Queensbury, Saratoga, Clifton Park HVAC Emergency Services Blog

Most of us take our heating and air conditioning systems for granted…until we have a problem. In a perfect Catch-22 sort of way, they never seem to break down in the middle of the day either. It’s always in the middle of the night or on a weekend. A system failure is an inconvenience at best for most of us. For others, it can be much more serious. Life threatening situations and costly property damage repairs are very genuine concerns for many people.

For our customers in Queensbury, Saratoga, Clifton Park and everywhere in between, emergency HVAC services are very important, and they are extremely important to us here at Northern Heating and Air. We know the importance of being there when you need us most, and we have the systems in place to handle your call whenever the need may arise. True 24/7, 365 day a year service is not just something we say, it’s how we do business. Your phone call will be answered by a live person no matter what time of day it may be, and a technician will be notified within moments of your call.

Sometimes, emergency calls can be avoided by checking some of the following items before calling for service:

  1. Check the thermostat display. If it is not visible, please check or replace the batteries in the thermostat.
  2. Check the thermostat to make sure it is in the proper mode of operation ( heat / cool ).
  3. Check to make sure the thermostat has not accidently been put into program mode.
  4. Check the circuit breaker, disconnect, fuse box, or service switches to ensure the system is getting power. Occasionally, resetting power to the system is all it takes to get you back up and running.

Northern Heating and Air is proud to offer true 24-hour emergency service, so someone is always on call to help, no matter what time of day – or night – you may need us. Call (518)745-0401.

Please do not attempt to self-diagnose or repair your heating and cooling equipment beyond your own comfort or skill level. Today’s systems are very intricate and require the services of a trained technician to safely troubleshoot and repair. Serious personal injury, property damage, or even death can occur as a result.