Reisterstown, MD Air Conditioning & Heating Services
SuperTech HVAC Services Is Proud to Provide Air Conditioning and Heating Services for the Reisterstown Community and the Surrounding Finksburg, Keymar, New Windsor, Taneytown, Union Bridge and Westminster Communities.
Reistertown, Maryland has a lot of history behind it. In fact, this area was founded in the 1700s! The town itself was named after a man named John Reister. The residential community is home to many, but there’s more to do than simply live there. While it’s not a huge area being only 5 square miles, it does pack a punch with a large population of over 25,000 residents.
If you’re looking for something to do this weekend, consider stopping by Mitchell's Golf Complex. Have a dog? Be sure to check out the Hannah More BARC Park before grabbing a bite to eat at Reter's Crab House and Grill. Other things worth pointing out in Reistertown, Maryland are the Reisterstown Festival and the Maryland National Guard's Camp Fretterd.
Maryland is in the northeastern section of the US but is more so considered a mid-Atlantic state. It has a nice proximity to Washington D.C. and many employees work for the government, but then live in areas just outside of it, like Reistertown.
When it comes to weather, Maryland offers changing options. If you’re a person who loves getting four seasons, you’ll get it there. There’s a good chance you’ll see snow come winter, and hot, humid days in the summer. Some adore weather like that, but if you’re moving from an area like Albuquerque or Houston that doesn’t do winters quite like the mid-Atlantic, prepare yourself for the season. You might feel right at home during those muggy summer days, and as long as your AC is working, you’ll be comfortable. If not, be sure to reach out to us so we can help you get your central air conditioning unit into peak condition.
While winters can be cold and blustery, it all comes down to perspective. If you’re from Alabama, then it may seem snowy and frigid. Whereas if you’re from North Dakota, our winters might feel milder to you. Either way, for people familiar with the area, it’s considered cold for most. Make sure your furnace is in good working order, so you can be comfortable on those colder days.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
I think something is wrong with my furnace.
Did you check your air filter? Make sure it’s not dirty. What about the thermostat setting? Is it set to on? Is it set to the heat setting? Have you checked the battery in the thermostat? Does it need to be replaced? Another thing to look at is the circuit breaker. Has it been tripped?
Help! My furnace stopped working.
Step 1. Don’t panic. There are some things you can do. First, check the thermostat. Is it set to on? Is it set to the heat setting?
Step 2. Okay, next you’ll want to check your furnace switch. Be sure that it’s switched to the “on” position.
Step 3. Next, head to the circuit breaker box. Did the furnace switch trip?
Step 4. If you have a dirty air filter, it can cause problems. Go and check the furnace filter. Could it be clogged and dirty?
Step 5. Check the furnace’s front panel. Is it closed? Tightly?
Step 6. Check the gas valve. You need to be certain that it’s in the “on” position.
Step 7. Check the air ducts for any blocks.
Step 8. Is it still not fixed? Call a professional.
How long do furnaces actually work for?
Depending on the type of unit, and how well you maintain it, the average lifespan of a natural gas furnace is approximately 15-20 years. For oil, the lifespan of an oil furnace is 15-25 years with regular, routine maintenance. A quick reminder…a routinely maintained and serviced furnace has a much longer lifespan.
Should you repair or replace your furnace?
Good question, and one many people have. In this case, you need to consider the age of your system. Also, look at the cost of repair and frequency of repairs. What we do is use the $5000 rule. What is that? You 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, which is greater than 5000, than we think it’s time to replace your system.
How much does furnace repair cost?
Good question. There’s no one answer, but we can give you an average. See, the cost of furnace repair varies depending on what is wrong with the system. Usually, it can range from $100 to $1200. The average repair cost is close to $300. In most cases, people spend between $170 to $500. What you will pay is really going to depend on a few things. You’ll need to figure in parts and labor, along with what type of furnace you have. Also, do you have a warranty?
What’s the regular standard for servicing a furnace?
You should have your furnace cleaned and maintained at least once a year. The best time to do this is usually in the fall before the cold weather kicks in. Furnace manufacturers all recommend annual inspections and maintenance. Did you know that if you have a warranty claim, many will require proof of prior maintenance? When it comes to the life of your system, a clean and maintained furnace saves you money on utility bills and extends the life of your unit.
for Reisterstown, Finksburg, Keymar, New Windsor, Taneytown, Union Bridge, Westminster, MD
Greg - Reisterstown, MD
Very professional and so nice to explain everything!!
Gas heating repair
John - Reisterstown, MD
Great service all around. Got someone out the same day and they adjusted the window to suit my needs despite the last minute request. My tech Daniel was very informative and finished the job quickly.
Thorough and Knowledgeable
Scott - Finksburg, MD
Daniel arrived at our house promptly and immediately got to work on a suspected heat pump refrigerant leak. The inspection and leak test took just over an hour. He thoroughly explained the steps he performed and the rationale behind them. He concluded his visit with a review of the invoice, explaining the resulting numbers from the leak test. We are very pleased with the service received!
Robert - New Windsor, MD
The whole process was professional and I'm satisfied with everything. The installers were patient with me, while I rebuilt the base box the airhandler sits on.