Unlike other HVAC service, at Xtreme Mechanical Service, we know and understand that accidents and damage happen outside of your typical nine-to-five workday. That is why our standard business hours are longer than most. This is why offer Emergency Services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, so our customers do not have to worry or panic if their unit stops working. We pride ourselves on our quick response to our customers’ needs. Please also know that our rates do not change because of the time of day! Please don't hesitate to call us to talk to our professionals about your local Hampton Roads HVAC Emergency Needs.
In areas like Hampton Roads, VA where we have all seasons sometimes in one week-good heating and air conditioning service is vital to a happy, functioning household. It really does go beyond simple comfort, into questions of actual safety. Extremes in temperature — whether high or low — can constitute a danger to you and your family members, leading to heat stroke, vulnerability to flu bugs, problems and health issues related to mold and the like. If you have small children or senior citizens, this is especially dangerous. When your HVAC system goes down, you may need it repaired much more quickly than you expect. And if that breakdown occurs after hours or over the weekend, an emergency repair call may be in order.
At Xtreme Mechanical Services, we offer emergency repair calls 24/7, so you can rest assured that any problem with your HVAC system can be fixed before it gets out of hand. But it poses an important question: what constitutes an HVAC emergency?
What’s the weather like? Mild temperatures reduce the urgency involved in an HVAC breakdown. If you’re suffering through a cold front or a heat wave, or if humidity levels are affecting your comfort, then an emergency call may be necessary. If your home is still reasonably comfortable, however, then you can probably wait a day or two for regular meetings.
Is your water heater not functioning? Is there water dripping from your ceiling/attic? This constitutes an immediate phone call.
How long do you have to wait? If the breakdown takes place with just a few hours to go until regular hours, you’re probably okay waiting. On the other hand, if it takes place over the weekend, or with similarly long periods of time until office hours start again, then you may need to call for emergency service.
Call AND Text these Numbers:
Shannon Ashworth: 757.777.5655
Tracy Ashworth: 757.286.3620
Sabrina Srednicki: 757.739.0226