At T. Webber Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning, we believe that when it comes to heating season, you should always be asking yourself, will my furnace be able to go the distance this winter? As temperatures begin to head below freezing outdoors, you need to make sure they aren’t doing the same indoors as well! And the only way you can be sure of that is with a fully functional, well maintained furnace.
The time to start thinking about your furnace’s condition and whether or not it will keep you warm all winter long is now. If your furnace is going to need repair, act sooner rather than later so you can be sure your furnace is ready to keep you warm until the first balmy days of spring!
Signs You Need Furnace Repair
- Difficult time getting unit started
- Inadequate heat production
- Faulty pilot light
- Thermostat malfunctions
- Excessive condensation
- Poor indoor air quality
- Defective blowers
Furnace Repair Features
Along with repairing any and all furnace problems, when the T. Webber heating experts arrive at your home we will:
- Inspect the furnace
- Test the furnace
- Determine the cause of the issue
- Provide a reasonably priced, job based quote
Furnace Repair Benefits
Like any other appliance in your home, furnaces that have been around for a few years will eventually need repairs. No home appliance can maintain peak performance without a professional tune-up every now and then. But fortunately for our customers, we have an expert team here at T. Webber ready to help you fix any furnace problem you run across. Some common furnace problems are:
- Bad electrical connections
- Dirty or clogged air filter
- Damaged coils
- Air flow (fan) problems
At T. Webber, we believe that being cold in your own home this winter is not an option. Call our expert heating team and let us help you stay warm all winter long!