Heating Repair Services

As licensed contractors and specialists in the field of heating and air-conditioning, we have the tools and experience to keep your heating equipment running smoothly all winter long. Along with the regular maintenance that we recommend for all of our Gladstone area customers, we also offer repair services to extend the life of your HVAC system.

Is your furnace or heating system having issues?

Ask yourself the following questions to find out:

  1. Is there a strong smell of gas? If so, call us immediately—you may have a leak in your furnace’s heat exchanger.
  2. Has your furnace, heat pump, or heating system started making strange noises?
  3. Have you noticed an increase in your utility bills?
  4. Is your furnace running but not providing enough heat?

If you answered yes to any of the above questions, schedule a repair service today.

Furnace Repair

If your furnace is indeed having issues, or is already broken, don’t hesitate to call Watts for our reliable furnace repair services–backed by our unending commitment to high-quality work. We’re dedicated to finding the best solution to get your system up and running again.

Watts Heating & Cooling recommends that all of our Gladstone, OR, customers keep up with regular maintenance on their heaters and furnaces, to extend the life of any residential or commercial HVAC system. However, we understand that damage and wear happen, and are always prepared to repair your system to its best possible working conditions or–when necessary–replace it with one of the many energy efficient models we have available.

Heat Pump Repair

A heat pump looks similar to an air conditioner, and acts just like one during the summer when you need to cool your home. However, when cooler weather hits northwestern Oregon, a heat pump reverses the cooling process and heats your home. This is done by extracting heat energy from the air outside and using that to warm the air inside.

Problems can occur in heat pumps that haven’t been routinely tuned up for optimal function. If you suspect your heat pump needs repair, or answered yes to our above questions, contact Watts’ heat pump experts to schedule a fast and reliable heat pump repair service.

Fan Coils Repair

The fan coil is the indoor component of a heat pump system. It includes the fan and the heating/cooling coil. The fan coil is designed for a particular refrigerant, so it must be matched with the heat pump or air conditioner. A fan coil unit can last up to 10 or 15 years with regular maintenance. If you’re having trouble keeping your home or individual rooms at the right temperature, it may be time for fan coil repair or replacement.

Packaged Units Repair

These self-contained systems are located outside of the home, mounted on the ground or roof, and ducted into the home. Just like other home heating systems, if you notice a change in the quality of heat or an increase in your monthly bill, your packaged unit may be in need of repair. Call Watts to request a quote today and allow us to service your packaged unit system.

Hybrid Heat Repair

Most people choose a hybrid heating system to heat their home because of its great efficiency and dependability. Routine hybrid heating system maintenance is necessary for reliable heat. However, even the most meticulous maintenance service cannot eliminate the need for repairs. Contact Watts Heating & Cooling when you suspect a need for hybrid heat system repair service around Gladstone. The sooner any necessary repair service is completed, the better.

Ductless Systems Repair

Duct-free air conditioning units deliver heating and cooling to individual spaces with extreme precision and unfailing efficiency. If your ductless system isn’t working properly, schedule an appointment with Watts. In many cases, a timely repair can protect your unit from serious damage and keep repair costs low. Here are some things to watch out for:

  1. Does your ductless system fail to respond when you try to turn it on or off or use the controls?
  2. Have your electric bills been higher than normal? The average lifespan of a ductless AC is 12-15 years. In a younger unit, high energy consumption could signal the need for repair, while in an older unit, it could indicate that it’s time for replacement.
  3. Is the air warmer than it should be? A lack of cool air can indicate a refrigerant leak.
  4. Are you noticing grinding noises? Ignoring these noises could result in the air handler motor overheating and burning out.
  5. Do you notice a reduction in air flow? This can cause the evaporator coils to freeze over. If ignored, the weight of the ice can warp the cooling coil and require a complete coil replacement.

Notice any of the above issues with your ductless system? Don’t hesitate to have our professional technicians diagnose and provide ductless system repair services.

Boilers Repair

If your home has hot water radiators in each room for heat, you have a boiler to heat the water. Damage or wear to the boiler can impact your home heating abilities and may require boiler repair or replacement. Contact Watts today to schedule a boiler assessment.

Water Heaters Repair

After heating and cooling, water heating is typically the largest energy user in the home. The average water heater lasts about 10 years. If your water heater is approaching that time, you may be due for a new one. Fortunately, any number of minor issues can be fixed with simple repairs, extending the life of your water heater. Watts Heating & Cooling professionals will assess your water heater and determine if water heater repair or replacement is needed.

Garage Heaters Repair

Garage heaters allow you to enjoy your garage year-round. When your garage heater isn’t working properly, you can’t utilize your garage with the same level of comfort–especially when the temperatures are frigid. Schedule an appointment with Watts to have our skilled professionals diagnose and provide garage heater repair service.

Standby Generator Repair

Standby Power Generators can help maintain your comfort and a relatively normal life during power outages by supplying an automatic backup power source to your home. If you have a standby power generator, maintaining and repairing when necessary can help keep the unit in good working order. After all, having a backup generator that doesn’t work defeats its purpose. If your generator is failing to turn on when needed, schedule an appointment for standby generator repair.