First-Rate Furnace Repair in Mount Lebanon
The average lifespan of a residential furnace is only about 10 to 12 years, even if you take care of it and have annual cleaning and furnace preventative maintenance. As the furnace gets older, parts wear out more often and break more frequently, so having a dependable heating repair company nearby, like Absolute Air, is important. You’ll often get clues that something is wrong with the appliance, like banging noises or funny smells.
Rattling, banging, or whooshing noises often means there is a loose part in the furnace. Loose parts can pose a danger to the entire appliance. If it gets caught in the way of another moving piece, it can cause the entire furnace to break down sometimes, though the problem may be in your ductwork. Knocking sounds in the walls often indicate loose joinings between the ductwork pieces or between the ducts and the furnace. When your Absolute Air arrives for your heating repair job, they will also look at your ducts if you report noises in the walls.
Sporadic heating, trouble turning the furnace on or keeping it on, or short-cycling, where the furnace turns on and off frequently, all typically indicate a problem with either the pilot light or the heating components of the furnace. Or, perhaps there is a problem with the electrical component of the furnace. Don’t worry – the Absolute Air techs are all qualified to repair any electrical problems with your furnace, too, or replace these parts.
Are you having one of these problems with your home’s furnace? If you do, call for heating service from Absolute Air!
- Trouble with the pilot light
- Your utility bills are higher for the same amount of use
- Loud banging noises when the unit turns on
- Spotty heating throughout the house
- Short-cycling, or turning on and off frequently
Wintertime in Mount Lebanon is cold and snowy, and definitely not a time when you want to worry about whether or not you’ll have reliable heat in your house. When you call Absolute Air, we’ll get you set up right away for service, even in the middle of the night or on weekends, if you have a heating service emergency. The best furnace repair in town is just a phone call away!
Your Heating Repair Experience With Absolute Air
Although some furnace repairs can be complicated, booking your dependable heating service doesn’t have to be – and when you choose Absolute Air, it’s a snap! You can reach us by phone or through our online chat, and we offer easy appointment scheduling for all your heating service needs. We pride ourselves on our friendly, honest customer service, starting from the first phone call.
Then, we arrive in our company service vans, with a tech in uniform and ready to work. We carry any tools and parts we could need so that we’re prepared to fix your furnace no matter what we encounter. Your Absolute Air furnace repair tech starts your job with a thorough inspection of the furnace and ductwork, paying close attention to the problem areas you mentioned in your initial call. Then, once we’ve determined the extent of the repair needs, we present you with an easy-to-read invoice with transparent pricing. If you have questions, ask – we’re happy to explain everything before we start work. You’ll never have hidden fees or extra charges tacked on after the heating repair is completed.
After you approve the quote, we get to work fixing your furnace, whether it’s a newer model integrated into your Smart Home system or an older furnace that may need a little more TLC. We’ll replace any broken or worn-out parts with top-quality parts so that the repair lasts as long as possible. Then, once we finish fixing your furnace, we test it to ensure that it’s operating smoothly and quietly.
If you’re having trouble with your indoor air quality, the Absolute Air team can help there, too. Often, poor or polluted indoor air means a problem with your furnace and ductwork. Either the appliance and ducts need to be cleaned (which should be done annually), or there’s a malfunction allowing the furnace to circulate polluted air into the home. If you’re getting sick more easily or coughing a lot, call us – a furnace repair could also fix your indoor air problems.