Ace Heating & Air to the Rescue

Ace Heating & Air to the Rescue

Your trusted source for heating repair in Tyler, TX

If think your heating system has a problem, do not wait. Waiting to fix a problem can only make the repair worsen with a chance of a more expensive repair. We will work to diagnose the problem and give you an estimate on how much the repair will cost. Our expert technicians have been involved in heating repair services for years and are not surprised by much. Our technicians are expertly trained to quickly and accurately make the diagnosis. Responding swiftly to your call one of our technicians will provide you with a fair and competitive estimate that details how exactly your system needs to be repaired.

Even more, heating repairs do more than work wonders for your comfort: they also prevent the dangers that come with a defective heating system, such as gas leaks. Wherever you live in San Diego County, our team will give your system the fine-tuning it needs, ensuring that your system is both functional and safe.

Is your furnace not working?

Check out the these DIY quick fixes before you call:

1. Check your thermostat:

Make sure it’s set to HEAT. Otherwise your furnace won’t turn on, no matter what you do.

2. Check the return air filter:

If it’s dirty, change it. A dirty air filter can cause all sorts of problems, including causing the furnace to overheat and shut down.

3. Check the circuit breaker:

Furnace won’t turn on? A power spike may have tripped its circuit breaker (Yes, even gas furnaces use electricity). Go to your electrical panel and check the breaker. Is it tripped? Turn it to the OFF position, then ON. If the breaker trips again, contact us immediately! That means there is a problem elsewhere that a professional needs to solve.

Is your heat pump not working?

Check out the these DIY quick fixes before you call:

1. Check your thermostat:

Make sure it’s set to COOL during summer and HEAT during winter. Otherwise it won’t turn on, no matter what.

2. Check the return filter:

Find the return vent (the metal grate that’s sucking in your home’s air). Open it and you’ll find an air filter. If it’s dirty, change it. A dirty air filter can cause all sorts of problems, including causing the heat pump to freeze up and shut down.

3. Check the circuit breaker:

Heat pump won’t turn on? A power spike may have tripped its circuit breaker. Go to your electrical panel and check the breaker. Is it tripped? Turn it to the OFF position, then ON. If the breaker trips again, contact us immediately! This means there is a problem elsewhere a professional needs to solve.

Give us a call today to schedule your no-hassle consultation. We look forward to helping you solve your heating repair and installation needs.