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Emergency Gas Furnace, Heater and AC Repair Service in Cornwall, NY

SOS XTREME Comfort® provides the best heating and cooling repair services in Cornwall. Our technicians are trained in the very latest technology and can work on all brands of oil, propane, electric and gas heating systems and central air conditioning systems.

We service, repair and install:

  • Oil Heat Systems
  • Gas Furnaces, Boilers and Heating Systems
  • Propane Heating Systems
  • Electric Heat Pumps
  • Central Air Conditioning Systems
  • Ductless Heating and Cooling Systems

At SOS XTREME Comfort®, we specialize in creating comfortable environments in homes and businesses. We have been helping customers in and around Cornwall since 1934. Give us a call today to get your heating or cooling system serviced or installed.

Call For Fast Service:
(845) 351-4700

Local Reviews
for Cornwall, NY

SOS Xtreme Comfort Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars based on 4 customer reviews

Map of Cornwall, NY

Good ser ice very polite




Review of SOS Xtreme Comfort

Good job


Map of Cornwall, NY

Great service!!




Review of SOS Xtreme Comfort

Prompt, knowledgable service tech.


Map of Cornwall, NY

Furnace service




Review of SOS Xtreme Comfort

Excellent service, extensive review of furnace and it's history. Explained possible tank replacement and reviewed future service of our oil fired water heater. A very knowledgeable young man. Thanks! Greg


Map of Cornwall, NY

Great service




Review of SOS Xtreme Comfort

Andrew was professional, polite and knowledgeable.


Timothy M.

Timothy M.

Tune up on Utica boiler

Near Turkey Hill Rd, Cornwall, NY 12518
Andrew  T.

Andrew T.

Near Angola Rd, Cornwall, NY 12518
Patrick  L.

Patrick L.

Emergency call

Near Jr Ct, Cornwall, NY 12518
Andrew  T.

Andrew T.

Near Timberline Dr, Cornwall, NY 12518
Andrew  T.

Andrew T.

Annual tune up of boiler and direct fired hot water heater

Near Grand St, Cornwall, NY 12518
Joe C.

Joe C.

Heating tuneup

Near Jr Ct, Cornwall, NY 12518

 

In addition to servicing Cornwall we also service the following nearby towns:
Arden, Bellvale, Blooming Grove, Bullville, Campbell Hall, Central Valley, Chester, Circleville, Cornwall, Cornwall On Hudson, Cuddebackville, Florida, Fort Montgomery, Goshen, Greenwood Lake, Harriman, Highland Falls, Highland Mills, Howells, Huguenot, Johnson, Maybrook, Middletown, Monroe, Montgomery, Mountainville, New Hampton, New Milford, New Windsor, Newburgh, Otisville, Pine Bush, Pine Island, Port Jervis, Rock Tavern, Salisbury Mills, Slate Hill, Southfields, Sparrow Bush, Sterling Forest, Sugar Loaf, Thompson Ridge, Tuxedo Park, Unionville, Vails Gate, Walden, Warwick, Washingtonville, West Point, Westtown

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FAQs

Q: What does HVAC signify?
A: HVAC is an acronym that means heating, ventilation, and air conditioning.

Q: What kind of preventative maintenance do I need to do on my heating and cooling system?
A: As a house owner, maintaining your system is truly not rocket science. There are a couple of details that you will want to remember. The key feature to remember is suitable circulation. This suggests that you have to check your air filters regularly and change them out when they are dirty. It also implies that you need to make sure that your air vents aren’t blocked by items such as home furniture. As a matter of fact, don’t even close air vents to bedrooms that are less commonly used. You are making your system run more than need be, using more electricity to do so, and wasting money. Lastly, be sure to arrange an annual tune-up on your A/C system. This should really be done in the spring. Set up an annual tune-up on your heating system in the autumn season.

Q: How do I figure out when to switch out my air filter?
A: There is no particular solution to this question. This is for the reason that one home will definitely need a different amount of filter changes than another. A home that has household pets or is located in a dusty environment will need more filter changes. Nevertheless, it is advisable to look at them once a month. Mark the calendar as a reminder. Life can get very busy and just remembering something like checking your HVAC filter can slip through the cracks. When you examine it, thoroughly examine it. Be sure that it does not look dirty. Never let more than 90 days between air filter changes. In addition, when it does seem dirty, be sure to swap it out even if you just changed it a couple of weeks ago. The secret to an effectively working HVAC system is proper filtration.

