Emergency Services in Hamilton County

Did your furnace break down during the cold of night or are you experiencing problems with a heat pump or air conditioner that isn’t quite cutting the heat down?  Milford Heating & Cooling offers 24/7 emergency heating and air conditioning repairs with fast dispatching after hours and on weekends. There is always a live person answering our phone lines — 365 days a year including weekends and holidays.

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We Repair All HVAC Systems in Milford, OH and Surrounding Areas

Your local comfort experts here at Milford Heating & Cooling services all brands of equipment, all makes, models, ages and styles. If it has to do with Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning, we can service it, repair it and install it. Although we are an Authorized Amana Dealer, we service all the name brands including American Standard, Bryant, Carrier, Comfortmaker, LG, Lennox, Trane, Goodman and more.

We also service all types of equipment (whether it’s a split system, heat pump, gas furnace, oil furnace, electric furnace, single-stage, multi-stage, zoned system, ductless system, etc.)

3 Common HVAC Emergencies

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1. Frozen Outdoor Unit in Winter

It’s not unusual for there to be a little bit of frost during freezing winter conditions. However, it’s not normal for the whole outdoor unit to be covered with ice for a long period of time. Whether inside the unit in the casing or outside the unit, if ice is left for too long, it can damage the machine severely. When there’s ice building up, it normally means that your machine’s defrost cycle isn’t operating properly. 

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2. Clogged Condensate Line

Did you know that nearly 90 percent of HVAC service calls we receive are about A/C leaks? Leaks are usually small, or they start small. If not taken care of in time, however, they can cause major water damage. The most common cause of A/C leaks is a clogged condensate line. The condensate line is what gathers the excess moisture and runs it outside where it can’t damage the system. If the line gets clogged with dirt, algae, and rust, as it is known to do, this excess water is unable to leave the system properly.

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3. Frozen Coils During the Summer

Homeowners should not be using an HVAC unit when it’s frozen. It can cause serious damage to the equipment. Freezing usually happens when the refrigerant temperature is below freezing. It can make the air around the unit condense and freeze and if you’re not careful this can build up into larger blocks. There are a few reasons why the refrigerant temperature becomes too low. It happens when a homeowner runs their AC when it’s below 60 degrees outside. It can also happen if you run the AC too low.

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