Heater Repair

Texas can experience freezing temperatures during the winter. In fact, in 2021 Texas and other southern states endured record cold temperatures that tested the reliability and readiness of millions of home heating units across the state. While it may be awhile before we experience record low temperatures like that again, you may still face the need for a home heating repair.

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A broken heater can occur at inconvenient times. That’s why we offer 24/7 emergency service without charging extra for emergency callouts. Our technicians are certified by the State of Texas and are licensed to work on all types of heaters.

Types of Furnaces We Repair

When you determine that your home or business requires heater repair, you may be curious about what type of unit you have and if we can repair it. At Ahlers Heating and Air, we work on all types of heating systems typically found in the south.


Heat Pumps

Hybrid Systems

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Heater Safety Is Important

A malfunctioning heating system can pose serious safety risks to your home or business. Apart from losing heat, a damaged heater could potentially leak carbon monoxide or start a fire, putting you and your loved ones in danger. To ensure the safety of your property, it's important to have your heating system regularly maintained and promptly repaired by certified professionals. At Ahlers Heating and Air, we provide expert heating services to keep you and your family safe and comfortable.

5 Signs Your Heating System Needs Repair


Abnormal Smells

When you turn on your furnace after a year, you may notice a normal odor that will dissipate within a few hours as the unit runs. However, if you detect sudden or persistent odors, as well as the smell of heating fuels, it could be a sign of a furnace problem that needs to be repaired.


Difficulty Starting the Unit

If you are having trouble starting your heater, this could likely be due to damaged wiring or even a bad thermostat. If it takes you multiple tries to get your heater started, or if it requires a restart after it is running, it is time to call a professional to repair your unit.


Tripped Carbon Monoxide Detector

We’ve already mentioned a few times, but carbon monoxide poisoning can be deadly. If you have a carbon monoxide detector that is alerting, you should have a professional HVAC company diagnose the issue as soon as possible.


Cycling On and Off Frequently

It is normal for your heater to cycle off once the desired home temperature is reached, however if it is switching between on and off so frequently that a full heating cycle is not achieved, this could be a sign that your heater needs repair.


Moisture Buildup

Home heating systems will typically dry the air in your house as a byproduct of producing heat. If you notice moisture collecting in certain areas of your house such as walls or windows, this could be a sign of inadequate ventilation that needs addressing.


Cold Spots

Similar to moisture building up in certain areas of your house, if you notice some rooms are colder than others, this can be a sign of poor ventilation. It can also be caused by your heater not pushing enough warm air to reach every room, or by not being able to create enough heat in general.
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Does Your Heater Need Repair?

Whether your heating system is struggling to perform as it did when new, or it is not working at all, the expert techs at Ahlers Heating and Air are here to make sure your heater is ready for whatever winter brings your way.