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My Heater Is Blowing Cold Air

Winters in Houston may feel mild when compared to more Northern cities, but that doesn’t mean those months don’t have a chill. When the outside temperatures drop, the last thing homeowners want is to turn on their heaters and feel cold air. Cold air coming from your heating system isn’t a unique problem – but it’s something no one should have to experience.

That’s why Mission Air Conditioning & Plumbing is here to help! We offer heating and cooling services for residents in Houston and surrounding areas. For dependable services that keep your home comfortable all year long, you need the Mission AC team.

The Heater Repair Experts At Mission

When your heater stops working correctly, we’re here for you with efficient, reliable heater repairs. Our team participates in continuous professional development to provide you with the industry’s best practices. Don’t wait for a complete system breakdown – stay aware of signs of heater damage and call our team right away.

We’ll work safely and quickly to restore your heater to good working order so you and your household can stay cozy throughout the winter season. We understand how important consistent heating is during the colder months, and we stand by our work. Take advantage of our top-quality services by scheduling your repair today!

Common Causes Of Heater Blowing Cold Air

Your home’s heater is a complicated system, combining a heat exchanger, blower motor, air ducts and more to deliver warm air throughout your space. With so many moving parts, cold air from your heater can be caused by a number of things. Here’s a list of common issues that could be causing your heater to blow cold air:

  • Dirty or clogged air filter
  • Damaged pilot light
  • Malfunctioning flame sensor
  • Insufficient gas supply
  • Clogged condensate lines
  • Kinked, leaking or damaged ductwork
  • Unreliable thermostat

Clearly, there are many reasons why your furnace could be malfunctioning. If your heater is blowing cold air, don’t delay. Reach out to the team at Mission AC to schedule an inspection and repair.

When A Repair Isn’t Enough

With trusted tune-ups and repairs from Mission, our team can help extend the lifespan of your heater. However, no home appliance has an infinite lifespan. In fact, most heaters today are designed to last – depending on the model and energy source – anywhere from about 10 to 20 years.

As your heater works to warm your home year in and year out, it succumbs to wear and tear. Components sustain damage and soon you may find yourself investing in frequent repairs. Our team can inspect your system and help you decide if a heater replacement is not a more suitable service for you and your household.

Trusted Heater Repair Services In Houston

Here at Mission AC, we believe in working with transparency to give our customers top-quality heating, cooling and plumbing services. In fact, as a family-owned and operated company, we strive to serve our customers with the types of service we’d want for our own family. Schedule your heater repairs, maintenance and replacement with us and see why we’re Houston’s home heroes.

Our team is certified, background checked and trained in technical skills and customer service. That means any time our technicians visit your home, you can rest assured your space will be treated with respect and left in good condition. In fact, we’re so confident you’ll be satisfied with our service, that we guarantee it!

Choose Mission Air Conditioning & Plumbing

Set your home and family up for a cozy and comfortable winter season with help from Mission Air Conditioning & Plumbing. If your Houston home is experiencing heater problems, let our team inspect your heater and provide you with fast, efficient repairs. Don’t wait for chilly temperatures to settle in – reach out to our team today!

Mission Air Conditioning, Plumbing and Electric is rated 4.8 based on 2030 reviews online

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