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Residents of Southern Arizona never have to deal with frigid conditions, but it can still get pretty chilly during the winter. If your furnace breaks down suddenly, you need prompt, professional heating repair services. Many residents of Tucson and beyond turn to the certified HVAC technicians at Intelligent Design. We take pride in our outstanding customer service and the quality of our workmanship. You can call us any time, day or night, to request heating repair services.

What to Expect When You Request Emergency Heating Repair Services

Furnaces often break down at inconvenient times. Your family’s comfort is important to us, so we’re proud to offer 24/7 emergency heating repair services. If you’re calling after hours, you’ll speak with a friendly professional who will take down your information and a brief description of what’s going on with your heating system. That information will immediately be relayed to our on-call HVAC technician.

The on-call HVAC technician will call you back as soon as possible to answer your questions and let you know when he or she is on route to your residence. Once the technician arrives, he or she will evaluate the problem and give you an estimate for the repairs. Since our technicians travel in fully stocked trucks, nearly all repairs can be completed in just one visit.

Common Types of Heating Repair Services

Our certified technicians can work on all common types of heating systems, including furnaces and ductless mini-split heat pumps. On average, our service technicians have nearly 20 years of experience each, so we’ve encountered every type of problem imaginable. Some of the most common types of heating issues we encounter include:

  • Pilot light or electronic ignition control problems : If your furnace isn’t turning on at all, it could be the pilot light or ignition control.
  • Pilot light or electronic ignition control problems : If your furnace isn’t turning on at all, it could be the pilot light or ignition control.
  • Airflow problems : If your furnace isn’t heating your home adequately, the problem may be poor airflow from a clogged air filter.
  • Heat exchanger problems : The heat exchanger may sometimes develop cracks. This is a very dangerous problem because it allows carbon monoxide to leak into your home. You can reduce the risk by scheduling a heating maintenance visit at the start of each heating season—before you turn on the furnace for the first time.

If your carbon monoxide detector sounds the alarm, please evacuate the household of all people and pets immediately, and then give us a call for emergency heating repair services.

For 24/7 emergency heating repair services in Tucson, call Intelligent Design at (520) 462-1187. We’re the number one HVAC company in Southern Arizona. Be sure to ask the technician about becoming a Club member to instantly access savings on your repairs!