Sandri's 90th Anniversary

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24/7 HVAC Experts

At Sandri, keeping your home and family safe is our top priority. While keeping HVAC equipment up to date and scheduling annual maintenance will significantly lessen the chance of an unexpected breakdown, it’s important to know exactly who to call in case you do run into an emergency. That’s where we come in.

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Emergency Heating Service in MA, NH, and VT

Whether it’s the middle of the night, a holiday, a weekend, or during our regular business hours, trust that we are there for you any time your heating system has an issue. If you sense something isn’t right with your equipment, don’t delay. Quick, trustworthy service from your friends at Sandri is just a call away at (800) 628-1900.

Help Prevent a Heating System Emergency

Protect your equipment and your wallet from the unexpected. Here are a few easy ways to take care of your most important home appliances and reduce the risk of an emergency breakdown:

Schedule Regular Tune-Ups

Having heating system maintenance performed by an expert HVAC technician just once a year will keep your equipment in tip-top shape. Also, this gives you the chance to learn about energy-saving upgrades, parts that should be repaired or replaced, and more.

Make Recommended Upgrades

Our technicians have the skills and expertise to recommend HVAC equipment upgrades that can benefit you in terms of greater efficiency, savings, and/or safety. By making these adjustments, your system is likely to last longer—and limit future service calls.

Choose a Service Plan

For maximum comfort and peace of mind, opt for one of our comprehensive service plans!

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If you are currently experiencing an issue with your heating system, call us at (800) 628-1900

Sandri Energy HVAC

Emergency Heating Service in MA, NH, and VT