When it comes to HVAC repair in the Cincinnati area, you can count on Jansen Heating and Cooling. Our professional technicians will quickly diagnose the problem with your faulty heating or cooling system, explain the issue in a clear and comprehensive manner, and with your go-ahead, effect a prompt, effective repair. Your satisfaction will be 100 percent guaranteed.
Our NATE-certified technicians only repair what’s broken, and with our upfront pricing guarantee, you’ll pay the price you’re quoted regardless of what work ends up being done. This is just one example of Jansen offering the best warrantees, guarantees and assurances in the HVAC industry.
For professional HVAC service, Cincinnati offers a number of contractor options, but none with the reputation that Jansen Heating and Cooling boasts. The company has been providing quality service in the Greater Cincinnati area since 1953, and has taken great pains to keep up with advances in technology and training. Our experienced, certified technicians have seen it all, and can be relied upon to make a prompt, effective AC, heat pump or furnace repair if one is possible, and recommend a quality, energy-efficient upgrade if a heater or AC repair isn’t possible.
HVAC Maintenance in Cincinnati Equals Fewer Repairs
An ironclad rule of HVAC technology is that regular professional maintenance means fewer repairs. Jansen offers a Club Membership that provides homeowner members with heating and cooling maintenance procedures and frequency as recommended by the manufacturer. This usually means twice yearly maintenance, once before the cooling system and once before the heating season.
Without proper maintenance, heating and cooling systems not only will break down more frequently; they will consume more energy to keep your home comfortable, and some rooms may never reach the desired thermostat setting. Heating and cooling systems that seldom are maintained also tend to give up the ghost earlier in their service life than systems that get regular professional maintenance. Regular preventative maintenance also minimizes the prospects of safety issues, especially with combustion furnaces. (Homeowner maintenance is also essential, tasks such as regularly inspecting and replacing air filters and keeping vents and registers clear of impediment such as furniture and rugs.)
Some Common Issues Jansen Will Diagnose and Fix
- One common issue homeowners experience with their central air conditioner is the system blowing air that’s at room temperature rather than cooler. This may result from any of several malfunctions in the system, including something as simple as the thermostat not being set to “cool.” But it also could reflect a clogged air filter, dirty coils, a problem with the compressor, or perhaps a system that’s ready to be replaced.
- In an AC or heat pump, a compressor that overheats is also a relatively common issue. If your compressor is overheating, your equipment might still cool and heat the house but a potentially expensive breakdown may be imminent. Having to replace the compressor in a heat pump or air conditioner is about the most expensive repair you can imagine, and often results in the homeowner having to replace the entire system. An overheating compressor can be caused by any of several issues, including high head pressure caused by dirty heat-exchange coils, an external electrical issue, “superheating” caused by insufficient refrigerant in the system, and short cycling caused by a dirty air filter or a system with too much capacity for the size of your home.
- When your furnace won’t turn on, this could be caused by several factors, including a defective or interrupted power source. It might be something as simple as the furnace or thermostat being turned off, or perhaps the thermostat set to “cool” rather than “heat.” It also might be an issue with the pilot light (older furnaces) or electronic ignition system, or maybe a safety sensor or blocked air intake pipe. If the furnace problems start with banging or rattling in the blower motor compartment, it could signal a loose or defective part. Small percussive noises in the furnace could mean partially blocked burners, with gas accumulating at the opening then igniting all at once. A furnace that’s not working also might be the result of malfunctioning blower motor or air handler (in a heat pump). If the blower isn’t working, your central heating or cooling system can’t circulate conditioned air.
- If you notice temperature variances in rooms in your home, either as a long-standing problem or something new, one potential explanation is poor airflow in the central heating and cooling system. This could be a result of a dirty air filter, a malfunctioning blower motor, blocked or closed registers, or defective, deteriorating or poorly designed ductwork. One good tip-off to airflow issues is when the temperature variances are occurring on the same floor or wing of the home, where one would expect more consistent temperatures between rooms.
These are examples of problems with your HVAC system that the trained and certified technicians with Jansen Heating and Cooling will quickly diagnose and propose a plan for addressing and fixing. If the issues with your heating or cooling system become insurmountable, your technician likely will introduce the idea of a new HVAC installation. They’ll discuss your options, and if you decide to move forward with a system upgrade, will work with you to install the best possible HVAC system for your home.
HVAC Service in Cincinnati – Come to Us
Whether you’re looking for the installation of a heating or cooling system, regular maintenance, or a minor or major repair, Jansen Heating and Cooling offers the experience, reputation, staff excellence, competitive pricing, and guaranteed customer satisfaction to perform the work you demand.