The Leader in Heating Installation in Quincy, MA, and the Surrounding Areas

Prioritize your comfort when temperatures dip in the City of Presidents by relying on an experienced HVAC contractor in Quincy, MA, and nearby areas from Trust 1 Services. We’re here when it's time to provide an installation, routine or urgent repairs, or regular maintenance service to heating systems. We offer top-quality options with furnaces and boilers suitable for your budget as well as the cold Massachusetts weather.

Services That You Can Always Depend On

Whether you're contacting us about heating maintenance, repair, or installation, there are appealing benefits that go along with professional service. For starters, you'll receive an accurate diagnosis of any problems. In addition, professional service ensures any existing warranties won't be invalidated. You will also get an honest opinion at all times so you can decide what's appropriate for your needs. More importantly, you'll be sure to stay warm even on cold winter days in the following areas we serve:

Frequently Asked Questions on Heating Installation

Look for the Signs

A lack of hot air is clearly one of the telltale signs it's time to give us a call as you might need a new furnace or boiler installed right away. Ask us about the heating services we offer if you're noticing:

  • Unusual smells during operation

  • Pilot light discoloration

  • A unit that has difficulty starting

  • Short cycles or unusual cycling patterns

  • Insufficient heat in your home

Let Us Take Care of the Problem

Some heating problems are fairly easy to solve, as is often the case when all you need is a filter change. Other issues, however, require prompt, professional assistance from the Trust 1 Services team. The more common issues that may require a heating repair are:

  • Lack of power, which could be due to a tripped breaker or wiring issues

  • Inconsistent temperatures – possible causes include thermostat malfunctions, blower issues, and blocked air returns

  • Failure to ignite, which may be an ignition or pilot light issue

  • Bad smells – potential culprits include dirty filters or an overheated motor

  • Cold spots, which could be from incorrect sizing, damper or duct issues, or age-related inefficiency