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Emergency Gas Furnace, Heater and AC Repair Service in West Milford, NJ

SOS XTREME Comfort® provides the best heating and cooling repair services in West Milford. 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 West Milford 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 West Milford we also service the following nearby towns:
Bloomingdale, Haskell, Hewitt, Oak Ridge, Pompton Lakes, Ringwood, Wanaque, West Milford
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FAQs

Q: What does HVAC imply?
A: HVAC is an acronym that means heating, ventilation, and air conditioning.
Q: What type of preventative maintenance do I need to do on my heating and cooling unit?
A: As a property owner , maintaining your system is definitely not brain surgery. There are a number of details that you should remember. The key feature to keep in mind is proper airflow. This signifies that you will need to take a look at 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 out by things such as furnishings. Actually, don’t even shut air vents to rooms that are less frequently used. You are making your system run more than need be, using more power to do so, and wasting money. Finally, be sure to set up an annual tune-up on your air conditioning system. This should really be performed in the early spring. Plan an annual tune-up on your heater in the autumn.
Q: How do I identify when to replace my air filter?
A: The necessity to change your filter changes from one household to another. Some home or apartments are dustier or have furry household pets which will entail a filter change more often. It is recommended to inspect it on a monthly basis. Some homes need to change their filter every month. Some houses will need to change it every 90 days. This is the case if the home is using a superior 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 filthy, then make sure to switch it out.
Q: I have knowledge of the hazards of carbon monoxide gas. Is this something I might be worried about?
A: Carbon monoxide is something that you should absolutely be concerned about. It is recommended to use a CO sensor at home since you will not be able to identify whether there is a leak in your home otherwise. Proper attention and upkeep of your HVAC unit can prevent CO leaks.
Q: What are the causes of indoor air pollution?
A: Indoor air pollution is a concern that should be addressed by all house owners. This is especially the case for house owners who have a newly built house. These homes are built so tightly that they do not aerate as well as older homes do. A tightly built home allows for the most energy efficiency. That being said, it indicates that house owners should really have a whole house ventilation system to prevent being exposed. Contributors to indoor air pollution are:

  • Carpet
  • Furniture
  • Drapes or draperies
  • Upholstery
  • Chemical cleaning items

These products send out fumes and gases that build up. The accumulation of these gases and fumes is the leading source of indoor air pollution.
Q: What should I set my thermostat to: on or auto?
A: You ought to utilize the ‘auto setting’. This means that air will be dispersed throughout your house 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 constantly. Although this produces an even temperature within your home, it also takes a lot more power. It is recommended to use the ‘auto’ setting so that you don’t have very high home heating and air conditioning expenses.
Q: I will need to invest in a new heating/cooling system. How do I pick out the correct one for me?
A: When it concerns your HVAC unit, size does count. Some people assume that if they buy a big unit, then they will have more of a comfortable home or that it will do the job a lot faster. Others think that if they purchase a small unit, then they will be saving money on their electrical power statements. The reality is that you need a system that matches the ducting system in your home. This is the only way that a unit will successfully cool or heat your property. To find out what size you really are looking for, you will need to call a West Milford, New Jersey HVAC contractor. They will have the capacity to figure out what size your system needs to keep your house comfortable while using the least amount of electricity. They will also be capable to find out what the operating costs will be of a new system. You want to find a system that makes your investment cost-effective. Many current systems are so energy efficient that the financial benefits that you gain on your electrical bill will ultimately settle the cost of a new system.
Q: Will a brand-new West Milford HVAC system decrease my electricity bills?
A: New HVAC units are more energy efficient than their prior equivalents were. By regulation, they need to have a 13 SEER or Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio. This indicates that they are significantly energy efficient. There are also designs that have a greater SEER rating than 13. The greater the rating, the more efficient that it is. With a 13 SEER, you can save as high as 50% on operating charges.
Q: The temperature inside of my home is fine but my unit’s fan seems to be working all of the time. What should I do?
A: If your fan seems to be functioning all of the time, then it is possible that your thermostat is on the ‘on’ position. Even though this setting creates more of an even temperature throughout your home, it certainly will make your electrical power bills escalate.
Q: Can I shut doors and air vents to areas that aren’t continuously used?
A: No. You should not do this since a system is exclusively designed to match the ductwork and the comfort requirements of your house. When you do close it off, you overwork your system’s blower motor, causing it to work harder. This makes it less energy efficient since it will cycle more frequently.

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