Marsing, Idaho residents depend on their heating and air conditioning systems to keep them cool in the summer and warm during the winter months when temperatures drop below freezing. Our technicians at Home Heating & Air Conditioning are available to support our Marsing customers with a full range of repair and installation services.
Our technicians are trained to troubleshoot air conditioning problems and determine the best and most cost-effective solution, whether it’s making a simple repair, replacing a defective part, performing regular maintenance, or installing a new system. One of our unique advantages is the fact that our technicians travel in fully stocked trucks, meaning that a repair can usually be completed in a single visit.
Every repair starts with a conversation about the problem followed by a detailed inspection of the system to determine the cause. The technician will explain the recommended repair and quote a fair price before beginning the work. The following are some of the most common repairs needed by our customers in Marsing:
Repairing a refrigerant leak
Replacing a compressor
Replacing a condenser coil
Repairing a fan motor
Repairing or replacing a thermostat
Air conditioning systems don’t last forever, no matter how well they’re maintained. In general, we recommend replacement if an air conditioner is more than ten years old and starting to need frequent repairs. Fortunately, new models are more energy-efficient, meaning they cost less to run. We help our customers determine the right time to replace an older system, and we help them choose the best new system for their needs.
Marsing residents need reliable heating systems to get through our cold Idaho winters. Whether a house is heated by a furnace or a heat pump, Home Heating & Air can keep the heating system up and running with tune-ups and repairs.
Residents who rely on a gas or electric furnace to supply their heat should consider scheduling regular tune-ups to prevent sudden failure. A tune-up includes a thorough inspection of the furnace for damage or leaks. Technicians also clean all parts of the furnace to remove dust and dirt, which helps the furnace run more efficiently.
If they’re not caught early, furnace problems can lead to a heating system that doesn’t turn on at all, that shuts off too soon, or that fails to circulate hot air through the house. Furnace repairs can include the following services:
Replacing a failing motor
Replacing a capacitor
Replacing or repairing a control board
Clearing a blocked flue
Cleaning or replacing a clogged air filter
Unlike a furnace, which uses gas or electric power to generate heat, a heat pump transfers heat from the air outside to the air inside the home and vice versa. At Home Heating & Air, we provide a full range of heat pump services, including the following:
Repairing refrigerant leaks
De-icing the outdoor unit
Replacing a broken reversal valve
Replacing electrical components
Repairing or replacing a faulty thermostat
All homes with central heating and air have a duct system to direct air throughout the home. As a house ages, ducts can develop leaks or collect debris that impede the flow of air. This makes the whole HVAC system work less efficiently. Our duct repair services include inspection, cleaning, and sealing of ducts to prevent leakage.
An HVAC system can have a significant impact on the quality of air inside the home. At Home Heating & Air, we can help our Marsing, Idaho customers improve their indoor air quality in several ways.
An air filtration system is a whole-house air filter that is designed to remove impurities from the air. Filters are installed as part of the central heating and air system, which draws air through the filters as it is blown throughout the house. Depending on the filter material, an air filtration system can prevent the spread of allergens, mold, chemicals, and even germs.
The most effective type of air filter is a HEPA filter. The acronym stands for High Efficiency Particulate Air, and it describes a type of fiberglass air filter that is designed to trap dust, mold, pollen, smoke, fumes, and other chemicals. To bear the name HEPA, a filter must block 99.97% of particles that are 0.3 microns or larger in size.
Humidifiers can also greatly improve the quality of indoor air in the dry climate of western Idaho. Dry indoor air can also dry out the body’s moisture, leaving nasal passages more vulnerable to airborne germs. Excessively dry air can also cause damage to furniture and flooring. To best protect a home and its residents, we recommend installing a whole-house humidifier.
Carbon monoxide (CO) is an odorless gas that is potentially deadly to humans. When CO is found inside a home, it is often the result of a failure or leak in a furnace, boiler, or heat exchanger. One way to prevent carbon monoxide exposure is to have the heating system inspected regularly. We also recommend installing carbon monoxide detectors as an added layer of protection.
Our highly trained technicians at Home Heating & Air are ready to assist you with all of your HVAC needs. Contact us today to schedule a service.
Our highly professional staff is selected based on their commitment to exceptional customer service and personal integrity. All of our employees are required to pass drug tests and background checks. I make sure that I am comfortable with them in my home with my wife and kids before I let them in yours. And after all of this I train them. Each of our employees continuously undergoes extensive training. Our industry is rapidly evolving and service technicians these days are constantly on the cutting edge of science.