At Bryan’s Heating & Air Conditioning, we understand the importance of a reliable heating unit. As the frost fills the air outdoors, the lack of warm airflow indoors can make it difficult to feel comfortable. Even with regular care, HVAC systems can sometimes fail to provide adequate heated air flow when you need it most. If your unit breaks down, you can count on Bryan’s Heating & Air Conditioning for emergency AC repair, day or night. Since 1985, our HVAC company has provided professional HVAC services to home and business owners in Kansas. We provide emergency services both to residential and commercial heating and furnace systems, so you never have to worry about losing heat in your home or business for too long.
Bryan’s Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. services every part of your home’s heating system. Our technicians troubleshoot the situation, giving homeowners proper information and advice on fixing the issue. And though we make any number of repairs for a variety of reasons, the following are some of the prevalent causes for emergency heating repairs.
We know breakdowns happen, but preventive HVAC maintenance helps stave off a number of issues that could cause your heating system to fail. Regular, planned maintenance allows our technicians the ability to address minor issues before they affect other system components and become an emergency. With preventive maintenance plans for both residential and commercial HVAC systems, we will work with you to meet your home or business’ unique heating system needs for indoor comfort year-round.
Air filters aren’t the set-it-and-forget-it type, though it seems that way most of the time. A dirty filter makes your heating system work harder than usual in two ways. First, air can’t flow efficiently, forcing the fans to work more to push air through the system. Second, if the filter gets clogged enough, the dirt, debris and other particles will begin to go wherever they can. This includes the air in your home and mechanical components of the heating system. Avoid letting airborne allergens fester in your home or business — contact us!
If you've had your heating system for more than a few years, chances are that regular wear and tear is already happening. Every time the system turns on, the mechanical and electrical components work in conjunction to bring heat and comfort to your home. As this process repeats, these components chug along but will eventually wear down, leading to breakdowns. While moderate wear and tear is normal, even brand new HVAC systems are susceptible to issues if they're not professionally installed, maintained, and repaired.
The thermostat is another recurring culprit behind the need for immediate heating and furnace repair. These stalwarts handle a lot of hot air and use, but sometimes they want a day off. A faulty thermostat can cause the system to run too much, overheat your home or business, or not run at all — leading to a cold surprise. Thermostats become unresponsive for a number of reasons, including electrical issues. When you call Bryan’s Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc., our technicians will troubleshoot and resolve any thermostat issue.
When you have a residential or commercial heating emergency, you want to work with a company you can trust. Our professional technicians have extensive knowledge and experience with all major brands and models. You can be assured we will work diligently to complete the emergency residential heating repairs your home needs for the heat to return promptly. We also know how important it is to have a warm home during a Kansas winter. That’s why our 24-hour service truly means 24 hours a day. Our technicians’ vehicles are stocked with an assortment of different parts and materials, so they can make heating repairs as soon as they arrive. Quality customer service and craftsmanship are hallmarks of Bryan's Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. that you can count on day or night.
The Blue Star Maintenance Package saves you money! It gives you priority emergency service and helps prevent costly repairs, assuring you of maximum safety. Planned maintenance prolongs the life of your equipment and will reduce your operating costs.