Emergency Services in Mount Washington, OH

Are you a homeowner experiencing a furnace breakdown in the dead of winter, or are you having issues with your A/C or heat pump? If so, you’ve come to the right place. Mount Washington Heating & Cooling offers around-the-clock emergency HVAC repairs, maintenance, and installation at the lowest prices in the business. We provide our customers with a fast response time and even quicker service after hours, 365 days a year, including weekends and holidays. Unlike other local HVAC companies, we always have live individuals answering our phones to get you the comfort you deserve.

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Did you know that the most common HVAC cause of emergency is a water leak emitting from either your A/C unit or furnace? It makes sense that this is the #1 cause of emergency services because any leaks from your HVAC system are dangerous, especially in the winter. But, more importantly, because access to heat is essential here in the great state of Ohio. Nevertheless, other HVAC issues constitute as an emergency. To help homeowners know when to call for emergency services, our HVAC experts have named some below:

Other emergency services include:

  • Heating and/or cooling issues that can’t be fixed by cutting off the power directly to your unit.
  • Problems that pose an immediate danger or risk to you, your home, or your loved ones. 
  • Heating, ventilation, or air conditioning issues that seem minor at first; however, if left untreated, can cause significant damage to your residential HVAC system.
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We Repair All HVAC Equipment in Hamilton County

At Mount Washington Heating & Cooling, we offer services on all brands of equipment. No matter the age, make, model, or style. If it has anything to do with your residential heating, ventilation, and air conditioning, we are your one-stop shop for maintenance, repairs, and even installation. Even though we are recognized as an Authorized Amana Dealer, we also service and maintain all name brands. Including but not limited to brands like Goodman, American Standard, Carrier, Bryant Comfortmaker, LG, Trane, Lennox, and many more!

Not to mention, we also service all types of equipment, including split systems, heat pumps, single/multi-stage systems, a zoned system or ductless systems, as well as gas, oil, and electric furnaces.

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Common HVAC Emergencies

1. Blocked Condensate Line

Believe it or not, almost 90% of the HVAC service calls we get on a daily basis are due to air conditioner leaks. Even though leaks typically start small, they can cause serious issues, such as water damage, if they are not promptly resolved. More often than not, the culprit of an A/C leak is a blocked condensate line. Keep in mind that the condensate line is responsible for gathering excess moisture from your A/C system and disposing of it outside where it can’t damage the system. Unfortunately, the condensate line can get blocked by several things, like dirt, rust, or even algae. In turn, this excess water cannot properly leave the system, leading to a blocked condensate line. The best way to stay on top of this is to frequently check the pipe to ensure it stays clean and free of debris.

2. Frozen Coils in the Summer

This one may seem like a given, but for those who don’t know if you find your A/C coils frozen, especially in the summer, DO NOT USE IT and call a professional straight away. Freezing typically happens when your A/C refrigerant is low, do not try to recharge your refrigerant on your own. Our HVAC technicians and installers are trained and certified to tackle this issue. If you want to check something on your own, you can check to ensure your intake filter is clean. However, if your filter is not the culprit, call Mount Washington Heating & Cooling instantly. You don’t want to risk damaging your machine further, resulting in costly repairs or even a complete replacement.

3. My Outdoor Unit Isn’t Running

If you notice that your outdoor unit isn’t running, the first thing you will want to do is locate your breaker box, and make sure it hasn’t blown a fuse. If no fuse has been blown, you can also check your thermostat to ensure that it is set to the correct temperature and setting. If none of these things seem to be the issue, then the problem could be in your HVAC unit itself. At this point, this is when you would want to call a professional, like Mount Washington Heating & Cooling, to come and inspect your system further. As stated before, this should only be done by a trained and licensed professional.

These are only some of the most common service calls we receive at Mount Washington Heating & Cooling; there are several others. If you are not sure if an issue constitutes an emergency, give us a call, and one of our customer service representatives would be more than happy to assist. Remember that regular preventative maintenance and inspections will help your system run more efficiently. On top of that, when performing a routine maintenance call, our experts can also find minor problems before they become an issue that will lead to expensive repairs. Moreover, self-diagnosing or DIY maintenance on your HVAC unit is not recommended. These are expensive machines that take hours of training and certifications to understand the interworkings of an HVAC system. The best thing to do is to call a professional, like Mount Washington Heating & Cooling. We can send someone out to properly take care of the problem quickly at an affordable price.