Heating Repair in Savannah, GA & Beaufort, SC

Proudly Serving The Coastal Empire & The Lowcountry

Fall and winter weather can get chilly, and you need your heating system to stay warm. At Canady’s Heating • Air • Plumbing, we’ve provided over 35 years of HVAC service expertise and great customer care.

Our highly trained and licensed technicians can handle heating system problems whether you have a gas furnace, heat pump, or mini-split.

Call Canady’s at (912) 597-2458 to schedule heating repair in Savannah, Beaufort, or surrounding areas.

Emergency Heating Repair

When your heating system breaks down, it’s important to get emergency HVAC service to get it back up and running.

Waiting too long to repair your heating system can cause more problems and worsen existing ones, which can even lead to premature heating replacement.

Some signs you need emergency heating repair include:

  • No heat
  • Fuel leaks
  • Limited airflow
  • Smoke from the unit
  • Strange smells or noises
  • Frequently tripped breakers

If your heating system is having trouble, don’t delay service. Call (912) 597-2458 to request emergency heating service in Savannah, Beaufort, and surrounding areas.

Signs You Need Heating Repair

Not every heating issue is an emergency, but you always deserve fast service. Canady’s is always ready to help.

Keep an eye out for these signs that you need heating repair:

  • Your home isn’t getting warm enough.
  • Your energy bills are rising without a change in usage.
  • Your thermostat isn’t working right.
  • Your system turns on an off frequently.

Routine heating maintenance is the best way to avoid these issues. Tune-ups are an opportunity to catch potential issues before they affect your system’s function.

Canady’s is your local heating repair company. Schedule service online or call (912) 597-2458 now.

Common Causes of Heating Problems

Many heating units have similar problems that arise over time. Canady’s is familiar with the common heating issues of each system, so we can quickly identify the best solution.

We do our best to help homeowners make educated decisions about their HVAC services, and knowing frequent problems makes it easier.

  • Gas furnaces: Common problems with gas furnaces include damaged blower motors, pilot light problems, and carbon monoxide buildup.
  • Heat pumps: Heat pumps tend to have low refrigerant, broken starter capacitors, or tripped float switches.
  • Ductless mini-splits: Common mini-split problems include frozen coils, clogged condensate lines, and refrigerant leaks.

If your heating system has repeat issues and is between 15 to 20 years old, it could be time for a heating replacement. Not all issues can be repaired, and a new system could be a better investment.

Canady’s can determine if heating repair or replacement is best for your home. Call (912) 597-2458 to request service for your system.

Contact Canady’s for Expert Heating Repair in Savannah & Beaufort

Our NATE-certified technicians are ready to repair your heating system. We always provide upfront pricing and discounts for military personnel, veterans, and seniors in our community to make heating repairs less stressful.

Request heating services by calling Canady’s at (912) 597-2458 now.

Frequently Asked Questions

How can I troubleshoot my heating system?
  • Ensure the thermostat is set to heat with the fan on auto
  • Change the air filter
  • Ensure supply and return vents aren’t blocked
  • Reset the circuit breaker for electric-powered systems
  • Relight the pilot light for gas-powered systems

If these solutions don’t resolve the issue, you’ll need to call an HVAC technician to diagnose your system.

Why is my heating system making a weird sound?

Aside from the sound of blowing air, you might have a problem if you can hear your heating system. Some common sounds you might hear include:

  • Popping or banging: This could indicate dirty burners or excessive gas inside the chambers.
  • Squealing noises: This sound can be caused by belts or lack of lubricant in the shaft bearing.
  • Clicking noises: Clicking is usually associated with the ignition or heat exchanger and could indicate an electrical problem, worn motor bearings, or broken pilot light.
What is my heating system giving off a weird smell?

Your heating system shouldn’t have an odor. If it does, it’s time for repairs. Some common heating smells include:

  • Burning odors: This could be dust burning off after turning it on for the first time. If it lasts longer than a day, call a technician.
  • Rotten egg odors: This could indicate a natural gas leak in your home. Evacuate your home immediately and call your utility company and emergency HVAC technician.

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