Your comfort is critical, which is why it’s equally as important that you have a HVAC contractor you can trust to bring you efficiency and comfort through quality service and excellent customer service. Lucky for you, we’ve got that covered.
Since 1956, C. Woods Company has helped countless residential and commercial clients throughout Kilgore, TX and surrounding areas achieve greater comfort, savings and efficiency through exceptional services. We offer everything from furnace repair and AC tune-ups to heating installation and AC maintenance. No matter what your needs are, we are the team you can count on to handle them all.
For several decades, your friends and neighbors have trusted us for all their HVAC services. Read some of our customer reviews.
Do You Need Furnace Repairs?
Although a furnace that won’t cycle when it should is an obvious sign of a unit in distress, there are plenty of red flags to look out for. If you notice any of the following signs, be sure to call us for furnace repairs in Kilgore:
- Your furnace doesn’t turn on at all.
- Your energy bills have risen unexpectedly.
- You can smell natural gas from your vents.
- You have cold and hot spots throughout your premises.
- Your furnace pilot light is out.
- Your furnace makes loud banging, clanking or weird sounds.
- Your furnace runs but it doesn’t heat your home.
Benefits of Installing a New Air Conditioner
Whether you’re simply looking to save money on your cooling bills or your current AC is failing you, installing a new unit may offer a great many benefits. Newer technology provides better cooling efficiency, saving you plenty on your utility bills. Likewise, an old or failing unit requires frequent AC repairs, so investing in a new one will eliminate these costs for years to come.
Even if your old AC seems to be working well, low cooling capacity and high energy bills could indicate that it’s not properly sized for your home. Simply installing a new unit that’s sized properly for your space can have a dramatic impact on your cooling costs.
Check out our helpful posts on how to maintain your heating and cooling systems. If you need personalized solutions, give us a call!
Emergency AC & Furnace Repair
HVAC systems tend to break down when you least expect it to happen. Whenever the heating or cooling system fails you, you won’t have to wait long for help when you call C. Woods Company. That’s because we offer 24-hour heating and AC repair services to fix all your HVAC problems and restore your comfort.
Call us within and outside of business hours for prompt services at affordable rates. Whether you need a minor heating system repair or furnace replacement, leave it to us.
Install 40 Gallon Gas Water Heater. Remove Existing Water Heater and Dispose of. Clean up Work Area. 6 Year Tank and Parts and 1 Year Labor// installed 18” 40 gallon natural
Upon arrival tech found leak on recirc line in attic dripping through light fixture below in master bath. Replaced valve and repaired copper line on recirc pump line. After repairing and turning valves and pump back on tech noticed one of the heaters was leaking at bottom seam. Gave customer quote to replace 50 gallon electric water heater.
Upon arrival tech was told leak is under house Tech crawled under house and found 3/4’ copper line spraying up to bottom of her floor. Crawled under house and cut out leaking pipe. Repaired with 3/4” pro presscoupling
Tech will give a quote to replace 3 handle faucet Tech did turn off the water and cut the wall then cut out old tub faucet then installed the new three handle faucet tech turned on the water and tested and checked for leaks all good to go their is no leaks at this time. Please mail invoice thanks
Tech will give a quote to replace the hall bathroom toilet. This quote is for just the toilet if the flange is broken their will be a extra charge for that repair or replacement. Tech did pull toilet and replaced the toilet with new wax ring bolts and flex line tech turned on the water to the toilet and tested their is no leaks at this time. Customer wanted tech to do a look through and see if their is any thing else that needed to be addressed tech saw that the gas meter was locked and needs a permit and do a gas test but first needs to be brought up to code the water heater needs a pan, drip leg, gas flex upgraded and a new flood stop. The heater in the bathroom in the hallway has to be capped off. Tech will give a quote to address these things.