Heat Pump and Furnace Heating Repairs in Northern Alabama!
Throughout the year, your furnace and heating system have a large role to play – it not only keeps you warm, but it regulates the temperature and circulates air regularly. The experts at Freedom Heating and Cooling know that it’s important to make sure your heater is working properly at all times, to keep your air not only moving, but to make sure it’s clean and safe for you and your family. You don’t have to hesitate when you encounter:
Difficulty starting the unit
Thermostat failure or malfunction
Poor indoor air quality
Leaks or cracks in equipment
Failure or irregularity of pilot light
Unmatched our motto – “24/7 Service With One Call”
You don’t have to look further than Freedom to find the best in quality and expertise. With us, you can always count on:
The Freedom Labor Warranty
All of our labor services are warranted for 30 days. If you have a problem within 30 days of service, there will be no charge to come back out and diagnose the problem. We stand by our work and live up to our motto – 24/7 Service With One Call!
20% Off Replacement Parts
We want you to be comfortable and help you save money. That’s why we’re happy to offer a discount on replacement parts. For example, if the cost of a blower motor replacement is $400, we would knock $80 off that price.
20% Off Repair Parts
Our discount rates save you money with every service call. Freedom’s repair trucks are fully stocked so we are able to repair 99% of calls on the first visit.
10% Off New Unit Purchases
When it’s time for a new, energy-efficient HVAC system, we’ll give you 10% off the complete installation. When you consider the average unit today costs over $5,000 installed, the savings could be significant.
Typical furnace repair costs about $200 – $400. Major unit rebuilds cost upwards of $4,000.
There are a couple of things you can do yourself for your heat that are small and easy to check before calling a local repair company. If your furnace keeps shutting off, check to see if you need to change your air filter. If that’s good, turn the thermostat fan to “on”, and place your hand over a supply vent. No or low airflow means your blower has an issue. After this, call a technician, as working with gas gets dangerous very quickly.
Common problems involve igniters and flame sensors and safety temperature limit switches. Electrical problems as well as computer boards are slightly less frequent problems, and a few have major problems like CO leaks.
Freedom does not charge more for emergency, weekend or holiday service.