McKinney’s Expert Heating Repairs
Even with the utmost care, your heater is still susceptible to wear and tear. If your heating system fails without warning, Harris Air Services is ready to lend a hand. We provide 100% guaranteed repairs for all makes and models of heating systems.
Whatever the issue, our certified technicians can deliver fast and quality emergency heating repairs in McKinney, TX, and nearby areas.
With years of training and experience, our heating specialists can resolve even the toughest challenges with your system. At every project, we leave no mess behind — leaving you only with the highest level of comfort at home. Simple or complex, big or small — we have the right repairs to restore your warmth on cold winter days.
Affordable & Satisfaction-Guaranteed Service
At Harris Air Services, we treat every customer like family. So when something goes wrong with your heater, we’re always available to help. Because we value your trust, we focus on repairs that provide quality and long-lasting results.
We understand that having an efficient heating system is essential to the well-being of your home. When you choose us for the job, you can be sure you’ll get the best out of your investment. We provide:
- Fair & upfront pricing
- Hassle-free, affordable repairs
- Certified & experienced technicians
- 100% fail-safe work
- Excellent customer service
- Complete repair solutions for all heating issues
Signs You Need Heating Repair
Prompt gas furnace and electric furnace repairs are essential for protecting your home and shielding your heating system from further damage. Ignoring necessary repairs won’t save you money. In fact, it will increase the likelihood that you’ll have to pay for a premature gas or electric furnace replacement.
If you detect any of these issues, we recommend scheduling a service as soon as possible. When you call us to report any of these signs your furnace is failing, we’ll send a technician to your home:
- Odd noises and strange odors (crucially, burning odors or rotten eggs)
- Inconsistent heating capacity
- Unresponsiveness to thermostat controls
- Frequently tripped breakers
- Yellow pilot light
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Frequently Asked Heating Repair Questions
What should I do if my heat isn’t working?
If your heating system isn’t working, check the power source to confirm it’s connected, the breaker hasn’t tripped, and the valve hasn’t closed. Next, check that the thermostat is set to “heat.” Finally, clean the air filter. If these steps don’t resolve the problem, schedule an emergency heating repair appointment.
When should I use emergency heat?
You should only use your emergency heating stage when the primary stage of the heat pump can’t function properly. If you have an all-electric system, you can wait until the unit thaws, but you shouldn’t use it for continuous day/night operation.
If the problem doesn’t quickly resolve itself, you should schedule an emergency heating appointment to resolve the cause of the malfunction.
Why is my house not heating up?
There are many reasons your house may not be heating up the way you’d like. Common issues include poor insulation, air leaks, blocked ducts, and rooms with high ceilings. Other issues can include an undersized heating unit, leaking ductwork, problems with blower motors, etc.
Should I repair or replace my furnace?
It’s generally best to use your furnace for as long as possible. This tends to be around 12 to 15 years for most gas systems and between 20 and 30 years for electric furnaces. However, replacement may be best if your unit is losing energy efficiency, requiring increasingly frequent repairs, or if the cost of repairs is rising significantly.
And, if at any age your furnace requires a repair that exceeds 50% of the replacement cost, we recommend replacing it rather than performing the furnace repair.