Your day-to-day is getting busier and busier by the minute. You have a lot on your plate, so continue to juggle it if anything else comes at you—like an HVAC or plumbing issue. Leaky pipes and no hot water are inconveniences that can lead to major life disruptions. HVAC difficulties might make it difficult to maintain your house cool or heated at inconvenient times.
Fortunately, ARS/Rescue Rooter Dallas understands plumbing, air conditioning, and heating. We are a team of skilled Plano HVAC and plumbing professionals in Collin County that can fully satisfy our customers because we know what we're doing. Our objective is to provide exceptional service in order for us to form long-term relationships with our neighbors and ensure that they continue to recommend us and, in some situations, pass on our Plano HVAC business name to future generations.
We have the knowledge and experience to promptly and efficiently diagnose any plumbing or HVAC issue. Give us a call today for service!
Air Conditioning Repair in Plano
There are several reasons why your AC may not be blowing cool air despite operating at full power. A clogged condenser, a frozen evaporator coil, or an undersized AC unit are just a few of the possibilities. Our AC repair professionals are certified to determine the problem and get your air conditioner back up and running. When making decisions about maintenance or repairs, it might be useful to have a basic understanding of how your air conditioner works.
We do things the right way and will never cut corners to save a few dollars. You can count on ARS/Rescue Rooter technicians to be knowledgeable, professional, and quick to respond anywhere in the Plano area – no matter the cooling repair issue.
Our central air experts can assist with repairs for the following systems and much more:
- Air conditioners
- Hybrid systems
- Central air conditioning systems
- Heat pumps
- Ductless mini splits
- Air flow issues
Before you turn on your air conditioner for the first time, have it inspected once a year, ideally in the spring. Heat pumps, on the other hand, should be tuned up twice a year: once in the fall before heating season and again in the spring before warmer weather arrives. Give ARS/Rescue Rooter in Plano a phone call, or contact us online today to schedule service.
Plano, TX Heating Repair
ARS/Rescue Rooter is here to keep you and your Plano family safe, warm, and prepared for the winter season. If your heating system begins to fail or has a complete breakdown during the cold winter months, that's a major issue. Do not risk your family’s safety and comfort, contact ARS/Rescue Rooter today. We’ll get one of our certified HVAC technicians out to fix your furnace, heat pump, or other malfunctioning part in no time.
For years, ARS/Rescue Rooter has been providing heating services to the Plano area. Whether it's a new heating installation or maintenance, or just an issue with an existing heating system, we are the best HVAC company in Plano to contact. Give us a call right now to make sure that your home is kept heated throughout the winter season.
Plumbing Repair in Plano
ARS/Rescue Rooter is well-known throughout Texas for providing outstanding plumbing service at a fair price. Our expert plumbers in Plano are skilled in all sorts of plumbing repairs, so contact us right now or book an appointment online. Whatever your Plano plumbing needs, our team of experienced plumbers is ready with a hassle-free answer and upfront pricing with customer happiness as our top priorities.
We proudly offer the following services:
- Repiping: Once a year, we recommend keeping your plumbing in tip-top form. During a pipe repair visit from one of our skilled plumbers, we'll check your vent stack for deterioration and replace rotted, burst, or otherwise outlived galvanized steel and cast-iron stack pipes to enable your plumbing system to function properly.
- Mainline cleaning: When your sewage line gets clogged, you lose access to all of your plumbing systems. You also have a stinking issue in your house. We are capable of unblocking your sewer line so that water may flow again. We provide drain cleaning and hydro jetting services that may unclog your drains without digging into your yard.
- Gas lines: If you need a new gas line installed or a damaged line repaired, ARS/Rescue Rooter can help.
- Water heater repairs: We service traditional tank and tankless systems, offering quick repair, maintenance and system flushes, or new water heater installation.
- Kitchen and bathroom plumbing: You can rely on ARS/Rescue Rooter for anything from flawless new fixture installation to skilled garbage disposal services and toilet repair solutions.
- Trenchless sewer line repairs: Trenchless sewage repair allows homeowners to resolve sewer issues without having to dig a big hole in their yard.
