Perry Hall, MD Air Conditioning & Heating Services
SuperTech HVAC Services Is Proud to Provide Air Conditioning and Heating Services for the Perry Hall Community and the Surrounding Aberdeen and Abingdon Communities.
Perry Hall is a 7 square mile stretch of land in Maryland that has a population of approximately 30,000 people. If you’re looking for a suburban community, you’ll find it with Perry Hall. This section of Maryland sits less than 20 miles from Baltimore but offers a slower pace than the city. With families in mind, you’ll find a nice mix of parks, shopping, and family activities. As for history, the town itself dates back more than 200 years. The town was named after a plantation, Perry Hall Mansion.
The convenience of suburbia means you’re close to the city, without having to give up open spaces. So, if you’re looking for a bedroom community, you’ll find just that in Perry Hall. Are you in search of something to do this weekend? Why not check out Angel Park, Honeygo Regional Park, Soukup Arena, The Historical Perry Hall Mansion, or Libs Grill at Perry Hall.
One thing to keep in mind if you’re choosing Perry Hall as your home, the mid-Atlantic state sees four full seasons of weather. What that means is that when it comes to weather, you’ll see it all. Hot, muggy summers, comfortable spring weather, falls that are delightful, and blustery, cold winter days. What this means for your home is that you’ll want to keep your HVAC units in good working order.
Muggy, humid days and nights can cause moisture issues within your home if you’re not careful, so an efficient central air conditioning unit is a smart choice. We can help with servicing your unit, tune-ups, or even replacing it when it comes time. As for winters, you’ll want to seal cracks to avoid drafts, and be sure your furnace is in good shape. Any HVAC services you need, simply give us a call, whether it’s for your furnace, air conditioner, or heat pump.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
How come my furnace stopped working?
Furnaces can stop working for varied reasons, but here are three things you can quickly check for yourself. See if the filter is dirty and needs to be replaced. Check the thermostat settings, along with the battery. Also, double-check that the circuit breakers didn’t trip.
Are there things I can look at if my furnace is not working?
Step 1. Yes, first check the thermostat. Is the setting correct? Make sure it’s on and set to heat.
Step 2. You’ll also want to check the furnace’s switch. Is it set to the “on” position?
Step 3. Don’t forget about the furnace’s circuit breaker. Has it tripped?
Step 4. What about the furnace filter? A dirty filter might be the problem. Change it out if it’s dirty.
Step 5. Check the furnace panel near the front. Is it closed tightly?
Step 6. The gas valve could be an issue. Is it set at the “on” position?
Step 7. Lastly, you want to look at air ducts to make sure they aren’t blocked.
Step 8. If these steps didn’t help, it’s time to call a professional.
How many years does a furnace work for?
We can give you averages, but each instance is different. When we’re talking about a natural gas furnace, you’ll see about 15-20 years out of it if it is maintained on a regular basis. Now, when it comes to an oil furnace you might see 15-25 years with regular maintenance. A regularly maintained furnace has a much longer lifespan.
Should you repair or replace your furnace?
The age of your system needs to be part of the consideration. Consider the cost of repairs over time, along with how often you need repairs. Use the $5000 rule for an easy decision. Multiply the age by the cost of repair per year and if that is less than $5000, repair it. For example, if your furnace is 12 years old, and the repair will cost $500, multiply 12X500=6000. This is larger in cost, so we’d say it’s time to replace the unit. Hope this helps!
How much does furnace repair cost?
When it comes down to it, the cost to repair a furnace varies. It can range from $100 to $1200. The average repair cost is right around $300. In most cases, homeowners spend between $170 to $500. What you pay largely depends on a couple of different things. Are there parts needed? How much labor is involved? Do you have a warranty? And what type of furnace do you have?
Is there a set schedule to have your furnace serviced?
Yes, there is. We recommend you have your system serviced at least once a year. Consider doing this in the fall, before the cold weather settles in. Furnace manufacturers all recommend annual inspections and maintenance. Another thing worth mentioning is that most will require proof of prior maintenance, especially when it comes to warranty claims. A clean, well-maintained unit helps you in two ways, with utility costs and it prolongs the life of your furnace.
for Perry Hall, Aberdeen, Abingdon, MD
Great service; Very professional in
Benjamin - Perry Hall, MD
Source of water leak was unclear. Tech quickly identified the source and explained how the poorly designed drainage run from the AC condenser was the cause of the leak.
Excellent job done!
Pamela - Aberdeen, MD
I like the Super tech service. When you call they will try to show up as soon as possible. Job well done.
Good service the day after installation of new HVAC
Gaetano - Perry Hall, MD
The tech who came Friday after our call found the newly installed thermostat was faulty, resulting in poor air circulation. He replaced it with another new thermostat and everything is now working as it should.