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

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

Call For Fast Service:
(845) 351-4700

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Review of SOS Xtreme Comfort

Patrick was courteous, neat, and thorough.


Patrick  L.

Patrick L.

Heat atu

Near Penny Ln, Otisville, NY 10963
Patrick  L.

Patrick L.

Heat atu

Near Penny Ln, Otisville, NY 10963
Patrick  L.

Patrick L.

Annual tune up on oil fired boiler

Near County Rd 73, Otisville, NY 10963
Patrick  L.

Patrick L.

Annual tune up on oil fired boiler

Near County Rd 73, Otisville, NY 10963

 

In addition to servicing Otisville 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 stand for?
A: You may have heard this phrase 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 type of routine maintenance do I have to do on my heating and cooling system?
A: The secret to HVAC maintenance is proper airflow. This suggests that anything that constricts airflow should be immediately dealt with. Things like dust, debris, or dirt should be cleared away. Your air filters should normally be clean for proper circulation. A yearly tune-up on your A/C should be arranged in the spring and an annual tune-up on your heater should be planned in the fall.

Q: Should a loud noise coming out of my air conditioning unit and heating system be something that concerns me?
A: A loud heating and cooling system can be bothersome to you and your neighbors. Even if your system seems to be running well, no one wishes 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, noise pollution is a legitimate concern and a noisy HVAC system definitely contributes to it. The reason that your equipment is so loud is generally because of the following:

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

Fortunately, new systems have sound ratings that you can compare. Most present day units are constructed to be quieter than their earlier counterparts. Sound ratings will guide you as to which model might work ideally for you. A quieter model will be more suitable if there is a bedroom nearby.

Q: I have an idea of the risks of a carbon monoxide leak. Is this something I must be worried about?
A: Carbon monoxide gas is something that you should absolutely be concerned about. It is a good option to get a carbon monoxide detector in your house given that you will not be able to detect if there is a leak in your home otherwise. Proper care and upkeep of your HVAC equipment should prevent CO leaks.

Q: What are the reasons for indoor air pollution?
A: Contributors to indoor air pollution can range. Some might actually shock you. Some items in your house have components that emit fumes or gases. These include:

  • Carpet
  • Household furniture
  • Drapes or window curtains
  • Upholstery
  • Cleaning products

Since newer homes are built so tightly, they do not breathe as well as older residences do. While this may make for a remarkably energy efficient home, it also stimulates to indoor air pollution. The buildup of gases and fumes cause indoor air pollution. This can be eliminated by having an HVAC system that allows for proper airflow. With a whole house ventilation system, a homeowner can appreciate an incredibly energy efficient home without the problem of indoor air pollution.

Q: What should I turn my thermostat to: on or auto?
A: You should really choose the ‘auto setting’. This means that air will be circulated throughout your home on an ‘as need’ basis. It is the more energy efficient setting of the two. When you set your thermostat to the ‘on’ position, it runs all the time. Although this produces a balanced temperature all throughout your home, it also uses a lot more power. It is most ideal to use the ‘auto’ setting so that you don’t have higher home cooling and heating expenses.

Q: How can I make my system work a bit more efficiently without needing to replace it?
A: The most effective process to try to keep your system running properly is by just maintaining it. You will need to AC your A/C serviced in the spring before you start to use it frequently in the summertime. Also, you ought to have your heating system serviced in the fall season before the cold winter season shows up. Research studies verify that house owners who do not maintain their system twice a year, have less efficient systems by practically 5% -10%. Additionally, as a house owner, you should replace your filters as often as needed. Make sure to work with filters that have high efficiency ratings to keep your system clean. Your system has to breathe so do not block off your register or vents. Keep clutter away from your outdoor unit. You have to enable proper circulation.

Q: Will a new Otisville HVAC system decrease my energy bills?
A: An updated Otisville HVAC system will unquestionably save you money. It will reduce your home cooling and heating costs. A system’s efficiency is identified by its SEER rating. SEER is a term in the HVAC industry that means Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio. New models are mandated by regulation to have a minimum 13 SEER rating. With a SEER 13, operating expenses are decreased by as much as 50%. This suggests that, yes, your brand new system will definitely bring down your energy bills.