Taking Care of Home Systems in Plano
Plano’s humid subtropical climate generates massive heat and humidity in summer, which puts a strain on your household and your home systems. With more than 75 days of high temperatures above 90 degrees Fahrenheit and an average high of nearly 95 F in August, you depend on your HVAC system to maintain a comfortable temperature and humidity inside your home. During the summer, you’re more likely to need plumbing or air conditioning repair service.
If you want the best result, you should start by booking an appointment with ARS/Rescue Rooter. For more information about which HVAC permits you need for your next project, consult the Plano Building Inspections Department at 1520 K Avenue.
Why do I need to maintain my HVAC system?
HVAC maintenance helps to keep your system in working order each year. Our technicians inspect the system, clean, and lubricate parts and look for signs of excessive wear or malfunction. You can get better output and efficiency as a result. Maintenance also provides an opportunity for our expert technicians to catch problems before they turn into an unexpected need for furnace repair service.
What happens if I don’t change dirty HVAC filters?
Dirty air filters can cause several problems for your HVAC system, including lower output and efficiency, higher energy costs, and increased breakdowns. If the parts of your system get dirty due to a lack of maintenance, you could end up with a frozen evaporator coil or a premature failure of the blower motor, requiring HVAC repair service.
Why won’t my heating system ignite?
To generate heat from a fuel-based furnace, your ignition system must operate correctly. Ignition problems relate to the condition of various components, including the igniter, thermocouple, pilot, burners, and sensors. If you don’t feel warm air coming from the vents while your furnace runs, you should contact us to request heating repair service.
What can a faulty thermostat do to my HVAC performance?
Since your thermostat acts as a user control for your HVAC system, a malfunctioning thermostat can cause significant problems with your HVAC output and performance. Faulty sensors may trigger the system to turn on at inappropriate temperatures, while dead batteries may render the system inoperable. If changing the batteries and resetting the system does not improve function, our technicians can help.
How does wear and tear affect my heating system?
Your heating system has a number of moving belts, bearings, and other parts. Over time, these components can wear out, decreasing furnace performance, efficiency, and output. When you schedule routine heating and cooling service, our technicians can inspect the condition of these parts and recommend replacement when necessary.
Why does my HVAC system have a blown fuse or tripped circuit breaker?
Even minor problems with your HVAC system can turn into a blown fuse or tripped circuit breaker. Typically, you’ll notice these issues after a period of high strain on your system. Low airflow and dirty air filters can create these problems over time, as well as faulty capacitors, low refrigerant, or bad wiring.
How do dirty coils cause problems for my HVAC efficiency?
Your evaporator coils cycle refrigerant to absorb heat and humidity in your home, and condenser coils release that heat outside. When these coils get dirty, the system works harder to complete the process. The system can even freeze as a result. If you suspect dirty coils, our technicians can inspect and clean them.
Why do my sinks, bathtubs, and toilets get clogged?
Clogs happen when anything besides water and human waste go down the drain. Food particles, hair, or other debris can block pipes, causing a clog. A partial clog could allow some water through, while a full blockage may not permit anything to pass. If the clog cannot dissolve, it may create problems for flushing the toilet or emptying the sink or bathtub.
How do I fix a clogged drain or toilet?
A plunger makes the best tool to remove a minor clog from your sink, bathtub, or toilet. Confirm that you use the correct plunger for the job. Cover the drain with the plunger and move the plunger up and down to force the clog out of place. Remove the blockage and test for normal function, or contact us for further assistance.
What should I do to avoid drain clogs?
To avoid drain clogs, clogged toilets, and other common plumbing problems, you should keep your drains clean and pay attention to the things you send down the pipes. Large food particles, grease, and certain sanitary products can stick in the pipes and block water flow. If you have regular problems with clogs, our plumbers can provide an effective solution.
When should I call ARS/Rescue Rooter for a clogged drain?
Removing clogs is a common part of homeownership, but you may need to call our plumbers for help on occasion. If you find that you have the same clog returning over and over, or you don’t have success removing the clog in the first place, you should book an appointment for our assistance.
What causes pipe and faucet leaks?
Plumbing leaks happen when the connections between components start to fail. Faucets leak because the washer maintaining a tight seal inside the faucet breaks or moves out of place. Pipes leak when they shift out of position or break, due to old age, root intrusion, or extreme weather conditions. These leaks can cause significant water damage if you do not address them promptly.