Knoxville Heating Repair
Same-Day Heating Service in the Greater Knoxville Area
At Pipe Wrench Plumbing, Heating & Cooling, Inc. we offer full-service heating repair and HVAC servicing for homeowners and business owners in the greater Knoxville area. We pride ourselves on offering same-day heating repairs because we know that when disaster strikes, you need someone to fix the problem immediately.
Our same day guarantee means that someone is out to look at your heating system the same day, or the visit is FREE!
Heating System Brands We Repair
At our Knoxville heating repair company, we believe work should be done right the first time, and we work hard to make sure that’s the case.
A heating unit is a large investment, and heating repairs shouldn’t be trusted to just anyone. Choose a company that’s got a long and trusted history in the greater Knoxville area. At Pipe Wrench Plumbing, Heating & Cooling, Inc., we’ve been around for over 20 years, helping homeowners diagnose and fix all types of issues with their central heating systems, furnaces, and boilers.
We service all major makes and models heating and HVAC units, including:
- American Standard
What Was That Smell When I Turned The Heat On?
We're all familiar with how weird the heater can smell when it's turned on for the first time in several months. But what smells are normal and what smells are cause for concern? Here are some reasons your heater might smell odd and what you should do about it.
- Heater smells like rotten eggs.
If your heating unit smells like rotten eggs, this indicates that you may have a natural gas leak. If you detect this odor, leave your home as quickly as possible and call your local gas company for immediate service. Typically, natural gas is known to be odorless — but gas companies add the chemical Mercaptan (harmless) to help homeowners detect a leak. Natural gas is poisonous, so be sure to take action right away.
- Heater smells like gas.
When you fill up your vehicle’s gas tank, typically there’s
a potent smell that lingers per gallon. In your home, the gas happens
to be of a different blend and scent — but it still comes with that
evident gas smell. If that’s the case, then it’s possible
that your unit might have a pipe leak.
Unlike that rotten egg smell, you won’t have to run out of your home to take precaution — but it’s crucial to call Pipe Wrench right away to help repair the problem and keep you out of harm’s way. If this smell is avoided for a few hours, then it can turn into a dangerous situation that could have initially been avoided.
- Heater smells like it's burning.
When your unit happens to smell as if it’s burning, then that’s
a clear sign that it needs to be shut off, immediately. The reason behind
this “electrical nightmare” is that your unit is probably
overheating itself when trying to heat your home.
Just like the first two smells mentioned, this is also quite dangerous since it could have the potential to start a fire — which will cause a series of irreversible damage. Of course, there is a possibility that an old air filter is creating the electric-based odor, but if you doubt that’s the case, then reach out to our team for assistance as soon as possible.
Reliable Heating Repairs From a Team You Can Trust
Customers love us because we offer high-quality service the same day you call. In fact, we even guarantee it, or the visit is FREE! We also employ highly qualified and trained technicians who are vetted and have extensive background checks. Our techs are all licensed and insured and will make sure to leave your home in better condition than it was when they arrived.
All Work Backed By Warranty
We take customer service seriously, and to prove it, we offer a 2-year warranty on parts and labor and a lifetime warranty on workmanship and installation. Find more information on our Guarantee Program here.
Don’t trust just anyone with your heating repairs; call the trusted experts at Pipe Wrench Plumbing, Heating & Cooling, Inc. and find out why so many other homeowners only call us for their home and commercial heating repairs in Knoxville.