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Quality, Friendly Service in Central & Eastern PA

When your HVAC breaks down on a day with extreme temperatures, you need fast and reliable service. Call Haller Enterprises for comprehensive emergency HVAC services in Central and Eastern Pennsylvania.

We’ll get to the root of your issue and provide the necessary solutions to restore your heating or cooling. We offer service for all brands from our licensed and certified technicians and provide upfront pricing and financing options.

Five Signs That You Need Emergency HVAC Services

Call for emergency HVAC service if you’re experiencing any of the following issues, especially on days with extreme temperatures:

  • No power to the system 
  • Leaks
  • Loud noises like clanking, screaming, humming, or buzzing
  • Burning or musty smells
  • Electrical issues

If you’re experiencing these issues, call Haller Enterprises now to request emergency HVAC services.

Five Common Causes of HVAC Issues 

There are a few reasons why you might end up with an HVAC issue that requires immediate repair or replacement. The most common causes include:

  • Clogs in condensate lines: A blocked condensate line can cause water to pool around your system, leading to serious water damage or mold growth.
  • Clogged filters: If your filters are full of dust and debris, your HVAC will not receive enough airflow, which can cause the system to break down or overheat.
  • Power outages: Outages during storms can cause power surges when the power returns, which can cause issues with your system’s electrical components.
  • Mechanical failures: Parts like belts, compressors, or motors can fail, leading to a breakdown that requires either repair or replacement. 
  • Electrical failure: From loose wiring to blown fuses, electrical issues with your HVAC system can damage the unit and even cause fires.

Our Emergency HVAC Services

At Haller Enterprises, we understand that not all HVAC services can wait for business hours. That’s why we offer comprehensive emergency HVAC services for your heating and cooling systems, including:

  • Emergency HVAC maintenance: If an emergency is looming, our team can often prevent the issue with emergency heating or cooling maintenance to solve the problem quickly and reduce the risk of a breakdown.
  • Emergency HVAC repair: When your system requires immediate repair to keep your property and family safe, we’re here with fast and efficient service to give you repairs that last.
  • Emergency HVAC replacement: When your HVAC system fails during extreme weather, we’re here to provide fast and seamless emergency replacement services to restore your comfort efficiently.
  • Emergency HVAC installation: If your new home doesn’t have an HVAC system and extreme temperatures are on the way, call our team for emergency installation services to get you the heating or cooling system you need.

Why Choose Us?

Get the immediate attention you need with emergency HVAC services from Haller Enterprises. Our team of technicians is background-checked for your safety and provides outstanding service for any make or model of heating or cooling system.

We offer free estimates on replacement quotes and 24-hour service, so your comfort is never compromised.

Schedule emergency HVAC services by calling Haller Enterprises today.

FAQs

Can I DIY my HVAC repairs?

Any HVAC service should be left to the professionals. Not only can they provide precise diagnoses and efficient solutions, but they also have the tools and equipment necessary to provide safe service.

In the long run, you’ll save since DIY attempts often lead to recurring problems.

How can I help prevent HVAC emergencies?

Routine HVAC maintenance is the best way to keep your system in superior condition. By scheduling these tune-ups, you significantly reduce your risk of breakdowns and repairs. 

Are there ways to protect my HVAC from power surges?

Yes! You can protect your home’s electrical appliances by installing a whole-home surge protector. This will safeguard systems like your AC from the damage that can happen when your power starts back up after an outage.