maintenanceWilliamsburg Heating & Air Conditioning – FAQ

Williamsburg Heating & Air Conditioning has put together a list of FAQ’s that we hope will help you when you have a question on your HVAC system. Williamsburg Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. is family-owned and operated HVAC business has been serving the home comfort needs in the Williamsburg and surrounding areas for almost two decades now and we pride ourselves on our Heating & Air Conditioning service, quality, and customer care. With a team of professionals that spans generations, Williamsburg Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. has become much more than a corporation. We consider ourselves a community and offer that family spirit to every client we service.

Question: What can I do as a home owner to maintain my heating equipment during the winter months?Williamsburg Heating & Air Conditioning can fix you winter heating issues

Answer: The home owner can do the following:

  • Watch for outdoor unit iced-up
  • Remove drifting snow against outdoor unit
  • If the outdoor unit is not running – call Williamsburg HVAC
  • Return duct leakage – pulling in cold, unconditioned air
  • Replace single pain windows or install storm windows
  • Poor insulation

half-wQuestion: What can Williamsburg Heating and Air Conditioning do to help lower my heating and air conditioning bill?

Answer: Our certified HVAC team can:

  • Check the thermostat to make sure it is calibrated or not level
  • Check for low refrigerant charge
  • Check for refrigerant flow-related problems
  • Check for poor efficiency – needs cleaning and servicing
  • Check for bad compressor
  • Check on why compressor is not running

Williamsburg Heating & Air Conditioning HVAC Maintenance ProgramQuestion: What should I do if outside compressor is not working or for complete loss of heating and cooling?

Answer: First call Williamsburg Heating and Air Conditioning and have them run through their check list of solutions.

  • Did your electrical breaker switch off
  • Is there a power outage in the area
  • Is the compressor frozen