In the Racine area, First Call Heating & Cooling, Inc. is well known for providing exceptional furnace repair, installation, and service. The people we send out to serve you are also top notch, something you'll see in their reviews below. Everyone you deal with at our company has the goal of making sure your experience with us will be so good you'll call us every time you need help. You can feel confident working with First Call Heating & Cooling, Inc. because we stand behind our work and comply with all local codes. This is why, as you can see by the map and reviews below, we are rated so highly for Furnace, Heat Pump, & AC Repair in Racine, WI in Racine WI. Call us today at (262) 634-9025!
Mack was great to work with. Very professional
Seen allot over the years and Andrew is one of the best. Intelligent, articulate, and easy to understand. Integrity too.
Service tech was thorough, friendly and on time
All you people , from the office to your service people do outstanding work
I called with a furnace not working and Matthew was here in less than 20 minutes. He had it fixed and running well in less than 30 minutes. The service couldn't have been any better. So appreciative and warm.
5 * S * T * A * R * Service !!! Great job guys as always ,keep up the great work !
I learned more about my system from Andrew
Knowledgeable and professional staff. Work completed in a timely manner as promised.
Fast, friendly, and reasonable! I'll definitely call when it's time to replace my furnace.
I want to thank 1st Call and those involved in working with us to resolve the unfortunate situation with our Aprilaire unit. Special thanks to Tyler who was very responsive in resolving the controller issue.
The tech who came was on time, friendly, efficient and helpful.
Great job! Always on time and professional. I feel comfortable with them in my home and the quality of service is always top notch!
Ben was an excellent technician, answered all of my questions and thoroughly explained his answers. This was the first time I have ever needed a service on my furnace and I would easily recommend Ben and First Call for a service. Very professional and personable
The technician sent a text that he was on his way. On time friendly service and answered all my questions. I would never have anyone else work on my furnace.
Replaced boiler aquastat and tested operations. Set temp to 180° and verified boiler cycling correctly. House at setpoint. Fired gas furnace for customer to test as it’s never been ran before, tested and cycled fine. Customer would like to add basement zone valve to baseboard baseboard. And possibly a thermostat for that zone. Pictures taken will contact office and get quote together.
Just replaced a inducer motor on mid efficient furnace
Just found a Luxaire mid efficient furnace with a bad ignitor
Installed new Bryant furnace
Just serviced a aprilaire humidifier
Quoted customer a 2 stage furnace with smart thermostat.
Completed tune up on Lennox furnace. Cleaned and checked essentials to verify that furnace is running within manufacturers spec. Furnace is running and heating good at this time!
Just performed a furnace inspection on a aire-flo high efficient furnace
Quoted customer a modulating furnace with AC system.
Found furnace running while on site but customer complaining it will intermittently run for a few seconds and click off. And sometimes lock itself out. Cycled furnace and got it to error on flame sense fail. Cleaned flame sense and tested operations. All ok at this time. Tested temp rise, nameplate states 30-60, getting 62° TR or so. Blower motor on highest speed tap already. Gas pressure at 3.2”wc. Informed customer of findings and to keep and eye on it. Running and heating fine while on site
Them furnace tuneup, maintenance, and inspection. Checked thermostat, cleaned condensate trap, checked air filter, cleared drain lines, cleaned flame sensor, checked igniter, inspected burners and heat exchanger, checked and cleaned intake pipe, checked blower and inducer motor amps, checked and adjusted gas pressure, checked all wire and electrical connections, checked temperature rise, and cleaned unit. System running and heating well!
Serviced trane furnace
Found furnace off at switch, cycled power and let run. Tripped on limit after 10 minutes. Found no filter installed, added new one and checked temp rise. Adjusted blower speed to highest setting. Temp rise still above manufacturer settings at 70 Pulled blower and found secondary plugged, brushed coil clean. Vacuumed blower which is still slightly dirty due to years is use. Temp rise is better at 65° Adjusted gas pressure down to final result of 2.0”wc. Checked temp rise and have 58°. With thermostat satisfied at desired 73°
Serviced an ao smith water heater
Installed new April air humidifier
Found unit off with pressure switch closed with inducer off error. Blew out hoses and tapped on switch and furnace fired up. Furnace seems to of had moisture in cabinet and or basement at some point - likely causing pressure switch to become stuck. Watched furnace operations. Temp rise 55° with 114 SAT
Traced wires in ceiling and found n02 sensor mounted on west side wall. Changed sensor and tested operations. E3point now reading CO and N02 correctly at the controller. Left notes inside controller for next sensor changeout at roughly 2-3 years as per manufactures specs. Units running normally at this time.
Quoted customer a two stage furnace with AC system.
Just replaced a heat exchanger on a carrier high efficient furnace
Trane furnace tuneup, maintenance, and inspection. Checked thermostat, cleaned condensate trap, checked air filter, cleared drain lines, cleaned flame sensor, checked igniter, inspected burners and heat exchanger, checked and cleaned intake pipe, checked blower and inducer motor amps, checked and adjusted gas pressure, checked all wire and electrical connections, checked temperature rise, and cleaned unit. System running and heating well!
Customer bought a modulating furnace with AC system.
Found WIC tripped in basement panel with cooler evap fans running fine. Checked condenser section on roof before applying power. Starting components look good. Leads to compressor are intact and don’t burnt. No visible shorts at condenser. Started unit up and checked amp draws. Compressor drawing fine amps at 18.2 with LRA at 100. Condenser fan motor drawing 2.1 amps. Refrigeration cycle completes and shuts down via pressure switch in box. Noticed slightly low on charge with sight glass not 100% full. Looked into condenser disconnect and found pitting on one of the contacts. Took pictures. Likely making bad contact and drawing higher amps than normal.
Installed spirovent on boiler system, also replaced leaking drain valve. Cycled boiler to verify correct operation. Boiler is running and heating good at this time!
Just replaced a pressure switch on a Rheem high efficient furnace