Heating

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Airco Service understands comfort is important to you and your family. If your furnace goes out, our team is here to give you the assurance that you are getting quality work. Airco Service aims to make your needs a priority, so you have less downtime when you have no heat. We service all makes and models including Lennox, Carrier, Trane.

Whether your heating system is outdated or your repair expense is too costly, Airco will always provide solutions to fit your needs. We will help you examine/review all options available to help you choose the right product for your home, business, or commercial space. When you hire Airco Service to install your furnace, you can have peace of mind knowing you will get quality products and services.

Call Airco Service today to speak to a comfort specialist!

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Furnace Maintenance

Furnace Maintenance and Repair for the Tulsa Metro

As tough as our summers can be, Oklahoma winters can be even harder on your heating and air conditioning system. Proper maintenance is the key to making sure your furnace operates at its maximum efficiency throughout the winter. And, if your furnace goes out, our expert team is here to make sure you don’t get left in the cold.

We offer 24/7 emergency furnace repair on all makes and models, including:

  • Lennox
  • Carrier
  • Trane

So no matter what time of day or night you have a problem, we’re ready to inspect your heating and air conditioning unit, explain your options, and find a solution that works for you.

And because all of our service technicians are fully licensed and insured, you can feel warm and fuzzy knowing you’re getting the highest quality work and the best customer service Tulsa’s heating and air conditioning repair companies have to offer.

Contact us today for a free heating and air conditioning repair estimate.

Furnace Maintenance in Tulsa

You rely on your furnace an average of 1,200 hours per year, and Oklahoma’s unpredictable weather can push your heating and air conditioning equipment to the max. That’s why most manufacturers, and our experts here at Airco Service, recommend at least seasonal maintenance on your HVAC system to keep it working safely and efficiently through Tulsa’s coldest months.

Here is a basic maintenance checklist you should perform once per month:

  • Change filters
  • Clean dust from air returns
  • Vacuum dust and debris from around inside unit
  • Remove dirt and debris from around outside unit

Keeping up with these basic tasks is important to extend the life of your HVAC equipment, but today’s furnaces have parts that require professional attention. At Airco Service, we offer our customers bi-annual maintenance plans to have one of our friendly technicians clean and service your HVAC equipment to get your furnace in peak shape for the season.

Find out more about our heating and air conditioning service plans.

Furnace Repair and Replacement

For most people in the Tulsa Metro, the only time they think about their furnace is when it stops working during the first freeze. But there are a few early warning signs that can tell you if your furnace needs to be repaired or replaced:

1. You have higher than normal utility bills.

Even though the Oklahoma weather tends to be all over the place, your energy bills shouldn’t  be. If you’ve noticed an increase in the amount you’re sending your gas or electric utility since last year, your HVAC may be responsible.

2. You hear noises coming from the furnace.

Properly functioning heating and air conditioning equipment should operate quietly. If your furnace or blower is making moaning, banging or any other unusually loud noises, it’s time to call one of our expert technicians.

3. You experience hot or cold spots in your house.

If you shiver every time you walk into your bedroom or sweat every time you’re in the den, you may have leaky heating and air conditioning ducts. Our technicians can inspect your ductwork to make sure they’re properly sealed and functioning correctly.

4. You notice your pilot light is yellow.

If you have a propane or natural gas furnace, your pilot light—the small, always-burning flame that ignites the burner when your heat kicks on—should burn blue. If you notice a flickering, yellow or orange flame, call a service professional right away.

5. Your air quality is poor.

Have you had worse allergies or experienced the sniffles more than usual this winter? If so, you may be experiencing the effects of poor air quality stemming from problems with your HVAC unit.

6. Your furnace is more than 10 years old.

If your furnace is more than 10 years old or has required frequent repairs, it may be time to consider a new unit. Newer, more energy efficient furnaces will heat your home more quickly and evenly than older units can, and they can save you up to 30% on your energy bills.

What type of heater is the best for Tulsa?

Nobody wants to hear that they’re facing a full replacement when it comes to their heating and air conditioning units. The good news is, when the time comes to replace your aging equipment, you have options, and our licensed technicians are here to answer your questions and find the right heating, venting and air conditioning (HVAC) system for your family.

Heat Pump

A heat pump works exactly like your air conditioner, but in the opposite direction. Where an air conditioner takes warmth from the air inside and moves it outside during the summer months, a heat pump takes heat from the outside air and moves it inside during the winter. Heat pumps are most effective during moderate temperatures, and a supplemental heating source may be needed for months when the mercury stays lower on the thermometer.

Electric

Electric resistance heaters work the same as the space heater you have under the desk at your office. Electricity flows through a series coiled wires, which shed excess energy in the form of heat. Air is forced over the coils, carrying heat to the rest of your home. Electric heaters tend to be expensive to operate, and are most often used as supplemental heat sources for heat pump systems.

Geothermal

Geothermal heat pump systems (ground source heat pump systems) work similarly to the heat pump systems described above, but use the constant temperature of the ground to keep your home comfortable while reducing your energy consumption by up to 80%. Technicians install a series of fluid-filled pipes 50-400 feet deep in the ground, which are then connected to a heat pump. For more information about the process, check out our geothermal heat pump page.

Natural Gas

Because Oklahoma enjoys an abundance of supply, natural gas furnaces are common in Tulsa homes. Both the state and local utilities offer some rebates for installing natural gas furnaces.