Warm Up to Restored Home Comfort
It costs around $300-$600 to repair a furnace. Although, some things that can affect the overall cost of the repair are:
- The type of repair
- The level of repair
- The cost of replacement parts
The price can also be affected by the HVAC contractor’s hourly rate, as it can be higher for repairs on weekends or after hours. To find out more about getting your furnace repaired, give us a call today.
A few reasons you may want to replace your furnace rather than repair it include:
- Your furnace is over 15 years old
- Your furnace requires many repairs
- Your furnace breaks down often
As your furnace begins to age, it can end up costing you more on repairs and energy costs each year. However, if your furnace is newer and has not required many repairs, it is generally better to have it repaired. To get your furnace repaired or replaced, contact us today.
Yes, a furnace can be repaired. If your furnace has a broken or faulty component, an HVAC technician will be able to diagnose and repair the problem. If the problem is severe, it may require a replacement part to function properly again. In some cases, you may want to consider replacing your entire furnace if it is towards the end of its service life and the cost of the replacement component is very expensive. To learn more about getting your furnace repaired or replaced, call us today.
"Getting Warmer" To The Source Of The Problem
If you’ve noticed that your furnace isn’t operating like it used to, don’t sweat it. From a system hiccup to a complete unit malfunction, there’s a simple solution to restoring your home comfort: turn to our certified technicians to repair your unit right away. Keep in mind that the quicker a small glitch is fixed the less likely you are to encounter a much larger problem. However, you need to be observant.
Here are a few red flags that indicate your furnace needs a repair: