24 Hour Emergency Heating Service
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24/7 Emergency Heating Repair in St. Cloud & Central MN

For more than 50 years the heating technicians at Neighborhood have been helping local area homeowners and businesses maintain their heating systems. Our heating system technicians service all major makes, brands and models of heating equipment. Whether you need basic maintenance, emergency no heat service or are considering replacing your existing heating system we can help. Call us anytime, day or night – we have on-call technicians available to help you fix, repair, replace or service your heating system.

Same Day Emergency Boiler Repair Services

  • Fix Lack of Heat
  • Perform Boiler System Flushing to Clear Mineral Deposit Build-up
  • Repair Expansion Tank Problems
  • Fix Radiator Problems
  • Replace Thermocouple Sensor Failures
  • Locate and Repair Water Leaks
  • Fix Frozen Lines
  • Flush Clogged Lines
  • Repair Faulty Valves
  • Troubleshoot and Repair Kettling
  • Repair Poor Insulation
  • Replace Faulty Pilot Lights

Same Day Emergency Furnace Repair Services

All of our trucks are stocked with the most popular furnace parts and equipment so we can help you quickly solve the most common furnace and heating system problems. We fix:

  • Faulty Pilot Lights
  • No Heat Troubleshooting
  • Broken Fans
  • Defective Blowers
  • Bad Electrical Connections
  • Damaged Coils
  • Dirty or Clogged Air Filter
  • Thermostat malfunctions
  • Air Flow Problems

Same Day Emergency Heat Pump Services

It is normal for an outdoor heat pump to have a build up of frost on the outside coil during the harsh and extreme winter climate in Minnesota. The buildup, if not addressed can completely cover the outdoor unit. Typically a heat pump is designed to automatically engage in defrost mode every 30-90 minutes – depending on how your installer programmed the unit. If you have a heavy build up of ice than you should call for immediate service to prevent costly damage to your unit. There is a good chance the unit is not defrosting properly. Other typical heat pump service repair calls we see are:

  • Burned Heat Strips
  • Frozen Lines
  • Defective Capacitor
  • Faulty Fans
  • Broken Blower
  • Burned Wires
  • Thermostat no calibrated
  • Low Refrigerant charge
  • Refrigerant flow-related problem
  • Poor efficiency
  • Bad reversing valve
  • Bad compressor valve
  • Compressor is not running
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