Thermostat Repair, Replacement, and Installation Services
Reliable AC & Heating Company Helping Set Your Thermostat to “Bliss”
Your thermostat plays a crucial role in regulating and preserving the comfortable environment of your home. Living without modern conveniences like temperature control is something nobody desires or should endure. If your thermostat's cooling setting is turning your home into an icebox or the heating setting feels like the sun's intense heat, it's a clear sign that professional help is needed.
Prepare to transform your thermostat experience with cost-effective services for repair, replacement, and installation offered by One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning. Our technicians are akin to magicians, employing their skills to perform HVAC magic. They bring forth a wealth of knowledge acquired through both formal training and on-the-job experience.
To speak with one of our professional technicians about installing a smart thermostat, call (800) 893-3523
Frequently Asked Questions
How Does a Thermostat Work?
A thermostat works by sensing the temperature in a given space and regulating the heating or cooling system to maintain a desired temperature set by the user.
How Can I Program My Thermostat for Energy Efficiency?
Most modern thermostats have programmable features. Set different temperatures for when you're away or asleep to optimize energy usage.
Should I Consider Upgrading to a Smart Thermostat?
Smart thermostats offer advanced features, remote control, and learning capabilities. Consider upgrading for increased energy efficiency and convenience.
Why Is My Thermostat Not Working?
Have you noticed your thermostat running excessively or adjusting temperature settings without your knowledge? There could be various reasons your thermostat is malfunctioning or not working at all. Some of those concerns include the following:
Power Source Issue - Your home’s electrical system is the primary power source for your smart or Wi-Fi-enabled thermostat. If you’re experiencing problems with your electricity, you’ll likely also notice function issues with your thermostat.
Thermostat is Dirty - Dirt inside your thermostat might not seem like a big deal until your device goes on the fritz. A dirty thermostat can affect the calibration and cause your thermostat to use more energy than usual. As a result, you may see increases in your utility bill.
Loose Wiring or Screws - A thermostat that turns on and off or runs without stopping could have loose wiring or screws. We don’t recommend tightening connections yourself or attempting to wire your own thermostat, as it may cause more damage. Our technicians use state-of-the-art tools to ensure wires and screws are adequately secured.
It’s Just Old - Age plays a significant role in the operation of your thermostat. Most thermostats last around 10 years. If yours is nearing the decade mark, it’s time to contact our comfort specialists for a thorough inspection and potential repair.
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Thermostat Installation & Replacement Services
Repairing your thermostat usually requires minimally invasive techniques and a smaller time frame to get everything operating effectively. Thermostat installation and replacement can be more extensive in terms of time and effort, requiring our specialists to utilize advanced equipment to get the job done correctly.
Reasons You May Need a New Thermostat Include:
Increase in Energy Bills
An old or shoddy thermostat that’s been repaired before is probably on its last leg and requires professional replacement, especially if you see an increase in your energy bills. (We generally recommend a programmable thermostat that can help reduce bills by giving you more precise control over your HVAC system's use.)
HVAC Unit Keeps Turning Off
How can your home be expected to maintain a suitable temperature if your HVAC unit keeps turning off? The short answer is: it can’t. A new HVAC working at high capacity means that it's time to install a thermostat that can handle the operation effectively.
Faulty Thermostat Readings
When your thermostat settings say one thing, but the temperature in your home doesn’t match that, something is amiss. We can replace a thermostat giving incorrect readings, so you never have to wonder if the temperature settings are correct.
Outdated and Surpassed Lifespan
A thermostat that is more than 10 years old is probably in desperate need of replacing. We can evaluate your heating and cooling equipment to tell you if it’s past its prime.
Doesn’t Respond to Changed Settings
It’s incredibly frustrating when you change the settings on your thermostat, but your heating and cooling system doesn’t respond accordingly. We can take a look and diagnose the issue, which may mean it’s beyond repair. At that point, we’ll make replacement recommendations and help with the installation process.
