We take pride in providing emergency HVAC services. When your heater or AC stops working, it feels like an emergency. If your home isn’t comfortable, then you may feel like it needs to be fixed that same day. Our technicians understand how you feel and we feel the same way about our own homes and business.
When you call and speak to a heating and air professional at C&L Services, let us know the situation. If it is an emergency, we will arrange to come out and see what needs to be fixed. Our company prides itself on charging low and competitive prices.
We treat our customers like family because we are family. Our company is family-owned and operated. We have been in business for twenty years because we take customer service personally. Give us a call today at (864) 375-6599 to schedule a free consultation.
Table of Contents
- 1 What Constitutes Emergency HVAC Services?
- 2 Contact the Heating & Air Professionals at C&L Services Today
What Constitutes Emergency HVAC Services?
If you’ve ever had your heater or air conditioner break down, you know what it feels like to have a heating and cooling emergency. Or, do you? It really depends on the situation. There are a few considerations when it comes to what qualifies as a heating and cooling emergency.
Ask yourselves the following questions:
What time of year is it?
If it’s the dead of winter, it can be quite cold. The same is true for the middle of summer. The weather at these times of years can be quite extreme. If you have a family member suffering from the temperature in your home, call and talk to one of our techs.
How extreme are the temperatures?
If it’s extremely cold or hot, you may have a heating or cooling emergency. When the temperatures approach 0 or 100, it may qualify as a cooling or heating emergency.
Who lives in your home?
If you have young children or elderly people in your home, it may qualify as emergency HVAC services. Babies and older people react worst to extreme temperatures than most people.
How long has the problem been going on?
If the problem just started, it will be several hours before the temperature in your house changes all that much. You can probably survive a day or two before you really feel the impact of having no AC or heat.
Do you have anywhere you can stay temporarily that is a safe temperature?
If you have somewhere else to go (such as a rental property or family’s house) it may be something to keep in mind. It could take a day or two to fix the issue. You want to make sure you keep your family safe in the meantime.
Contact the Heating & Air Professionals at C&L Services Today
If you’re experiencing a heating or air conditioning emergency, contact our heating & air professionals at C&L Services today. Our experts are available 7 days a week and can handle any emergency. Our HVAC technicians are trained in the latest technologies. They can diagnose your problems and have them fixed in no time.
Our emergency services include HVAC repairs, HVAC replacement, HVAC maintenance, furnace repairs, and more. We service Upstate South Carolina and the surrounding areas. We’re familiar with all energy-efficient units and can give you an honest appraisal of your current heating and cooling system.
We know how important home comfort is to your family. It’s our job to make sure your heating and cooling systems are working properly and efficiently. Call today and one of our technicians can come by and give you a free estimate. We’re available 7 days a week for emergency services.
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