Alert Icon
An HVAC company serving Henrico, Amelia, Chesterfield, Hanover, Richmond, Petersburg, Prince George, New Kent, Louisa, Goochland, Powhatan, Hopewell Counties, VA
 

At One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning, our expert technicians are always ready to come to the rescue when your gas furnace breaks down. We will inspect, diagnose and fix your gas furnace emergency. Call our 24/7 help line to schedule an appointment with one of our experienced gas furnace technicians.

Gas Furnace Emergency Repair

When your gas furnace goes out in the winter, you don’t have time to waste. Every hour without your furnace drops the indoor temperature —uncomfortable and dangerous. Call 24/7 to bring in one of our friendly HVAC experts who will get you feeling warm and safe—guaranteed.

Gas Furnace Tuneup

Want to ensure your gas furnace runs strong all winter? Or want to ensure your gas furnace doesn’t leak carbon monoxide? Keep it in peak condition with a thorough maintenance inspection. Our highly-trained technicians look for hazardous leaks and clean-up ordinary wear & tear, while hunting for the signs of a potential emergency. Also, check out our protection plans to make reliability a yearly event.

Improve Gas Furnace Energy Efficiency

Over time, gas furnaces lose efficiency, meaning you spend more money on heat to keep your house at the same temperature. One Hour tuneups not only keep your gas furnace running, they keep it running as efficiently as possible. Meaning you’ll enjoy savings—and comfort.

New Gas Furnace Installation

When the time comes to install a new gas furnace, trust the same HVAC experts who have kept your system in peak condition for years. Bring out One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning to discuss and perform your new gas furnace installation.

Get a frunace tuneup

Pre-Winter Furnace Tuneup

Winter is coming. Learn why you shouldn't wait to ensure your heating system is 100% ready!Read More

Air Conditioner Smells

Learn what causes these smells and which ones can be dangerous.Read More
r-22 refrigerant

What the R-22 Refrigerant Phase Out Means For Homeowners

In 2020, the production of the most common refrigerant R-22 will end. Learn what that means for you.Read More