HVAC System Short Cycles
When your HVAC system short cycles, that means it cycles erratically, turning on and off frequently. This could be a sign that something is wrong with your HVAC unit or that it's time for replacing your thermostat. Either way, our technicians will address your concerns and keep you in the loop the entire time.
How Much Does a New Thermostat Cost (With Installation)?
Professional thermostat installation can cost anywhere from $100 to $350, plus the price of a new thermostat (usually $15-$250).
Can I Replace My Thermostat Myself?
It’s important to be well versed in thermostat installation to avoid mistakes that could accrue extensive costs and take more time to fix. Our HVAC company only hires professional comfort specialists licensed who are well-equipped to replace an old thermostat.
We Provide Thermostat Installation Services for the World’s Top-Rated Thermostats
We’re a leader in replacing thermostats because our team has experience working with the world’s top-rated brands, so virtually no type of thermostat is outside of our scope of expertise. We’ve worked on thermostat brands that include everything from Ecobee to Honeywell.
We Also Install Smart Thermostats!
Smart thermostats can be complicated devices to install and set up. Fortunately, we can install smart thermostats quickly and accurately. Regardless of where you are in the world, you’ll have complete control of your smart thermostat while inside your home or on vacation, soaking up the tropical sun.
Thermostat Repair Service
Instead of literally freezing your socks off, let our One Hour team knock your socks off with exceptional thermostat repair support. We can provide the highest quality service that helps extend the life of your HVAC and keeps your thermostat working long-term.
Signs You Need to Repair Your Thermostat
There isn’t a one-size-fits-all approach to thermostat repair because various issues can plague this crucial device. We’re the team to assist when you encounter the various signs of repair.
Increase in Energy Bills
An increase in your energy costs can point to issues with your thermostat. Don’t let rising energy consumption and costly bills take money out of your pockets. Our professional repair pros are here to support you.
Thermostat Does Not Turn On
A thermostat that won’t turn on is virtually useless, creating uncomfortable and unsafe environments inside your home. We deliver reliable repairs to help preserve the well-being of anyone who enters your property.
Uneven Room Temperatures
Do you have cold or hot spots in certain parts of your home? Uneven room temperature may be a sign of insufficient insulation or a malfunctioning thermostat. Allow our technicians to diagnose the issue for you today.
Excessive Levels of Humidity in Your Home
The humidity levels in your home shouldn’t reach more than 50%. However, if you notice excessive levels of humidity, it could be an indicator that your thermostat is broken or getting old. We have the knowledge and advanced tools to immediately assess and repair the problem.
Types of Thermostats We Fix
Because our comfort specialists have years of expertise, we can fix various types of thermostats on the market today. Our HVAC company follows industry best practices and standards to get your thermostat operating efficiently again.
We can fix the following thermostat types:
- Smart Thermostats (and Wi-Fi)
- Digital Thermostats
- Programmable Thermostats
- Energy STAR-Certified Thermostats
How Much Does It Cost to Repair a Thermostat?
The price of thermostat repair varies greatly because our assessments can uncover fewer or more issues than we initially thought. The cost to repair a thermostat can be between $50 and $500.
Can I Repair a Thermostat Myself?
Possibly. But we don’t recommend DIY thermostat repair, as you may make a costly mistake or injure yourself. Our trusted HVAC technicians make fixing your thermostat a snap. All you have to do is contact us any time of the day or night to provide exceptional solutions that last.
Contact our thermostat experts today at (800) 893-3523. We are available to assist you 24/7!
We’re Your HVAC Experts for Various Reasons
When it comes to repairing or replacing a thermostat, you deserve a professional dedicated to the efficient operation of your heating and cooling system and the comfort of your home.
Our comfort specialists are preferred HVAC experts because:
- We are highly trained and reliable thermostat technicians.
- We offer emergency and same-day thermostat repair or installation services.
- We provide guaranteed customer satisfaction and workmanship.
*Check with your local franchise; services may vary by location.
Call (800) 893-3523for more information about thermostat repair, replacement, and installation options near you.