This time of year, we get flooded with calls about heating systems not functioning as they should. At Jay’s Heating and Cooling, we understand how important it is to keep your family warm and toasty in these cold, winter months. That’s why we offer comprehensive heating service, repair, and installation services. Whether you have a traditional heating system, a heat pump, or a gas furnace, if your heat is broken, call (919) 798-4455 today to schedule a heating repair service call. Our heating professionals will diagnose and repair the issue quickly. In rare cases, if absolutely necessary, we also offer comprehensive heating installation services. Our HVAC preventative maintenance services are a great way to ward off problems down the road. Not having any problems? Contact us anyway to schedule a preventative maintenance appointment. Our office representatives are standing by ready to get your home on our schedule. We look forward to working with you!
Spring HVAC Checklist
We’ve compiled an HVAC checklist to ensure your system is prepared for the warmer weather! Change your furnace filter every 30- 90 days (every 30 days if you have pets) Remove any plants, weeds, and debris from within 2 feet of your outdoor unit Clean and de-clutter your home to decrease the chance of dirt and dust buildup within your system. Include parts of your home that are not cleaned often like curtains and picture frames. Test your AC on a day that is at least 65° before the super hot days arrive. Caulk windows and doors around your home to keep humidity and heat out. Clean the air vents in every room to allow for better airflow. Remove the outdoor AC cover (if applicable). Consider upgrading your thermostat.
Is Your Furnace Blowing Out Cool Air?
Is your furnace blowing out cool air instead of hot air? There are a number of issues that can cause this. We compiled a list of steps to troubleshoot your furnace, but you can always call us to service, repair or even replace your furnace.
Expertise.com’s 2019 list of the Best HVAC Professionals in Raleigh
We are proud to announce that Jay’s Heating and Cooling has earned a place on Expertise.com’s 2019 list of the Best HVAC Professionals in Raleigh. Specifically, we received an award for the Best HVAC / Furnace Repair & AC Repair in Raleigh for 2019. According to Expertise, their goal of issuing the awards is to connect people with the best local experts. In order to determine their list, they scored HVAC professionals on more than 25 variables across five categories: Reputation, Credibility, Experience, Availability, and Professionalism. After analyzing the results, they created a hand-picked list of the best HVAC professionals in Raleigh, NC. We are honored to be on the list. Contact us for a service/maintenance appointment before you turn your heating system on this fall. We can prevent problems before they begin.
Have Your Heating System Checked Before it Gets Cold Outside
The temperatures are finally going to cool down this weekend. Don’t wait until it is cold outside to have your furnace, heat pump or heating system inspected. Contact the heating technicians at Jay’s Heating and Cooling to provide you with a comprehensive inspection and routine service and maintenance for your heating system before you turn it on. Allow us to take the guesswork out of the season change. If repairs are needed, we will provide you with options and help you determine which option is best for you. Whether you need routine maintenance, repairs or a new heating system installed, you can count on us to keep your home warm. Contact us now to schedule your next appointment!
The Phase-Out of R-22: What You Need to Know and How It May Affect You
The US Environmental Protection agency, having already phased out Class I ozone-depleting substances (ODS), is now phasing out Class II ODS including R-22, by January of 2020. This means that R-22, a refrigerant still used in existing air conditioners, can no longer be manufactured or imported into the US. The age of your system and cost of needed repairs have always been factors in determining when it is time for a new air conditioner installation. The phase-out of R-22 is increasing the number of people having to replace their system.