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

SOS XTREME Comfort® provides the best heating and cooling repair services in Middletown. 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 Middletown since 1934. Give us a call today to get your heating or cooling system serviced or installed.

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In addition to servicing Middletown 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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Q: What does HVAC stand for?
A: You may have heard this term before. It is generally used in the field to refer to your heating and cooling system. It literally stands for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning.
Q: What kind of maintenance do I want to do on my cooling and heating unit?
A: As a homeowner , maintaining your system is definitely not rocket science. There are a number of factors that you will want to keep in mind. The main point to bear in mind is suitable circulation. This suggests that you have to examine your air filters often and replace them out when they are dirty. It also implies that you need to make sure that your air vents aren’t blocked out by objects such as home furniture. In fact, don’t even shut air vents to areas that are less regularly used. You are making your system run harder than need be, using more power to do so, and throwing away money. Lastly, be sure to plan an annual tune-up on your AC system. This really should be done in the spring. Schedule an annual tune-up on your heating system in the fall.
Q: How do I figure out when to change out my air filter?
A: There is no accurate solution to this question. This is because one home will certainly call for a different amount of filter changes than another. A house that has pets or is located in a dusty environment will require more filter changes. Regardless, it is suggested to take a look at them once a month. Mark the calendar as a reminder. Life can get very busy and remembering something like inspecting your HVAC filter can slip through the cracks. When you inspect it, thoroughly examine it. Make sure that it does not look dirty. Never let more than 90 days in between air filter changes. Additionally, when it does seem dirty, make sure to swap it out even if you just changed it a couple of weeks ago. The key to an efficiently working HVAC system is proper filtration.
Q: I have an idea of the real dangers of carbon monoxide gas. Is this something I need to be worried about?
A: Carbon monoxide is a problem that you should definitely be concerned about. It is well-advised to install a CO detector in your home considering that you will not be able to determine whether there is a leak in your house otherwise. Proper care and maintenance of your HVAC equipment should prevent CO leaks.
Q: How does my HVAC system force air all throughout my home?
A: An HVAC system uses a fan to pull air in. The air that is pulled in is then driven to your air handler. Once it has heated or cooled down the air, then it drives it back through your ductwork and out of your vents. Vents or registers are generally positioned on your walls, ceilings, or floor surfaces.
Q: Should I cover my exterior unit throughout the winter season?
A: Your outdoor unit should not be covered during the winter season. Even when a blizzard is predicted, your system can handle it. These cooling and heating systems are produced to stand up to even the chilliest of weather. Covering it can produce some unplanned complications. If anyone were to accidentally start up the air conditioner, it can damage the condenser and its components.
Q: I will need to invest in a new heating/cooling system. How do I pick the best one for me?
A: The number one element that you ought to think about is size. The system should be the proper size for your home. Many house owners make the error of purchasing systems that are too large, thinking that the system will warm up or cool their home more speedily. Other homeowners buy units that are too small, believing that their units will use less electrical power and as a result, save money. This is a big no-no. Your unit has to match the size of your home so that it can properly heat or cool it. A Middletown, New York cooling and heating professional, like SOS XTREME Comfort®, has the skills to match your unit. Also, be sure to go over operating charges of your system with your contractor. You want a system that, essentially, pays you back. Make sure to get a system that, on a monthly basis, offsets the cost of the unit with the help of your utility bill.
Q: I know that I should have my furnace tested in the fall and my air conditioner checked in the spring. Why can’t I have both tested together?
A: Your system really should be looked at to make sure that it is functioning effectively. It also makes sure that it is operating properly and safely. It is best to check each system before you need them the most. The autumn and the early spring will enable an HVAC specialist to entirely operate your system and will give your licensed contractor a more detailed analysis of how your system is working.
Q: Can I shut doorways and air vents to rooms that aren’t frequently used?
A: No. You should refrain from doing this simply because a system is exclusively designed to match the ductwork and the comfort requirements of your home. When you do shut doors and air vents, you overwork your system’s blower motor, causing it to work harder. This makes it less energy efficient since it will cycle more often.

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