Elk Grove Emergency HVAC Services
Providing Emergency Heating & Air Conditioning Services in Plymouth, Amador, & Surrounding Areas
If your HVAC system is broken, you can't wait for a repair. At Speedi Air, we understand that there is no time to waste. That's why we're available seven days a week to help you with your emergency HVAC repair. No job is too big or too small for our highly trained technicians. We can help you with even the smallest HVAC emergency.
What Constitutes an HVAC Emergency?
Not sure if your HVAC emergency is an emergency? Here are a few situations that would qualify:
- The temperature in your home is extremely low or high
- There is no heat or air coming from your vents
- Your HVAC system is leaking, smoking, or sparking
- Your HVAC system is making loud, unusual noises
- Your HVAC system is not properly humidifying or dehumidifying
If you notice any of these issues, call our Elk Grove HVAC emergency repair team immediately. We can help you get the problem fixed as quickly as possible to avoid any further damage to your home.
Our technicians are licensed, insured, and highly trained. We use the latest equipment and technology to get the job done right the first time. Call us at (916) 932-9632 at the first sign of trouble.
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"he was timely in his response and was able to come out the following day."- Nicole Close
What to Do When You Need an HVAC Emergency Repair
If you are experiencing an emergency, it is important that you take action as soon as possible to avoid further damage to your home or to your HVAC system. If you are unsure what the problem is, call Speedi Air for a professional diagnosis.
Once you have determined that you do indeed have an HVAC emergency, you can take the following steps to get your problem fixed:
- Make sure all the power and gas sources to your HVAC system are turned off.
- Try to prevent further damage to your HVAC system by shutting off any fans or vents that are attached to the broken system.