Heater Repair

Newport News Heater Repair 

Helping You Maintain the Comfort of Your Home in Williamsburg, Virginia Beach, & Surrounding Areas

If your heater has stopped working, you can count on our team of heating technicians to provide you with fast and reliable heater repairs in Newport News. We can get to your home quickly to get your heater back up and running!

Our team can repair all types of heating systems, including:

  • Gas and oil furnaces
  • Gas and oil boilers
  • Electric furnaces
  • Electric boilers
  • Heat pumps

What to Do When Your Heating System Breaks

If your heater has stopped working, you may be wondering what you should do. While there are some steps you can take to try to repair your heater, it is best to call a professional repair technician when your heater has broken down and you need a fast solution. Waiting too long can result in damage to your heater or your home, which can cost a lot more to fix.

Some signs that you need to call for heating repair include:

  • You have noticed an unpleasant odor coming from your heater
  • Your heater is making loud noises
  • Your heater is not producing heat
  • Your heater is blowing cold air
  • Your heater is blowing no air at all

Strange Noises Coming From Your Heater?

Strange noises emanating from a heating unit can be unsettling, triggering concerns about potential malfunctions or impending breakdowns. Recognizing and understanding these sounds can often provide critical clues about the health of your heater. Various noises might emerge from a heating system, each signaling different underlying issues. By discerning these sounds, homeowners can address problems before they escalate, ensuring efficient and safe operation.

Types of Heater Noises & What They Mean:

  • Banging or Clanking: These loud, abrupt noises often indicate loose or broken internal components, such as a malfunctioning blower wheel or motor mount.
  • Screeching or Squealing: High-pitched sounds are commonly linked to problems with the blower motor or fan belt. A worn-out belt or motor in need of lubrication may be the culprit.
  • Clicking or Tapping: Frequently attributed to the system's expansion and contraction during heating cycles, but persistent clicking might signal defective electrical components or a faulty thermostat.
  • Rumbling or Booming: This deep, rumbling noise might result from a buildup of dirt or debris in the furnace burner, leading to delayed ignition.

Understanding these noises is crucial to safeguard your heating system's functionality. Regular maintenance and timely repairs can prevent minor issues from escalating into costly repairs or system failures.

Contact us today to get a free estimate and see how Hendrix Heating & Air can help you.

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At Hendrix Heating & Air, your satisfaction is our priority! See for yourself what our customers have to say about working with us.

    "I was beyond shocked! From their texting communication to their emails they have it all down."
    I’m very picky and stubborn and this company is doing it all right. Highly recommend and will definitely recommend.
    - Naut
    "Highly recommend Hendrix Heating and Air!"
    You did it Joe! Thanks again for getting my heat up and running, and for the excellent service!
    - Maria Duenas
    "Joe was very knowledgeable and professional!"
    Great job! Glad to be on board as a new customer!
    - Cynthia Murphy
    "Every time I have used Hendrix Heating & Air whether I deal with staff or the owner Joe himself it is always an absolute pleasure."
    I would never want to use anyone else. This is a company that you can trust! I 10/10 recommend to family friends & strangers.
    - Mallory Bailey
    "Very polite and helpful!"
    I called that morning and they were to my house by 1pm fixed the problem in less than 45 minutes for an insanely reasonable price.
    - Brandy Allamong
    "Joe and the business staff were extremely professional and responsive."

     I would definitely recommend this business and plan to use them in the future.

    - Shelly Sadowski
    "I plan on using him for routine maintenance and/or any repairs we may need down the road."
    He arrived on time and answered my questions. He was professional and honest.
    - Cami Bowman
    "I have received great service from them each time."
    They were able to answer every question in detail and made me feel comfortable about what my property was getting done. Will definitely use them again when time comes!
    - Yuliya Hayden

What to Do if Your Heater Is Leaking

If you notice that your heater is leaking, you should call a professional for repair. Leaks can cause damage to your heater, as well as to your home. If your heater is leaking, there is a chance that the water could cause mold to grow, which can be very harmful to your health and costly to remove.

If you notice that your heater is leaking or breaking down, call Hendrix Heating & Air for Newport News heater repair. We can inspect your heater and provide you with a free estimate.

Schedule heater repair in Newport News by calling (757) 772-6598 or completing our online form.

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