When your home’s warmth is at stake, a furnace that runs how it should is everything. Our local furnace service professionals are experts in diagnosing and resolving issues promptly and effectively.
Whether it’s a minor repair or a major overhaul, we’ll work to ensure your furnace operates efficiently and reliably. Don’t endure the chill; trust our expertise for dependable furnace repairs.
Here’s how our Whitney Services team handles repair visits and when replacement might be the better option.
How We Approach Furnace Repair
Issues that crop up with household appliances aren’t always expected. We understand how it can feel the moment you realize something is wrong with your furnace: worry mixed with a bit of anger or annoyance. Fortunately, our HVAC contractor is here to ease your nerves and get everything back on track with furnace repair.
Every time we meet with a homeowner, the process is as follows:
- Consultation – We’ll listen to your concerns and piece together the situation.
- Diagnosis – We’ll closely inspect the function, capacity, output, and overall performance of your furnace. The age of the unit will also be taken into account.
- Recommendation – We’ll report our findings and give informed advice on what needs to be done. It’s at this point that replacement may be recommended over a repair.
- Complete Repair – Finish what was approved and offer guidance on future furnace maintenance.
Furnace Warning Signs
Because furnaces are often located in the basement, inside a special utility closet, or in some cases, the attic, they can go overlooked until something is very bad. Paying attention to an “off” sound, smell, or appearance can help increase the chances of the unit only needing a repair.
Common symptoms of a struggling furnace may include:
- Weird noises, i.e., scraping, banging, whistling, popping, etc.
- Frequent cycling
- Unbalanced, uneven, or nonexistent heating
- Energy bills that seem to be rising
- Subpar indoor air quality
- Excessive dust in the home
Please call our team if you notice any of the above signs. We’ll make time to come out to you and assess the unit thoroughly. Be aware thatmay be in your best interest if the problem is extensive or the unit is quite old.