At One Hour Air Conditioning & Heating of Dallas, TX, we understand that the thermostat is the heart of your home or business’s HVAC system. You can call us to maintain or inspect your thermostat to make sure it’s always working. This vital piece of equipment is the main culprit in many service calls we received. That’s why we start with the thermostat to diagnose HVAC issues quickly.
We equip our contractors with the expertise and knowledge needed to diagnose problems with your air conditioner, furnace, heat pump, and thermostat. Here are some signs that you may have a problem with the thermostat itself:
Our technicians can move the programmable thermostat to a better place and clean out the components to prevent future malfunctions. Quickly wiping down the inside of the thermostat can remove dust and debris that accumulates inside of it. We also recommend restarting the programmable thermostat to reset the system. If that doesn’t work, give us a call to get to the bottom of the problem.
If needed, we can replace your thermostat with one that has all the features currently available on the market. Call us first when you need thermostat maintenance, repair, or installation services in Dallas, TX.
We carry a wide variety of thermostats for commercial and residential use. Our HVAC technicians can install many different styles to meet the needs of your heating and cooling system. The different types of thermostats we install include the following:
If cost is the primary concern, you may want to go with a non-programmable thermostat. A programmable thermostat automatically adjusts the temperature, making it more energy-efficient than a non-programmable one.
As the name suggests, a smart thermostat has built-in functions that supersede both programmable and non-programmable thermostats. Smart-thermostats learn your preferences and can save money by automatically dialing down the temperature during the warmer parts of the day. They are also the most expensive type of thermostat.
If you still aren’t sure what type of thermostat you would like to go with, we could help you perform a cost-benefit analysis to find the one that meets your needs and budget. It’s important to note that the upfront cost of a programmable or smart thermostat may pay for itself over time. If you have to adjust the temperature on your own, you may forget to turn it down before going to work. This can cause your utility cost to go up and wastes energy.
Take advantage of our 24-hour service available to residence in the Dallas, TX, and surrounding areas. If your thermostat doesn’t work or the display screen dies, we can install a new one or clean and fix your current thermostat.
Contact One Hour Air Conditioning & Heating for Comprehensive heating and cooling services for your home and business. We have you covered from annual maintenance to new installations when it comes to residential and commercial HVAC services in Dallas, TX.