Don’t let a loss of heat or air conditioning create undue stress. Alltek Services provides dependable HVAC repair in Bell County and the surrounding areas. Our certified technicians are experts at diagnosing heating and air conditioning problems and restoring indoor comfort. We charge no diagnostic fee — only a fuel surcharge for troubleshooting your HVAC problem.
Please call (254) 345-4653 to arrange for scheduled HVAC repairs or request emergency repair services.
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Air conditioners, heat pumps, and furnaces are significant investments. Of course, you want your equipment to last as long as possible before you need to replace it. Any equipment can experience performance issues from time to time. Acting quickly when you notice a problem with your system’s performance is the best way to restore comfort and avoid further damage.
Schedule HVAC repair when you notice:
- Low airflow or no air coming from the vents: If there is no air coming from the vents or the airflow is very weak, there could be a problem with the compressor, filters, or ductwork.
- Air conditioner blowing hot air: When the system is blowing warm or hot air, its time to call for repairs.
- Strange noises: If you notice loud banging, squealing, or grinding noises, something isn’t working right. Call for repairs before additional damage occurs.
- The house isn’t warm or cool enough: When your system is working but the house isn’t warming up in the winter or getting cool enough in the summer, the problem could either be with the system or the thermostat.
- Higher utility bills: If you aren’t using your system more and haven’t had extreme weather but you suddenly get hit with a bill that is much higher than normal, it can indicate a problem with the system.
A problem with your air conditioner or heater should be handled as soon as possible. Putting off repairs can increase wear and tear on the system, and a seemingly minor problem can escalate into complete system failure. Calling for HVAC repairs as soon as you notice that your system isn’t working right can make it easier and less expensive to restore your equipment.
Accurate diagnosis is essential for a successful repair. For this reason, you should leave HVAC repair to a qualified professional. There are a few things you can check before calling, such as making sure the air filters are clean, checking that a breaker isn’t tripped, verifying that the system is on and set to “cool” for air conditioning, adjusting the temperature on the thermostat, and checking the thermostat’s batteries. If these don’t work, call a qualified HVAC technician.
At Alltek Services, we understand the stress of a heating or air conditioning problem. You need the system fixed quickly to restore your comfort. We are often able to provide same-day appointments. If you have a problem at an inconvenient time, we offer emergency HVAC repair in Bell County 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
If your HVAC system isn’t running right, call (254) 345-4653 for reliable and trustworthy HVAC repair.
Frequently Asked HVAC Repair Questions
What Is an HVAC System?
HVAC stands for “Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning.” HVAC systems can be tailored to each building's unique needs. They are available in a variety of sizes, configurations, and energy-efficiency ratings. Some HVAC systems even have features such as zoning controls that allow you to customize the climate control in different rooms or areas.
For commercial buildings and other large spaces, an advanced HVAC system may include multiple thermostats, sophisticated sensors, and controllers that monitor temperature requirements in various locations throughout the building. This ensures comfort levels remain consistent while optimizing energy efficiency at the same time.
Proper installation is key for efficient operation of any HVAC system. Regular maintenance is also important for reducing costly repairs and ensuring optimal performance of all components associated with the system.
Why is My Air Conditioner Leaking Water?
Noticing a small amount of water outdoors can be normal on a hot day, but noticing any dripping inside your home is not. Your AC has something called a condensate drain line that leads outdoors. It must be clear for water to drain outside. However, if can get clogged with things like dust, mold or dirt. This will lead to a backup and overflow of water.
There are a few other causes of leaking water as well, such as a failed condensate pump or a damaged drain pan.
Why is My Air Conditioner Not Cooling the House?
If you’re feeling warm air coming from your vents, first check that your filter has been changed recently. Or, someone may have changed the thermostat settings. Sometimes, it’s as simple as that. Unfortunately, there are several other common reasons that are a little more serious, including refrigerant leaks or a damaged condenser.
Why Does My Air Conditioner Smell?
Different smells coming from your ducts may mean different things.
A particularly foul, rotten odor can be a dead animal such as a rodent or a bird. A more musty/mildewy smell often indicates that mold has taken root in an area that has poor drainage. This odor can also smell more like dirty socks or feet. An electric or gun powder-like odor may mean something has shorted.
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