Energy Savers is a team you can trust for your heating & cooling services! Give us a call today for residential or commercial heating and cooling.
If your Opelika, AL., home or business isn’t staying comfortable throughout the colder months, it’s time to call Energy Savers for heating repair. Our skilled Opelika technicians will diagnose heating system problems and implement lasting solutions to keep you warm. We perform heating system preventive maintenance to care for your furnace or heat pump, decreasing breakdowns while increasing energy efficiency and service life. Replace your aging heating system with a new high-performance, energy-efficient heat pump or furnace from Carrier. Call Energy Savers to learn more.
Summer heat and humidity can be nearly unbearable in Opelika, AL, but it doesn’t have to be in your home! Energy Savers offers affordable, quality cooling and indoor air quality solutions to help you and your family beat the summer heat. If your existing air conditioner or heat pump suffers performance issues, contact us so we can send one of our many NATE-certified cooling technicians to resolve the issue and restore comfort.
We also perform spring preventive maintenance for cooling systems that reduces the chances of a breakdown over the summer months. For new air conditioning installation, we are a Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer who offers a wide range of affordable, energy-efficient cooling solutions for your home or business.
Blowing Hot Air: Inconsistent temperatures are a sign of trouble. Your air conditioner is supposed to provide a consistent temperature at the setting you’ve chosen. If your unit stops producing cool indoor air, it may mean low refrigerant levels, or it could indicate a more serious problem such as a damaged compressor that requires service. Either way, don’t delay repair, and call a professional.
Unusual Smells: A foul odor could mean that your air conditioning system’s insulation has been damaged or that the ductwork is moldy. Dirt, mold or mildew inside your unit can circulate contaminated air around your home and cause health issues for your family. So don’t ignore those bad smells! Call our team to make an appointment for a service to improve the indoor air quality of your home or businesses today!
Age: The average lifespan of a HVAC unit that received regular maintenance service is 15 to 20 years. Even if you have an older system that shows no signs of needing emergency repairs, the fact remains that older equipment simply doesn’t operate as efficiently as a new system. Technological improvements in newer HVAC units generate better cooling at a lower cost, so the money you save on utility bills will eventually help your new air conditioner installation pay its own way!
Unusual Noises: If your HVAC system is functioning properly, it should be operating relatively quiet. You may have even learned to tune out its quiet hums as your daily surrounding background music. However, any screeching, grinding, rattling, buzzing or ticking noises that make your home feel like a construction site could indicate the need for a new air conditioner.
Cost of the Repair: Your heating and cooling unit should receive regular maintenance service once per year. While there may be an occasional need for an extra service or repair, if you have called for a repair service multiple times a year, it may make more sense financially to look for a replacement.
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