- Our client testimonials provide as support for our claims.
- Our Neighborly Done Right Promise™: If you are not satisfied with the service we provided, let us know within 60 days and we'll make it right.
- Honest services, upfront pricing, and reasonable costs.
- Absence of overtime fees.
- Neat, clean and professional work.
- We are fully licensed and insured.
Call us or schedule an appointment with Aire Serv of Elkton today and let us help make sure you stay warm all winter long.
With us, you’ll never have to worry about having to pay an outrageous amount of money just to get your heating system back up and running again. We offer quality service performed by certified professionals at an affordable rate, which means there’s no need to break the bank in order get it fixed!
Common reasons to contact Aire Serv of Elkton for emergency furnace repair include these:
- The furnace won’t turn on.
- The pilot light is out.
- Strange noises are coming from the furnace during startup or operation.
- The main burner won’t light or won’t stay lit for longer than three seconds.
- The blower never turns on after the burners are lit.
- The furnace blower stays on constantly.
Do any of these problems and their associated symptoms fit the issue with your furnace?
- No power to the furnace - A breaker may have tripped, the wiring may be loose, or the furnace switch may be switched off if the fan does not respond to raising the thermostat's temperature. The transformer, thermostat, control board, run capacitor, and blower motor are among the more difficult issues. A diagnostic test can be run by a technician to identify the precise issue and suggest a fix.
- Failing Motor - A motor that is about to fail may make squeaks and squeals audible. A professional must be called right away to prevent the furnace from breaking down.
- No ignition - In furnaces with spark ignitions, a burner that is trying to light will make a rapid clicking sound. If it won't burn, there could be a clogged flue, a broken control board, or an ineffective limit control. This component's replacement or repair should solve the issue.
- Main burner problems - Most frequently, filthy flame sensors or clogged condensate drains in condensing furnaces are to blame for burners that won't stay lit. The gas supply might be turned off if the burners refuse to light at all. Our staff should simply need to clean certain important parts and make a few modifications to fix this.
- Issues with the run capacitor or motor – The blower does not turn on once the burners ignite as a result of these issues. The capacitor can be quickly replaced, but motor problems could need a little more investigation.
- Clogged air filter - Assuming the thermostat isn’t set to “on,” which keeps the blower motor on continuously, a clogged air filter is the primary cause of a blower motor running all the time. The restricted airflow may have damaged the limit switch, which senses the internal furnace temperature. A technician at Aire Serv of Elkton will not only replace the switch; he or she will also pinpoint the problem. If a clogged filter is the cause, your technician will show you how to change your air filter.
Make an appointment with Aire Serv of Elkton or give us a call if you need emergency furnace repair, and we'll make sure you keep toasty all winter.
Frequently asked questions about furnace repair
Why isn't my furnace working?
If your furnace isn't working properly, it could be due to a variety of things. Common causes include power outages, issues with your thermostat settings, dirty air filters, broken pilot lights, or faulty wiring. In some cases, it might be an issue with the blower motor that needs to be replaced. If you're having trouble pinpointing what's wrong with your furnace, it's best to contact a professional technician for help.
What are signs that your furnace is going out?
If your furnace is starting to show signs of malfunctioning or aging, there are certain indicators that can tell you it's time for a replacement unit. These may include strange noises coming from the unit itself, uneven heating in different rooms of the house, higher than usual utility bills from month-to-month, or excessive dust buildup in the home despite regular cleaning efforts. All these signs point towards needing a new furnace installed as soon as possible.
How do I know when my furnace filter needs to be changed?
Most households should change their air filter once every two months in order to keep their system running efficiently and reduce energy costs over time. However if you have pets or live in an area with high air pollution levels then you may need to replace them more frequently - at least once per month - in order to ensure proper airflow and prevent any dirt build-up within the system itself. Additionally if you notice that your furnace is making loud noises when its running then this could also indicate that it's time for new filters as well!
Schedule an appointment or call us today for quick, professional furnace repair services.