Segovians Mechanical

Residential HVAC Services

Segovians Mechanical

Heating Services

Heating Repairs

During our cold Texas winters, you depend on your furnace to keep your home warm and welcoming. When your furnace fails to heat your home to your ideal temperature, you want it fixed as quickly and as cost-effectively as possible. The furnace experts at Segovians Company Air Conditioning & Heating , are all certified technicians who can provide the full spectrum of furnace services, including:

  • Diagnostics
  • Repair
  • Installation
  • Maintenance and service
  • Cleaning and optimization

In most cases we can identify the root problems behind your furnace malfunction the same day you call and provide solutions to get your home warm again. Every initial visit to your home includes a furnace evaluation. Through the furnace inspection we can identify the age of the unit, common problems and safety concerns, such as:

  • Thermostat programming and function
  • Carbon monoxide emission and gas leaks – even small trace amounts are unsafe. We want our clients 100% safe!
  • Unsafe heat exchangers
  • Efficiency range
  • Dirty safety switches and controls, burner compartments, blower motors and wheels.
  • Faulty ignition systems
  • Incoming voltage, loose wiring and connections
  • Filter condition

Furnace cleaning and repair is always an option; however, it may be more cost-effective and safer to install a new energy-efficient unit depending on the age and condition of the equipment. Reliability of your HVAC system is second only to your safety!

A testimony to our outstanding service is that more than 90% of our business comes from referrals from clients. Our attention to detail, high quality work and use of high quality equipment has earned us an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau and Five Stars on Yelp and Google.


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Troubleshooting Gas Furnaces

The following tools and instruments should be brought on a service call in order for a technician to be well prepared:

  • Digital manometer to measure duct static pressures and gas pressure.
  • Multimeter to measure flame sensor rectification signals.
  • Thermometer to measure air temperatures.
  • Snake for plumbing and drain cleaning.
  • Small inspection mirror.
  • Combustion analyzer.

Begin the inspection of a gas furnace with a check of the general condition of the furnace and surrounding area. Some application and installation factors that frequently cause problems include the lack of satisfactory combustion air, improperly sized vents, malfunctioning air filters, and electrical shorts due to a water leak in the evaporator coils or humidifier. Prior to beginning a lengthy troubleshooting process, check the obvious. Note any blown fuses or tripped breakers, loose wires or connections, burned components, or open safety switches. Check the manufacturer’s instructions, observe the sequence of operation, and confirm correct wiring. If the furnace’s ignition control module has an LED that indicates trouble codes, use the trouble codes to save time and guesswork.

Take precautions with your home’s insulation and places where heat can possibly leak out. The finest heating system ever manufactured won’t mean much if its heat keeps bleeding to the outside.

No matter what precautions you take, you can still run into unexpected heating troubles. If that happens, give the technicians at Segovians Company HVACR a call.

Heating Installation

Heating systems can be classified in a number of ways. Two common ways of classifying heating systems are by heat source and by heat distribution method.

Common heat sources include oil, gas, electricity, geothermal energy, and air. Methods of heat distribution include forced -air, hydronic, and radiant distribution.

In the city of Houston, we generally serve heating systems whose heat source is gas or electricity with Forced air or hydronic. .

A complete heating system combines one or more heat sources with one or more methods of heat distribution. Gas, oil, and electric heating systems can all transfer heat through forced -air, hydronic, or radiant distribution.

Although Houston, TX usually experiences mild winters, temperatures averaging in the low 50s and mid-40s through February can still feel extremely uncomfortable without a properly functioning heater working to keep your home warm.

Before winter arrives, we must take some recommendations so that during the winter period our heating system works efficiently. All this can be achieved with preventive maintenance before the entry of each season of the time, in this case, winter.

As you get ready for the thermometer to start dropping, take as many steps as you can to make sure you won’t encounter serious heating problems in your home.