Springfield Furnace Repair
What is the Most Common Problem with Furnaces?
When you need results from an experienced heating system repair contractor in Springfield or the surrounding areas, you can depend on the clean and professional technicians at Aire Serv of Springfield. We stand ready to provide service 24 hours a day, seven days a week. That includes emergency furnace repair!
Some of the most common furnace issues include:
- Dirty filters
- Dirty air ducts
- Damaged starting mechanism
- Broken or defective flame sensor
- Damaged blower motors
- Faulty thermostats
- Broken heat exchangers
None of these issues is a surprise to us. Whatever is causing your furnace issues, we'll get to the bottom of it and provide timely and expert repairs. We're equipped to resolve nearly any problem you experience with your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system. And we take pride in delivering quality heat pump and furnace repair near Springfield for a reasonable price.
Need professional furnace repair in Springfield, MO? Call us at (417) 319-3989 or request your service online today. We warranty our services.
About Our Furnace Repair Services
If you've encountered a problem, our technicians will identify the issue and explain the steps needed to restore your heating system.
We are able to handle the following heating problems near Springfield:
- Fix a pilot light
- Stop strange noises
- Fix a failing motor
- Return power to the furnace
- Fix no ignitions
- Fix main burner problems
- And more!
For your peace of mind, Aire Serv of Springfield is a fully licensed and insured furnace repair company near Springfield, Ozark, and the surrounding areas. Be sure to check out our client testimonials to learn about our services and the experience we provide.
Call (417) 319-3989 to talk to a member of our Springfield furnace repair team.
Are Furnace Issues Preventable?
Yes, you can absolutely help prevent some of these issues. Replacing your air filters, cleaning your air ducts, and scheduling annual furnace tune-ups are some things that can help.
Replacing Air Filters
Take for instance dirty filters. You should replace your air filters every 90 days. Air filters are easy to purchase and should be easy to replace. Look at the numbers on your existing filter's frame (i.e. 16x25x1) and find matching ones at your local hardware store.
Cleaning Air Ducts
Furnace problems caused by dirty air ducts can also be avoidable by regularly cleaning your air ducts. It's recommended that you have your air ducts cleaned every 3 to 5 years.
The frequency ultimately depends on a few things, like:
- Pets that shed hair
- Residents with allergies or asthma
- Water damage is done to your home
- Whether or not residents smoke
If you need your air ducts cleaned, just let us know! We offer air duct cleaning services.
Need a furnace tune-up in Springfield? We're currently offering a special on furnace tune-ups. Contact us at (417) 319-3989 to schedule your service.
Can I Fix My Own Furnace?
No one wants to waste money on a repair they could’ve handled on their own, there are some problems that simply need a DIY fix, such as:
Thermostat won’t turn on the furnace: Both new and old thermostats can cause heating problems if they’re difficult to use. Sometimes you just need to look at the owner’s manual or replace a dead battery.
The furnace blows cold air: You may just need to replace your air filters. If there are layers of dust on them, try vacuuming them first.
The furnace stopped working: This could be the result of a blown circuit. Try to reset your circuit breaker.
When basic troubleshooting doesn’t work, it may be best to have a professional take a look.
Why Does My Furnace Smell Like Burning?
Turning on your heater for the first time in a while? What you’re smelling is probably dust. Dust that has been building on your system throughout the summer will burn off the first couple of times your heat turns on. The smell should go back to normal soon. If it doesn’t, you may have a different problem on your hands.
If you notice an electrical burning smell, turn the unit off right away. This can be dangerous if left unattended. Most of the time, your system will automatically turn off if it begins to overheat, but this doesn’t always happen.
Scheduling Annual Furnace Tune-ups
Another great way to help prevent major issues is to schedule annual furnace tune-ups. We recommend scheduling yours sometime in early fall. Doing so will give us time to repair any issues and help ensure your furnace is ready for the cold winters.
Licensed and Insured Furnace Contractors
We're proud to be your comfort company in Springfield and the nearby communities in Missouri. If you'd like our team to handle your furnace system repair project, contact us for fast service.
Contact our Springfield furnace repair technicians online or at (417) 319-3989 for service today!