all parts of your heating system, but also cleaning of all the major components. Additionally, our technician will test the efficiency of your heating system (how effectively your furnace or boiler converts fuel to heat), and conduct a carbon monoxide test. This annual maintenance not only helps ensure more reliable heating, but it is an excellent way to help reduce expensive heating bills. A well-maintained system is more energy-efficient, which will help lower utility bills. If your heater utilizes natural gas, we can help ensure all of your lines are secure, so your family stays safe from carbon monoxide and potential leaks.
Our technicians are all fully licensed, certified and trained to service all the major brands of boilers, furnaces and heat pumps. If your heating system breaks down in the middle of the night, our techs are on call and ready to take care of equipment repairs quickly – 24/7 (on a first-come, first-served basis of course). They will get your repairs done fast, and at a fair price. We understand that getting your heater repaired can feel like a strain on the budget, and that’s why we aim to provide cost effective heating repairs.
We offer furnace replacements for any make/model furnace. are a premier Trane dealer. We believe that Trane offers the most advanced and energy efficient products available. But if you prefer another brand, we can install any make and model heating or furnace system that you prefer. Our professional technicians will carefully and properly size your new heating system to maximize efficiency, reliability and longevity. We will accurately and meticulously install your furnace to minimize stress on components, eliminate leaking or obstructed airflow, and facilitate extended care of equipment. Our service team has the experience, skills and resources to do the job right.
A heat pump is a central air conditioning system that also has the ability to heat your home during the winter. It basically “pumps” heat into your home during the cold weather months and “pumps” heat out during the summer months. If you’re interested in having a heat pump installed, we’re happy to do this for you. When properly maintained, heat pumps can work well for up to 10-15 years. But if you’ve got a heat pump in need of repair, our technicians can diagnose the problem and make the repairs right away.
In a ductless heating system, warm air is delivered through narrow pipes (mini ducts) that are seamlessly installed into your walls. A ductless heating system delivers the levels of heat you’d get with a traditional heat system, but without the ductwork. We can install ductless heating in your home without any major construction work. Installation is simple; we just mount the indoor and outdoor units, connect the refrigerant lines, and make a few electrical connections. Our technicians are trained at repairing these systems too. If your ductless heater isn’t producing enough heat, or if it’s making a strange noise or leaking water, we can get your system back up and running again soon.
The experts at Access Heating recommend you have your home’s heating system professionally-inspected once a year, ideally before cold weather arrives, to ensure that everything is working properly and efficiently. Your furnace has probably been sitting idle all spring and summer, which means it should be checked out before its heavy use days. We can inspect all parts and components of your heating system, including your furnace or heat pump, ductwork, air filter, fuel pipe, heating exchanger and thermostat. If there are any parts that have worn out and need to be replaced, we can take care of that. We can also inspect your heating system for any slight issues that may be starting to develop, and advise you on your options to fix these things—before they “snowball” into major problems.
If you wait until winter arrives to have your furnace inspected, you may run the risk of encountering repair issues when you need the heat most, like attempting to turn it on during the first chilly night of the season and discovering to your dismay that your furnace won’t start. Obviously if it’s a bitter-cold night, that’s not going to be a lot of fun. The smart thing to do is to have your heating system checked out and to get any necessary repairs or have new equipment installed, if needed, BEFORE your system fails and you’re in an emergency situation.