Your furnace repair work is completely covered for up to 90 days. If anything related to our repairs fails, we will come back and fix it free of charge. Learn more about our commitment to quality and our guarantee to you.
We’re committed to keeping you safe and warm all season long. Call us today, or book an appointment online for convenient and affordable in-home service by a qualified and experienced furnace repair expert.
Things to Check on Your Furnace Before You Call Us
Please don’t open your furnace to examine it yourself – you need to have training and licensing in order to do this safely. That being said, there are a couple of “gotchas” that homeowners can quickly check:
- Your thermostat is set to “heat”. This can be an issue in the fall for new homeowners.
- The power switch on your furnace is set to “on”. Your furnace needs a bit of electrical power in order to run, and this switch turns off the power in an emergency or if a technician is going to work on it. This switch can get turned off by accident. Check on the side of the furnace, or near the furnace on the wall.
- The circuit for your furnace is on in your electrical panel. If electrical issues have developed, this may have been tripped. If it trips again, there may be an issue with the furnace or with the electrical wiring.
There are other issues, like blocked furnace vents or dirty filters that can cause temporary problems, but it’s better to call us for both safety and repair reasons.
Your Furnace Maintenance Checklist
Your gas furnace maintenance will involve a thorough inspection, which will include:
- Checking the heat exchanger
- Checking the burner or burners if applicable
- Checking the venting
- Checking the high limit and fan control
- Checking the manifold pressure
- Checking the temperature rise
- Checking the carbon monoxide (CO) in fuel products
- Checking the combustion and ventilation air supply
- Checking the thermostats
- Checking the safety controls – set points and functions
- Checking the condensate drain trap and pan
- Checking the circulating air blower
- Checking the belts and pulleys
- Checking the motor amperages
- Checking the filter
- Checking the all access panels, ensure they are secure
- Checking the all electrical connections
- Checking the gas piping
- Checking the exhaust fans