Furnace Repair in Peoria and Phoenix, AZ
At Morehart Air Conditioning and Heating, we pride ourselves on being the premier HVAC contractor for Peoria and Phoenix, AZ . Not only are our pros trained and certified, but our technicians stay on top of the latest technology through continuing education. That means we’re able to hone in on problems and fix them fast. Most importantly, we care. Our team is committed to making your home comfortable, energy-efficient, and safe.
Residential and Commercial Furnace Repair
Your furnace is the vital heating appliance standing between you and cold weather. When it needs repair or breaks down entirely, we understand it’s not a project that can wait. Morehart Air Conditioning and Heating offers 24/7 emergency HVAC services at no additional charge. Our professionals arrive in repair vehicles that are fully stocked, meaning there’s no delay until parts arrive.
We also service both residential and commercial customers. Our residential clients include those with single and multi-family homes, manufactured and mobile homes, and rural properties. For businesses, we take care of light and standard commercial, retail stores, offices, and new constructions. Since no two buildings have the same heating needs, we also offer specialty HVAC solutions.
Signs It’s Time for Furnace Repair
Sometimes, furnace issues are apparent, like when it won’t turn on or vents only blow cold air. At other times, indications that your furnace needs a tune-up can sneak up on you. Here are some indications to watch for that suggest your furnace could use some upkeep:
- You’ve noticed water collecting around your furnace. If you see a puddle under your heater or near it on the floor, this is usually a sign of a clogged condensate line. An HVAC professional will flush the line or replace it if necessary.
- Your furnace occasionally makes strange sounds, such as banging, thumping, or scraping. It may do this often or only once in a while, but it’s a sure red flag something’s wrong.
- You’ve noticed the smell of gas. The odor may be faint or strong, but in either case, turn off your furnace immediately. Next, you’ll need to turn off the gas supply valve inside the furnace. You’ll find it by opening the access panel and locating a knob, generally made of plastic, which you’ll turn right as far as it will go. Even after you shut off the gas, don’t light any matches or turn on any lights. Any electrical device can cause the gas to ignite. Open windows for ventilation to let out any carbon monoxide which has accumulated in your home. Call an HVAC tech right away to come and repair the furnace.
- Your furnace hasn’t received maintenance in a year or longer. Although it might not be malfunctioning, regular care is necessary to keep it under warranty. Additionally, an annual inspection catches issues before they turn into full-blown problems.
- You have to raise your thermostat’s dial more and more to bring your house to a suitable temperature. This is probably not a glitch within the furnace itself, but with the thermostat.
- While your furnace is running, airflow from vents is weak. Although the air is warm enough, it’s taking longer to heat your home. This might indicate a blockage in ductwork, but more likely is due to mechanical issues such as a faulty fan or belts.
- Your energy bill has gone up dramatically with no apparent cause.
- The furnace kicks on and off a lot, instead of running for an extended period like it used to.
Furnace Repair You Can Trust
If you notice the symptoms above or any other problems with your furnace, let the experienced professionals at Morehart Air Conditioning and Heating give you a hand. Not only will we take care of any needed repairs, but we also offer affordable maintenance plans to keep your heater running smoothly. If your furnace needs extensive work or if you need a new system installed, we provide financing so you can get the heating you need without blowing your budget. Call us today for hassle-free furnace repair!