Residential Heating Repair & Maintenance

Keeping Phoenix comfortable through the winter

Despite Phoenix being hot most of the year, the winter months do see low temperatures dip into the lower 40s. This means that you'll need a residential heating system to ensure your home does not get too uncomfortable.

TemperaturePro Phoenix is the best heating repair company in Phoenix that offers a variety of services, including residential heating repair and maintenance. Our family-owned and operated heating company focuses on providing you with the best furnace or heat pump with the highest quality of products and service. Get in touch with us to get started today!

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Our Residential Heating Repair Services

Residential heating repair involves diagnosing your heating system and then offering you options for affordable heater repair at your Phoenix home. Usually, our heating company receives a call when you notice something is not quite right with your heating system. This is great! Give us a call and describe the symptoms to us. We'll schedule a certified heating technician to come to your home right away.

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When to Call for Residential Heating Repair

You can call us for residential heating repair anytime you have a question about what your furnace or heat pump is doing. We'll do our best to offer some quick guidance on the matter to save you a service call. However, if you have tried to DIY your furnace and heat pump repair and are stumped, you can always call us, the best heating repair company in Phoenix. We'll be glad to help!


Common Residential Heating Repairs We See

  • Clogged air filters
  • Lack of regular heating maintenance
  • Non-functional thermostat
  • Faulty pilot light
  • No heat or inconsistent heat
  • Loud heating system
  • Heat pump stuck in air conditioner mode

Our Residential Heating Maintenance Services

Furnace and heat pump maintenance services are designed to keep your heating system up and running and working smoothly when you need it. Also called a heating tune-up, the main purpose of a residential heating maintenance service is to catch any minor repairs before they become major. A heating maintenance service also prolongs the life of your heating system by ensuring it is operating efficiently, which also saves you money, too.


When to Call for Residential Heating Maintenance

Our local HVAC technicians recommend that you have residential heating maintenance performed on your Phoenix home's heating system at least once a year. It's a good idea to have this done before the winter hits so that you can ensure nothing goes wrong when you turn on your furnace or heat pump for the first time. However, if you want optimal indoor air quality, you may want to consider having residential heating maintenance done more frequently.


The Anatomy of a Residential Heating Maintenance Service

A residential heating maintenance service in Phoenix involves the close inspection of your furnace or heat pump in order to ensure all of the component parts are operating as they should. It involves adjusting, fine tuning, lubricating, cleaning, and testing your heating system. Some of the specific tasks you can expect with a residential heating maintenance service include the changing of the air filters, the inspection of the vent system and air intakes, and the checking of the burner and motor, too.


TemperaturePro Phoenix only employs highly trained technicians who can handle your residential heating and maintenance needs. We offer 24-hour emergency services and reasonable prices. The last thing we want is for you to be left in the cold on a winter's night. We offer on-time service with the mission to exceed your expectations. Call the best heating repair company in Phoenix for a free estimate today!


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