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To most North Texans, the need for heating a home in North Texas is not as prioritized as cooling, but when DFW experiences a cold front, homeowners want to make sure they are able to remain comfortable.  There are two primary types of heating systems used in North Texas – gas, which includes the use of a gas furnace, or electric, which includes the use of a heat pump installed outside with auxiliary heating installed within the indoor air handler.





If you find that a cold front has blown in from the North, but the home does not seem to be warming up, you may need to have your heating system serviced.  Not to worry, Texas Energy and Comfort Solutions will service all major brands and all types of heating systems, including standard split-system (typical on most North Texas homes), mini-split systems, and ductless systems.


It does not matter who installed it or repaired it last, we are confident that our TECS service team can identify the problem and provide a solution.  Here are some examples of heating repair services we offer:

  • Furnace diagnostics and repair

  • Heat pump diagnostic and repair

  • Air Handler with heat kit diagnostics and repair

  • Thermostat diagnostics or replacement

  • Fan blade repair or replacement

  • Electrical component repair or replacement

  • Blower motor replacement


Don’t get caught on a cold day without heat.  Prepare your system ahead of the winter heating season by scheduling TECS to come out and perform an inspection and tune-up for each one of your home’s heating systems.  At Texas Energy and Comfort Solutions, our comprehensive seasonal heating tune-up will inspect each heating system using our unique multi-point inspection procedure, including:

  • Reviewing system for any operating abnormalities

  • Inspecting primary and secondary drains

  • Inspecting all filters (will replace at per filter price)

  • Inspecting blower components

  • Verify heating elements are engaging when the thermostat calls for an increase in temperature.

  • Testing voltage and amperage draw on all motors

  • Testing of all electrical components, including capacitors and contactors

  • Testing of pressures to ensure proper refrigeration levels

  • Testing thermostat wiring and operation

  • Provide a final inspection report with findings and recommendations

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