Lakeway TX Heating & Air Conditioning
HVAC Pros You Can Rely On for Any Season!
At Covenant Air Conditioning & Heating, we proudly serve the Lakeway area with reliable, affordable HVAC services. Our team of licensed and NATE-certified technicians has decades of experience in helping our neighbors stay comfortable all year round. We understand that having a dependable heating and cooling system is essential for any home or business, so we strive to provide top-notch service you can trust for years to come.
We are dedicated to providing the best service possible when it comes to your air conditioning and heating needs. Whether you need repairs on an existing system or installation of a new unit, our experienced technicians will assess the situation quickly and get your home back up and running as soon as possible. And no matter what type of weather comes up in the forecast, you can count on us to help keep you comfortable!
For added peace of mind, every job done by Covenant Air Conditioning & Heating includes a satisfaction guarantee – so if there’s ever an issue with our workmanship down the road, just give us a call within 24 hours after completion and we’ll make sure it gets fixed at no additional cost to you.
For quality HVAC services in Lakeway and the surrounding areas, give us a call today at (512) 318-2257 or contact us online for a free estimate. Our team looks forward to helping keep you comfortable all year long!
HVAC Solutions are Just One Call Away!
Whether you’re trying to beat the heat in summer or stay warm in winter, Covenant Air Conditioning & Heating can help make sure your unit runs right. Our skilled technicians have the experience and credentials to deliver reliable and affordable HVAC services for Lakeway residents. With our satisfaction guarantee, you can trust us to get the job done right every time!
Our services include:
- Heating repairs and installations
- Air conditioning repairs and installations
- HVAC Maintenance
- Emergency repair services
- Indoor air quality services
- Ductwork services
- And more!
At Covenant Air Conditioning & Heating, we understand that when you're in need of air conditioning or heating repairs, you're looking for a prompt response. That's why our team is quick to respond and mobilizes quickly so that you can get back to feeling comfortable as soon as possible. Our technicians work with a sense of urgency to solve any issues with your HVAC system, so you can be sure that the job is done right.
Our Frequently Asked Questions
Have questions? We are here to help. Still have questions or can't find the answer you need? Give us a call at 512-318-2257 today!
What should I do if my HVAC unit emits a burning smell?
If the smell does not dissipate after a few minutes of being turned off, shut off all power and have someone knowledgeable look at it immediately.
If you cannot locate which part has been compromised, don’t try to fix it yourself or use heat again until a professional can do so. Do NOT dry clothes or cook food with any part of the system on as this could cause further damage and injury.
How often should I have my HVAC unit serviced?
It is beneficial to have your unit serviced once a year. If there are any problems, they will be detected sooner and can save you money in the long run as the system may break down at an inconvenient time.
For heating systems, it’s ideal to have them serviced in the spring before the heating season begins. For cooling systems, having an inspection done in the fall is your best bet to make sure everything is in order for when it comes time to switch over from heating to cooling.
What is the difference between a heat pump and a furnace?
Heat pumps are generally more efficient and quieter than furnaces. In the summer, they can be paired with air conditioners to produce both heating and cooling simultaneously, whereas furnaces work exclusively on either heating or cooling energy.
When it comes to heating and cooling your home, there’s a perfect choice for every situation. Heat pumps are most suited in mild or moderate climates as they’re less effective when the weather gets cold and hot; however furnaces can work anywhere with just about any type of temperature!