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Emergency Gas Furnace, Heater and AC Repair Service in Pine Island, NY

SOS XTREME Comfort® provides the best heating and cooling repair services in Pine Island. 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 Pine Island 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 Pine Island 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: HVAC is an acronym that stands for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning.
Q: What type of routine maintenance do I need to do on my heating and cooling system?
A: The most ideal technique to keep your unit working properly is by being sure that it has proper air circulation. When you have unclean air filters, obstructed registers or air vents, or debris around your exterior unit, then you are not correctly taking care of your unit. Make sure that, as a property owner, that you are very mindful of this and keep your system clean. Be sure to plan a tune-up in the preseason. One should be arranged in the early spring for your AC and another must be arranged in the fall for your heater.
Q: Why do I have to change my air filter?
A: You can’t possibly use an HVAC system without changing the air filter out when it gets filthy. The main reason for this is since your system necessitates sufficient air flow in order to operate. A dirty air filter will stop your system from working properly. The filter acts sort of like a lung and it removes pollutants from your air. It keeps your house free from dust, allergens, and even germs. Moreover, a filthy air filter puts strain on your system which causes it to work harder. This turns into higher home heating and cooling costs. There are various types of filters available. Be sure to figure out the regularity at which your filter needs to be replaced. It should be printed on the packaging label of your filter. We recommend that you check your filters on a once per month basis. Despite what the label says, you will require to change your filter as often as needed. If you see that it is dirty, then be sure to switch it out for a new one. Factors such as household pets or dusty climates can make a big difference on how frequently it needs to be changed. A knowledgeable Pine Island HVAC service company will be able to help you on what type of filter works best for your kind of system.
Q: How do I identify when to change out my air filter?
A: The requirement to change your filter changes from one house to another. Some properties are dustier or have furry animals which will demand a filter change more often. It is suggested to check it on a monthly basis. Some homes will want to change their filter once a month. Some houses will need to change it every 90 days. This holds true if the residence is using a premium quality filter and certain variables that make a filter dirtier more frequently are not present. Regardless, check it once a calendar month and if it looks dirty, then make sure to change it out.
Q: I have heard of the risks of CO. Is this something I need to be concerned about?
A: Carbon monoxide gas is one thing that you should certainly be concerned about. It is highly recommended to get a carbon monoxide sensor in your house given that you will not be able to sense if there is a leak in your home otherwise. Proper attention and upkeep of your HVAC unit can prevent CO leaks.
Q: How does my HVAC system push air all throughout my home?
A: An HVAC system uses a fan to pull air in. The air that is pulled in is then pushed to your air handler. Once it has warmed or cooled the air, then it pushes it back through your ducts and through your vents. Vents or registers are generally positioned on your walls, ceilings, or floor surfaces.
Q: What should I turn my thermostat to: on or auto?
A: You can set your thermostat to the auto setting. This allows the fan to run only when it is required. Most people select this setting because it is the most energy efficient. The on setting can be used when you would like to have air constantly filtered throughout your home. The air is distributed and it can supply a more even temperature through your property. However, it does use more energy to do this. Modern furnaces have fan motors that have this feature.
Q: I just purchased a new cooling and heating system. Should I have a programmable thermostat put in too?
A: Property owners are becoming more aware of the electricity use in their houses. A simple apparatus, such as a programmable thermostat, is assisting homeowners become more familiar with their house heating and air conditioning costs. It permits people to change the temperature of their property based on their necessities and schedules. This saves them a considerable amount of money due to the fact that they don’t have to always remember to turn the thermostat up or down just before getting out of the home or just before going to bed. In the craziness of life, some people neglect to do this. As an example, you can program your thermostat to warm your house before you get out of bed in the morning as opposed to waiting for you to get out of bed to do it. You can also do this just before you get home from your job. It is considerably a convenient, money-saving device.
Q: I understand that I have to have my furnace checked out in the fall and my cooling system examined in the spring. Why can’t I have both looked at together?
A: The whole point of having your system checked out is to make sure that it is working suitably. This implies it is capable of keeping your home comfortable while being energy efficient. By checking your system both in the fall and in the springtime, a Pine Island HVAC specialist will be able to assess them right before they are going to be used the most. It will provide more of an accurate analysis of how your system is functioning during that time of season.
Q: Will a new Pine Island HVAC system reduce my electricity bills?
A: A modern unit, especially when compared to older systems, are dramatically more energy efficient. It can save as much as 50% on operating costs. Newer units have a 13 SEER which is the minimum efficiency requirement by law.
Q: I like to landscape my lawn in the early spring. Can I plant near my outdoor unit?
A: You can grow plants close to your unit but we advise that you leave 18 inches all around your unit unobstructed from any plants. This permits ideal air airflow which your system needs to have for it to perform well. Alternatively, your system could get too hot which can lead to an unnecessary service call.
Q: Can I shut doors and vents to areas that aren’t ordinarily used?
A: Do not shut areas or air vents. Despite the fact that it might feel like common sense, it is a waste of your resources. Your unit is matched to the duct system on your property. When you close off the air flow, it builds a lot of pressure and ramps up your blower, the heart of your HVAC system. This causes it to be less efficient and increases your home electric expenses.

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