Furnace Repair Services in Jacksonville

Expert Furnace Replacement in Central Illinois

Are you looking for quality furnace repair and replacement services in Jacksonville, IL? Aire Serv of Jacksonville provides comprehensive furnace repairs and replacements to ensure your family is safe, comfortable, and taken care of in any season. Our team has the professional experience necessary to get the job done right. Aire Serve of Jacksonville is committed to providing top-notch service that meets or exceeds expectations every time!

You can trust us with all your heating needs; our technicians are knowledgeable about a wide range of brand models so we guarantee reliable results that last. With competitive pricing and same-day emergency service available, could you ask for more?

Call us now or schedule an estimate online! Our team will take care of all your needs regarding furnaces - so don't wait any longer - contact us today!

Furnaces We Service

  • Gas
  • Electricity
  • Heating oil
  • Propane

In addition to fuel types, we also service single-stage, two-stage, and variable-speed furnaces from a variety of manufacturers. You can contact us if you aren't sure what furnace type you have or what its specific needs are. Our years of experience guarantee that your furnace will be serviced correctly.

Residential furnace repair

An expert's eye is required to identify a furnace problem. We often repair or replace furnaces that:;;

  • Won’t turn on
  • Short cycle (furnace turning on and off)
  • Produce heating inconsistencies (cold spots, lack of heat)
  • Have clogged filters (needing cleaning or replacement)
  • Develop leaks or unusual smells (gas leaks require emergency evacuation and service)
  • Experience failing controls or monitors (pilot light is out, the thermostat isn’t working)
  • Possess faulty parts (slipped belt, worn-out bearings, blower stays on constantly or won’t turn on at all)

Frequently Asked Questions About Furnaces

Is it worth fixing a furnace?

This is one of the most common questions homeowners have about their furnaces. If your furnace isn't performing well, it might be time for you to have it repaired instead of replaced. Before making a decision, have a professional furnace technician assess the situation to determine the exact problem. Often, a skilled technician can fix any issues on the spot and prolong the life of your furnace. You should also consider factors like the age of the furnace and the frequency of repairs. If the cost of repair is high, the furnace is outdated or beyond repair, and you should think about replacing it instead.

What is the average lifespan of a furnace?

Typically, the average lifespan of a furnace is around 15-20 years. Modern furnaces are built to last, thanks to advances in technology. However, like all appliances, the lifespan of a furnace depends on many factors, including proper maintenance and regular servicing. When a furnace reaches its end of life, you could experience tangible signs such as frequent breakdowns, increased energy usage, and reduced heating performance. To get a better idea of the remaining life of your furnace, consider scheduling an appointment with an HVAC technician.

When should I worry about my furnace?

Being proactive is another essential aspect of maintaining a healthy furnace. If you experience sudden and unexplained increases in utility bills, unusual noises coming from the furnace, or inconsistent temperatures, you should have your furnace checked by a professional technician. Inconsistency is a clear sign that your furnace is struggling to meet your heating demands and is due for repairs. Also, pay attention to the age of the furnace. If your furnace is over 15 years old, chances are it might require regular upkeep.

What causes a furnace to fail?

Furnaces are machines that, at some point, will experience wear and tear. Below are common issues that cause furnace failure:
  1. Dirty Air Filters - Diminished airflow increases strain on the furnace.
  2. Ignition Problems - There are different ignition systems used in furnaces that help them function. Failure in these systems leads to a furnace failure.
  3. Pilot & Thermocouple Issues - Pilot lights and thermocouples maintain the right amount of gas in a furnace -When they stop functioning well, the furnace may not heat correctly.
  4. Mechanical Problems - A motor that fails can hinder airflow, overheat, or even lead to a shutdown of the entire system.

Call us for 24/7 emergency furnace repair. For less urgent maintenance concerns, you can request an appointment online.

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