At the first sign your HVAC system is not working properly, you should call us to schedule an appointment with one of our expert technicians. The longer you wait to have that strange noise or smell checked out, it could lead to higher repair bills or HVAC system failure. Don’t wait until it is too late and you are without your heating or cooling equipment. Catching the problem early on could save you hundreds of dollars in repair bills.
At the first signs of insufficient heating or cooling, irregular temperatures, strange noises from the equipment, odd smells or odors, deteriorating air quality or airflow, or just complete system failure you should seek professional assistance from one of our expert HVAC technicians.
For a scheduled or emergency HVAC repair, you can count on SMO Energy and our team of certified technicians. We’re ready 24 hours a day and seven days a week to fix your heating and air-conditioning system and deliver the professional and courteous service you expect from our family-owned and locally operated business. Aside from your system shutting down, several other signs that your HVAC system needs repairs include:
A critical sign to look for when inspecting your HVAC system is the flame of your furnace. If the flame is yellow instead of blue, emergency HVAC repair is essential. The color can indicate that your system is producing carbon monoxide, which poses an extreme safety risk to you and your family.
If you’ve forgotten to clean your HVAC system’s air cleaners or even skipped servicing your system in the last year, you may also want to call for an HVAC repair service or maintenance appointment. These issues can lead to bigger problems as well as a decrease in your system’s lifespan.
Choosing the SMO Energy family for your air conditioning repairs as well as heating repairs in Maryland comes with several benefits:
With the expertise of our team, you can also count on your heating system or air conditioning unit’s repairs being completed in a single visit, without the time or hassle of going back and forth over a problem that wasn’t resolved the first time.
Many companies across Southern Maryland provide air conditioner repair services as well as heating repairs. When it comes to your home’s HVAC system, it’s essential you choose a business that delivers high-quality, cost-effective service that restores your home’s heating and cooling capabilities the first time. Unreliable HVAC repair companies can leave you with the following:
That’s why it’s essential to choose an HVAC repair and service company that you know is reliable and trusted by the local community.
SMO technicians continually strengthen their skills by attending regular classes at our state-of-the-art training facility, the Shymansky Institute. The certifications and licenses that our technicians earn go beyond the National Propane Gas Association’s (NPGA) Certified Employee Training Program (CETP), Journeyman’s License, Master’s License, Gasfitter’s License, and WSSC License in various programs offered.
With such in-depth training from the Shymansky Institute behind them, you can be confident that our technicians will be able to fix any problem the first time and answer all of your questions about your heating and cooling systems. Not only will you experience the best technical support from SMO’s HVAC service technicians, you will receive the best customer service!
Our technicians care about you and take the time to go above and beyond repairing your HVAC equipment, by also addressing any concerns you may have with other HVAC equipment in your home and make any recommendations for the future of your home comfort. Courteous, professional, clean and efficient service is what you can expect from SMO’s service technicians.
With more than nine decades of experience as a reliable and trusted provider of HVAC repairs and service, we’ve become a leader among HVAC repair companies in Maryland. Whether you require an air conditioner repair or a heating system fix, our highly-trained technicians can get the job done.
We provide HVAC repair services for residents in Southern Maryland as well as the Annapolis region, Anne Arundel County and Prince George’s County!