NEA Quality Heat and Air
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Heating and Furnace Repair

We offer HVAC service including system maintenance, repair, replacement, new construction services, installation, and sales

Furnaces, heat pumps, and other types of heating units (or HVAC units) are designed to keep your home comfortable. When problems arise, you need a heating repair company you can rely on. The warm air flowing through your home during the cold winter months is probably not something you spend much time thinking about. The components of your home cooling system are usually housed out of sight in the basement, a closet, or in mechanical rooms, making them easy to ignore until something goes wrong. As the heating season unfolds, it’s important to remember your home heating system and take steps to keep it in peak working condition. If you need furnace repair or maintenance, our technicians can help you out.

We repair heating equipment, including furnaces and heat pumps, from all the major brands.

Contact us to find out how we can help keep your home comfortable during cold winter months!

Tips for Keeping Warm

Change or clean your air filters. If you use disposable air filters, change them once a month. If you use electrostatic filters or an electronic air cleaner, follow the manufacturer’s cleaning instructions. 

Seal the leaks. Seal leaks in your ductwork, attic vents and around windows, doors and other openings to make sure the warm air stays inside your house. 

Check downstairs registers. Make sure all main level registers are fully open and not blocked by furniture, throw rugs or other objects. 

Keep it clean. Clear dust and dirt away from registers and vacuum return air grilles. A clean system works better, lasts longer and uses less electricity. Reduced airflow wears your  home heating system out.

Schedule a check-up. Regular preventative maintenance is the best way to ensure trouble-free operation and peak performance all winter long. A professional check-up from NEA Quality Heat and Air will address tasks you should not handle, such as checking for gas leaks, evaluating the temperature rise, checking and cleaning internal system components, measuring airflow, checking electrical connections and more. 

A well-maintained home heating system will operate more efficiently, consume less energy and last longer. Call NEA Quality Heat and Air at (870) 239-1897 to schedule a check-up.