When your home’s furnace breaks down in the middle of winter, you need a solution immediately. Your family can’t afford to be left shivering, so when you need furnace repair and replacement services that are fast and don’t sacrifice quality, contact Metairie AC Repair.
Our fully licensed heating contractors have been helping homes all over the area stave off the cold with their abundance of professional experience and knack for finding creative solutions in difficult situations.
As soon as you feel an unwelcome chill creep into your home, give us a call and we’ll be glad to take a look at your furnace. It might require some minor maintenance, a couple of repairs or an outright replacement. No matter what the issue, our technicians can carry out the right fix for your home’s needs and your budget. For a free quote, call us today.
Common Furnace Repairs
Although you might be tempted to repair your furnace yourself, we cannot in good conscience advise you to do so. Because so many furnaces use gas, a wrong move could have explosive consequences or pose a health hazard to the residents of your home. Furthermore, like any appliance, if you aren’t familiar with how all the pieces work in harmony, following a highly generalized DIY guide could lead to problems in the future.
No job is too big or small to get the reassurance working with the professionals can bring. So, if you notice any of these problems with your furnace, just know that they are very common problems we can repair with ease.
Clogged Air Filters
Clogged air filters are one of the biggest causes of furnace problems. If it turns on but it doesn’t blow hot air for very long, there is a good chance that your air filter is obstructed. When dust and other debris builds up on the filter it reduces the airflow through the system, which causes the system to turn off. We can gladly change your air filters, inspect your heat exchanger for soot and carry out a full safety check to make sure everything is normal.
Modern furnaces typically use either intermittent pilot or hot surface ignition to start the furnace because they are more efficient than a standing pilot light. Even though they are designed to be more efficient, they don’t last forever. We can easily double check and repair the hot surface ignition system as well as the safety switches and any other part of the furnace that might be making ignition impossible.