Reliable Heating Services in Dallas, TX
MHC Air Services serves the Dallas, TX, community with top-rated heating services. With the winter season, it’s best to be adequately prepared for the frosty weather. Whether your home heating system needs significant repair, installation, replacement, or maintenance, our team of experts is here to help!
Heating Systems That We Service
Our hard-working team of technicians is equipped with the knowledge and gear to fix any issue. We provide services for every heating system, make and model, including furnace repairs and heat pump repairs. It’s important to know when your system needs a repair, so we’ve created a short list to keep in mind:
- Uneven temperatures in your home
- Unusually high energy bills
- Loud rattling and banging
- Strange smells
- Incorrect thermostat readings
All of these are important to look out for. MHC Air Services wants you and your family to be comfortable all winter long. That starts with getting your heating system repaired as soon as you notice any signs of trouble.
Does the list above sound familiar? Call MHC Air Services at 972-279-3400 or contact us online and schedule a consultation today!
Heating Installation & Replacement
At MHC Air Services, we work with a wide variety of heating options. That means we’re able to inspect every individual home and make adjustments according to the heating system you have in place. Likewise, if you’re in the market for a new heating system, MHC Air Services can help! We’ll provide options to meet the specific demands of your home and complete the installation for you flawlessly. If your heating system is more than 20 years old and you’re noticing you need frequent repairs, it’s likely time for a replacement.
Whether it’s a furnace, heat pump, ductless mini-split, or geothermal unit, your heating system will benefit from regular maintenance! Consistently maintaining your heating system will expand its life span and ensure it’s running all year efficiently. It will also lower your energy costs and alert you to minor issues before they turn into more extensive (and more costly) repairs.
Your comfort is our priority; that’s why we’ve created our annual maintenance plan that is individualized for every home and its demands.
Why Choose MHC Air Services?
Since 1976, our professional team at MHC Air Services has been working hard and prioritizing your comfort in Dallas and the surrounding area. Each member of our team is trained to the highest standard in the industry, licensed, and insured. We provide reliable, fast, and exceptional work for your home!
Don’t hesitate: Call MHC Air Services at 972-279-3400 or contact us online!
Why is my heater making strange noises?
Some heating system noises may be relatively harmless, such as a few pinging sounds as air ducts expand and contract or the tapping noise of a loose blower fan belt. Other noises like screeching, grinding, buzzing, or thumping can indicate more severe problems, such as bad fan bearings, a faulty blower motor, or a failing compressor. If you hear any concerning noises, it is best to call professionals for an accurate diagnosis. It may help to avoid unnecessary heating system damage.
Why does my furnace smell like it’s burning?
If it’s been a while since you turned your furnace on, a burning smell can mean accumulated dust is heating up. It should only last a few minutes, but if the odor does not go away, something may be wrong, such as a faulty circuit board, an overheating fan motor, or a bad electrical connection. Shut off the furnace and contact HVAC professionals for a complete diagnosis.
How can I save money on my heating bill?
Many homes in the Dallas area lack the proper amount of insulation. To minimize your heating costs, ensure your home is fully insulated, install quality weather-stripping around windows and doors, and seal any holes in the exterior walls with caulk or spray foam. Finally, schedule annual furnace maintenance to keep your heating system operating as efficiently and reliably as possible.
Why won’t my furnace stay on?
If your furnace turns on and then shuts back down after a few seconds or minutes, it could be something as simple as a clogged air filter or something more complex, like a dirty flame sensor, a faulty limit switch, or a failed draft induction motor. If replacing the air filter does not help, reach out to HVAC professionals.