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Give Wall Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. a call for any of your furnace repair needs in the Lawrenceville, GA area. Whether you have a gas or electric furnace, our qualified heating technicians can repair all types of furnace heating systems. When we send one of our technicians to your Lawrenceville area home to repair your furnace, we also check performance levels to make sure your furnace is working efficiently. An efficient furnace is less likely to break or cause a safety hazard.
Routine maintenance for your furnace can also lower your heating bills, in addition to preventing major repair needs. Don’t wait to call if you have any concerns about your furnace, because the longer you wait, the more likely your furnace could break down. Don’t let a minor issue turns into a major hassle and repair cost. Call us any time you need a furnace repair or a maintenance check–up.
Emergency Home Furnace Repair
Our technicians always take care of emergency furnace repairs as quickly and safely as possible. Give us a call as soon as you notice any problems so that one of our qualified technicians can get your heat working again. If your furnace needs repairs often or consistently breaks down, we also provide some of the best high–efficiency furnaces and new furnace installation services. Any time we make a repair or inspect your furnace, we also check to see if you would benefit from an upgrade or furnace replacement. If we see any safety concerns that indicate it’s time for a new furnace, we only recommend the best furnaces currently available on the market. You can always call us if you have questions or concerns about your furnace, but don’t wait to call if you have urgent repair needs.
You can prevent unnecessarily expensive repair needs and hazards by knowing when you may need a repair, and there are a few common warning signs to look out for. If your furnace isn’t heating your home properly, there could be several different causes. While it may be a minor issue, such as a dirty or clogged furnace filter or a blocked heating vent, you could have a larger issue with the furnace or duct system. A constantly running blower fan is something else to watch out for. This could be caused by the thermostat or the limit switch, which distributes the hot air to the ductwork. The limit switch will shut off the furnace if the air gets too hot. Check the fan switch on the thermostat, and if it is already turned to the "off" or "auto" setting, you should call one of our heating technicians to adjust the limit switch on your furnace.
If your furnace shuts down before it heats your home to the desired temperature, it could be a faulty safety mechanism inside the furnace. This mechanism has a thermostat that determines when the temperature inside the furnace gets too hot, and it can also shut down the furnace. This is sometimes referred to as "riding the high limit switch," and while this is rare, it could be caused by an incorrect setting of the thermostat attached to the safety switch, or by a furnace humidifier that was not installed correctly. Lastly, look out for any sudden increases in your heating bills. Again, this could be the result of other factors, but it’s important to call a qualified HVAC technician whenever you notice any changes with your heat.
Home Furnace Repair Service
Call Wall Heating & Air as soon as you notice any heating problems or furnace repairs in Lawrenceville. We take customer satisfaction seriously, and we are dedicated to providing the most reliable furnace repair services in the business. We serve all of Lawrenceville metro area, so give us a call today!