Looking for help with your furnace repair or replacement? Don’t worry, Aire Serv of Springfield Illinois has you covered. Our experienced technicians will inspect and diagnose any problems related to your furnace, no matter the make or model. We are dedicated to providing timely service and attention to detail when it comes to all of our customers' heating needs.
With us on the job, you can rest assured that we will get the job done right the first time around so you don't have to worry about future complications or expenses down the line. Our customers trust us not only because of our commitment but also because of our affordability!
Furnaces We Service
We service furnaces powered by:
- Heating oil
Besides fuel types, we also service single-stage, two-stage, and variable-speed furnaces from various manufacturers. We can assist you if you aren't sure which furnace type you have, or what its specific needs are. With our years of experience, we guarantee that your furnace will be serviced correctly.
Residential furnace repair
Identifying a furnace problem requires an expert's eye. Often, we repair or replace furnaces that:
- The device won't turn on
- The process of turning on and off the furnace in a short period of time
- Heating that is inconsistent (cold spots, insufficient heat)
- Filters clogged (need to be cleaned or replaced)
- Unusual smells or leaks (gas leaks require emergency evacuation and service)
Frequently Asked Questions About Furnaces
What are signs that your furnace is going out?
A furnace that's starting to fail will likely show signs such as:
- Loud or unusual noises
- Increased energy bills
- Insufficient heat production
- Frequent cycles of turning on and off
Be sure to keep an eye on these warning signs and reach out to a professional to inspect your furnace at the first sign of trouble.
What causes a furnace to fail?
Some of the most common causes of furnace failure include:
- Lack of maintenance
- Dirty or clogged filters
- Normal wear and tear
Scheduling regular maintenance for your furnace, such as annual tune-ups, can prevent many of these issues from happening in the first place.
When should I worry about my furnace?
A: As a rule of thumb, you should be concerned if:
- Your furnace is over 10 years old
- You're hearing unusual noises
- You've noticed a decrease in heat production
- You're experiencing frequent or persistent issues with your furnace
If any of these conditions persist, it's time to consult with a professional to assess your furnace's health.
How do I know when my furnace filter needs to be changed?
A: Furnace filters should be checked and changed every 1-3 months depending on usage. A few signs that your filter needs replacing include:
- Dirt buildup on the filter
- Musty or unpleasant smells
- Poor airflow
- Increased energy bills
To keep your furnace running efficiently, be sure to check your filter regularly and replace it as needed.