- Expert Repair of All Makes & Models
- Quick Accurate Diagnosis
- 24/7 Emergency Services
- Industry-Best Warranties
- N.A.T.E Certified Technicians
- Licensed Bonded & Insured
- Locally Family Owned & Operated
- Serving Area for 3 Generations
- Financing Available
Furnace Repair Services when You Need Them
We depend on our furnace in Dekalb and throughout Northern Illinois for at least 6 months of the year. When it’s down, you’ve got trouble.
This is why it’s important to schedule a furnace repair service the moment you notice a sign of trouble. By addressing minor issues early, you’ll prevent major issues later.
Signs You Need a Heating Contractor to Look at Your Furnace
Today’s furnaces are fairly complicated appliances with many different parts and components.
You know there’s a problem if there’s no heat coming from your furnace. However, that’s the kind of problem you want to avoid in the first place.
Watch for these early warning signs to know if you need a furnace repair company to look at your unit.
High Electrical and/or Gas Bills
A furnace that’s not working properly will often be less efficient than normal. This may be due to a simple issue, like a clogged filter, or it might indicate a failing component.
When the furnace has to use more energy to keep the home warm, it’s more likely to break down. It also results in high energy bills. If your bills are higher than expected during the colder months, the heating system may be to blame.
When running an HVAC system, you should expect to hear a minor hum from some components. Other noises may be signs of a problem.
If you hear any banging, rattling, or otherwise strange sounds when running the heat, contact a professional. They’ll inspect the system to determine the cause.
Inconsistent Furnace Performance
Does your furnace seem to shut down without warning?
Does it heat some areas of the home effectively, but not others? Does it seem to take a longer time than expected to start running when you turn it on?
Inconsistent performance is always a good reason to schedule repairs. Regardless of what’s causing the problem, it will likely get worse if you ignore it.
How We’re Different
Our technicians are experienced and continuously trained on all makes & models. They’re familiar with fail points particular to each furnace manufacturer so they’re able to make a quick accurate diagnosis and lay out your options for repair.
Call us today to learn more about scheduling furnace service.