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Any HVAC system needs regular maintenance to maintain its great performance, here at Omni Home Comfort in the Champaign Urbana area we offer a plethora of HVAC services.
Services offered for HVAC systems:
- Any regular maintenance regarding heating or cooling parts.
- Minor issues with your HVAC
- Significant issues within your HVAC that require more work and experience, our certified technicians are more than qualified to diagnose and fix the issue.
- Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) solutions
- Replacement of your furnace, air handler, mini-split, heat pump, or even the central furnace in your garage or shed!
Problems within your HVAC systems can present themselves many different ways and forms and that’s exactly why it takes special equipment and our certified technicians are more than qualified to perform the work it takes to fix your HVAC system. To schedule an appointment call or click today!
When you decide to book your services thru Omni Home Comfort we will thoroughly inspect and diagnose your specific system issues, and come up with your ideal personalized maintenance plan. Now after you schedule your appointment whether you call or schedule it thru the website you will receive a confirmation email or text. This will be to verify the information you provided us with is accurate and we also give you the details of which of our certified technicians will be there to provide your services.
Our Comfort Maintenance Plans
Frequently asked questions
- When a furnace starts to blow cold air, it’s easy to get concerned. Here are a few common things to check.
- If your thermostat fan set to “on” and not “Auto” this will cause the fan to run continuously.
- Check your air filter and see if it is dirty.
- Check to see if the pilot is lighting when your thermostat is calling for heat.
The most common reason furnaces start to leak water is due to a condensation leak. Some other reasons can be due to:
- A faulty secondary heat exchanger.
- A faulty furnace humidifier.
- A clogged internal drain.
If the furnace still isn’t cycling, there could be one of three problems happening:
- The fan limit switch is set to “manual override”.
- You have a faulty fan limit switch.
- Your thermostat isn’t wired properly.