Residential Heating in San Marcos, TX
Furnace Repair, Maintenance & Installation
Whether you have a gas, oil, or electric furnace in your home that needs to be repaired, you can count on SM Air for all of your heating repair and installation needs. We provide prompt heating and furnace repair, maintenance, and installation services to get your home’s heating system working right.
Our technicians are licensed and insured, and we provide clear and timely communications to you about your heating repair or installation services.
Contact our heating experts at SM Air today to learn more about your heating maintenance, repair, and installation options in San Marcos. We also provide 1-year labor warranties on furnace installations!
Residential Heating & Furnace Services in San Marcos
Nothing beats coming home to a cozy house your family can enjoy. At SM Air, our HVAC family has been able to provide residential heating services since 1986! From emergency furnace repair to inspecting strange boiler noises, you can count on us to provide dependable heating services. Can your house benefit from the following heating services?
- Whole-house filter systems
- Thermostat repairs and replacements
- Multi-zone heating systems
- Motor replacements
- Preventive maintenance
- Duct installations
- Gas and electric heating system installations
- Emergency HVAC services
At SM Air, we understand the value and necessity of emergency heating services, so you can leave the worry behind. By providing 24/7 emergency heating and HVAC services, we help our homeowners feel protected year-round.
Do you need heating services in San Marcos, Wimberley, Driftwood, Kyle, New Braunfels, or Buda, TX? SM Air can do it all! Contact us today to schedule heating services from our licensed HVAC technicians.
Furnace Repair, Installation & Replacement in TX
Life happens, and in Texas, it can be easy to forget about your furnace or heating system until you find yourself in a bitter situation! Rest assured, SM Air has had decades of experience to help you out in a jiffy. Whether you have a gas furnace or an electric furnace, we have a solution for you.
Ask us how our furnace repair services may help you tackle the following heating problems:
- Heating system won’t turn on
- Pilot light is out
- Heating system is making strange noises
- Furnace blower is constantly on
We offer $20 OFF new service calls for first-time customers!
When you call us for HVAC services, you’ll be treated with respect and courtesy, and you’ll receive clear and timely communications on the status of your project. There are never any shortcuts or surprises with us! Contact us for heating repair or furnace installation today.
Get in touch with us today to discuss your heating service requirements.
Schedule Furnace, Heat Pump, or Thermostat Services in TX
For all your heating installation, replacement, repair, and maintenance needs, trust our HVAC team at SM Air. Our team of experts is trained and licensed to properly service your furnace, heat pump, and thermostat.
We are proud to offer quality heating services for all of our Texas residents in the following locations: Buda, Canyon Lake, Driftwood, Geronimo, Gruene, Kyle, Lockhart, Manchaca, Martindale, Maxwell, Mountain City, New Braunfels, Niederwald, Reedville, San Marcos, Staples, Uhland, and Wimberley.
Don’t forget to give us a call at (512) 212-4777 to get in touch with our HVAC technicians today!
Heating Frequently Asked Questions
How often should I change my furnace filter?
Depending on the size of your furnace filter and the usage of your furnace, you should change the filters around every 1-3 months.
Why is my furnace making weird noises?
- If you hear scraping noises, something is likely loose and needs to be fixed immediately
- If you hear popping or banging noises, it could mean you have dirty furnace burners or the air ducts are expanding and contracting
- If you hear squealing noises, it generally means a part needs to be replaced or fixed
Why does my heating bill keep going up?
- You have older appliances in your house
- You’ve started using more new appliances
- You’re keeping appliances plugged in when not in use