When you need emergency services for your HVAC or plumbing, we respond fast. Especially when Pittsburgh is experiencing extreme heat, cold, or storms.
After daytime hours, or when call volume is high, you may need to leave a message. We will return your call right away.
We are 100% committed to your safety.
It’s possible you don’t have an emergency. Here’s what to do before you call:
If none of these is the problem, and you don’t have heat or air in extreme temperatures,
call us at 724-745-7404 or 412-952-5923.
If you are experiencing any of the following,
call us at 724-745-7404 or 412-952-5923:
If the temperature outside is below freezing and your heat isn’t working, call us - particularly if you have children, elderly family members, or pets in your home.
Whether you have a furnace, boiler, heat pump, or any other type of heating, we'll make the repairs you need and get you warmed up, fast.
If outdoor temperatures are high and your A/C isn't cooling your home, call us.
Climbing indoor temperatures put everyone - especially children, elderly family members, and pets - at risk. Whether you have central A/C or an individual unit, we will fix it quickly and get you and your home cooled off.
If you suspect a fire, dial 911 immediately.
Smoke or sparks can indicate various problems, such as severe clogs in your filters, vents, or drain lines, or worn electrical connections. Call us so that we can investigate and repair your system and restore it to safety standards.
If you see or suspect that your air conditioner is leaking refrigerant, call us.
When refrigerant is leaking, A/C system performance is poor, and a breakdown is not far off. Signs of a refrigerant leak include:
● Ice on the evaporator coils.
● A bubbling or hissing sound coming from your outdoor unit.
● Unusually long cooling cycles.
● Weak cooling during the hottest parts of the day.
If you see bulging pipes, or water rushing from a burst pipe, call us.
The following signs are not as obvious, but they also indicate a plumbing emergency, or an impending one:
● Visible frost on pipes.
● A loud popping sound in pipes or walls.
● The sound of rushing water.
● No water flow when you turn on a faucet.
● Fluctuating water pressure.
● Brown or rusty-looking water.
● Pooling water under sinks.
If your toilet is overflowing, or if water is backing up quickly from a drain, sink, or shower, call us. You may have a clog in your drainage system that is causing wastewater damage in your home.
If your water isn’t getting hot at all, call us. Hot water is critical for daily life, and you likely have a faulty water heater.
Kowalski cares for and maintains your heating, cooling, and plumbing systems so that they don’t fail you, especially when it counts.
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