Heating And Air Services
The Darville Company services all makes and models of heating and air equipment, and ensuring the comfortability of your home is one of our specialties. Our technicians will be able to provide assistance in the event that you want to replace your old HVAC system. Not only that, our team of experts will analyze your home and make recommendations to upgrade your existing systems. If it is determined that a replacement is not necessary, then we will repair your current HVAC system.
Additional HVAC services we provide include:
Clean and Test
- Replace standard filter or wash air cleaner
- Inspect & adjust all belts & pulleys
- Inspect heat exchanger, flue assemblies, burners & draft diverters in season as necessary
- Electronically test for poisonous, deadly carbon monoxide gas in heating season
- Check operation of electric heat strips & fuse links
- Test and check operating temperatures
- Clean pilot assembly & test flame
- Test for gas leaks at furnace connections
- Ensure your unit is in good working condition
Peak Performance Agreement
- Clean, level & calibrate thermostat
- Remove & wash blower as necessary
- Chemically clean condenser coil in season as necessary
- Check crankcase heater operation
- Lubricate & inspect all moving parts
- Check condensate drain
- Tape any leaking joints around the plenum coil
- Activate & test cooling or heating system
- Test all motors, starting capacitors, run capacitors & potential relays
- Test for gas leaks at furnace connections in season
- Furnish Inspection Report
- No extra charge for After Hour Emergency services
- Contracts for Semi-Annual, Quarterly and Monthly services are available
- One technician dedicated to all the Peak Performance Customers
No heat, no cool, no problem!
Our technicians are trained to diagnose and repair all makes and models. We will tell you up front what the cost to repair and/or replace your unit will be before any work is done.
No matter what the issue is with your HVAC system, The Darville Company is here to help. Give us a call today at (432) 580-9675.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why isn’t my A/C blowing cold air?
There are a large number of issues that could be keeping your air conditioner from blowing cool air. These range from low refrigerant levels to thermostat issues, a dirty filter or compressor, or even power issues. We recommend calling The Darville Company so our licensed HVAC experts can address the issue and have you cooling as quickly as possible!
Why does my air conditioner keep turning on and off?
If your A/C seems to turn on and off more frequently than it should, you’re likely wasting hundreds of dollars a year on your energy bill. If your unit has always cycled quickly, there’s a chance it could be too large for your home. If it’s a recent issue, it could be as simple a problem as a dirty filter. If a dirty filter isn’t the problem, your unit could be leaking refrigerant.
Is it better to adjust my thermostat frequently or to leave it on a constant temperature all day?
Your thermostat should serve you and ensure that your home is always at the temperature you’d like it to be. If you’ve discovered an ideal temperature that you’d like to maintain in your home 24 hours a day, there’s no reason to adjust your thermostat from away from that number. If you’ve got a programmable thermostat, you can optimize your system for efficiency and allow it to make power-saving adjustments throughout the day.
How can I optimize the efficiency of my HVAC system?
The #1 thing you can personally do to help your HVAC system live a long and healthy life is be sure that you’re changing or cleaning your air filters on a regular basis. We also recommend signing up for our Peak Performance Plan. We have semi-annual, quarterly, and monthly service plans to ensure that your cooling and heating systems are in tip-top shape!
Do ceiling fans actually cool a room?
Studies have shown that the use of ceiling fans can allow you to raise your thermostat by as many as 4 degrees while maintaining the same comfort level. Using your fans alongside your HVAC system during the summer is an excellent energy (and cost) saving strategy!
Why does my heater smell like it’s burning?
You likely haven’t used your heater during the spring and summer months, so dust has had a long time to accumulate on your heat exchanger and in your air ducts. When you fire your furnace up for the first time in the cooler seasons, that dust burns and is the likeliest reason for the burning smell. If it doesn’t go away within a few hours though, there could be an actual problem. If the smell persists, turn off your system and call The Darville Company for a professional inspection.