Q: Should a loud noise coming out of my AC system and heating unit be something that worries me?
A: A loud cooling and heating system can be problematic to you and your next-door neighbors. Whether or not your unit seems to be performing decently, no one wants to know when your system is kicking on or off. This is usually the case when your unit is in close distance to a bedroom window. Also, sound pollution is a real problem and a noisy HVAC system definitely contributes to it. The main reason that your system is so loud is commonly because of the following:

  • Your unit is much older
  • The type of unit you have
  • Your compressor-insulted or not

Thankfully, new systems have sound ratings that you can review. Most present day units are manufactured to be quieter than their earlier counterparts. Sound ratings will direct you as to which model might work great for you. A quieter model will be more suitable if there is a bedroom nearby.

Q: What does IAQ mean?
A: IAQ is a term that house owners should know. It is a word that stands for Indoor Air Quality. In the news and media, outdoor air pollution is a popular theme. Having said that, indoor air pollution presents more of a threat to house owners than outdoor air pollution. Indoor air pollution is identified as the quantity of pollution that exists within a structure such as your home. Being exposed to these pollutants is more prevalent than you might realize. Newly constructed homes are built so that there is an inadequate amount airflow or exchange between outdoor and indoor air. This is fantastic for energy efficiency but it does present a challenge for air quality. A person can prevent this issue by having a system that is designed to improve air quality.

Q: How does my HVAC system push air around my home?
A: Your HVAC system generally functions by drawing air through your vents. This air, then goes to your system’s air handler. The conditioned air is then pushed back into your home through your air vents or registers. These vents are generally found on your walls. In some cases, they are located on your ceilings or floor surfaces.

Q: What should I set my thermostat to: on or auto?
A: You need to set your thermostat to the auto setting. This makes it possible for the fan to run only when it is required. Most homeowners prefer this setting because it is more energy efficient. The on setting is used when you want to have air continuously filtered all throughout your home. The air is spread and it can deliver a more even temperature all throughout your house. Nevertheless, it does use more power to do this. Modern furnaces have fan motors that have this capability.

Q: I have invested in a new furnace and air conditioning unit. How long should I presume it to last?
A: Ordinarily, a brand new furnace or air conditioner ought to last nearly 10-20 years when it is properly maintained. That being said, some property owners opt to remove and replace them far sooner than that because as a system gets older, it ends up being less efficient. Life spans of HVAC systems change. Correct installation and upkeep are the most important things that affect the life expectancy of an unit. By effectively caring for it, you will guarantee that your system runs more efficiently. Don’t forget to get a Cornwall HVAC company, like SOS XTREME Comfort®, to maintain your heating and air conditioning system.

Q: How can I make my unit work even more efficiently without needing to exchange it?
A: The greatest technique to try to keep your system running efficiently is by just caring for it. You should AC your cooling system serviced in the springtime right before you start to use it regularly in the summertime. Additionally, you need to have your heating unit serviced in the fall before the cold winter weather arrives. Research studies prove that property owners who do not maintain their system two times a year, have less efficient systems by practically 5% -10%. Additionally, as a property owner , you need to replace your filters as often as required. Be sure to use filters that have high efficiency ratings for you to keep your system clean. Your system will need to breathe so do not shut your register or air vents. Keep clutter away from your outdoor unit. You have to allow for proper circulation.

Q: I know that I should have my furnace tuned up in the autumn and my cooling system examined in the springtime. Why can’t I have both checked out at the exact same time?
A: Your equipment really should be checked to make sure that it is working without problems. It also makes sure that it is working properly and safely. It is ideal to test each system right before you need them the most. The fall and the early spring will allow an HVAC specialist to entirely run your system and will give your contractor a more precise reading of how your system is working.

Q: My furnace/air conditioner runs although it is outdated. Why should I replace it?
A: Although your heating and air conditioning system is getting the job done, when it is more than 12 years old, it stops working as adequately. Consequently, you are paying more on your monthly utility bill in order for it to try to keep your house comfortable. New systems can save as much as 50% on operating expenses so they pay themselves off in a very short time. It might not be a purchase that you anticipated but you will be glad that you did. An additional benefit of a new unit is that it will keep your home more comfortable.

Q: I like to landscape my property in the early spring. Can I plant near my exterior unit?
A: Landscaping your yard is relaxing and a great way to spruce up your outdoor areas. When it relates to your exterior system, you should be careful. It necessitates plenty of space to be able to breathe. This suggests that you have to provide 18 inches over and surrounding your unit for correct air circulation. This will permit it to perform as called for to ensure that your house will feel comfortable. If you take the chance of planting too close to it, then you may find yourself requiring an avoidable repair job.

Q: The temperature inside of my house is fine but my unit’s fan seems to be running all of the time. What should I do?
A: If your fan seems to be operating all of the time, then it is likely that your thermostat is on the ‘on’ setting. Although this setting generates more of a balanced temperature within your house, it certainly will make your energy bills increase.