No one wants to deal with an untimely furnace repair. Whether you have an old-fashioned gas furnace or a high-efficiency one, you may experience trouble with it from time to time. You could go to bed at 9 pm nice and warm and wake up in the morning to frozen toes and cold tiles. When this happens, it’s nice to know there are the professionals at C&L Services well versed in furnace repair to come to the rescue.
Usually, all you need is a furnace repair. Little things can go wrong with your unit that causes it to stop working, or it works so slow that it can’t keep up with the cold air outside. Don’t waste any time, contact C&L services today for a free consultation. We’re available 7 days a week for emergency calls.
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Common Furnace Issues Requiring Furnace Repair
Believe it or not, a lot of furnace issues can be repaired in one visit. There are some minor problems you may run into that can cause your furnace to stop working right. Our C&L heating and air techs will come out first and diagnose the problem.
The next thing we’ll do is tell you how much it’ll cost to repair it. Our expert technicians at C&L Services are honest and upfront. We pride ourselves on offering low, competitive prices to all of our customers. We treat you like family because we are family.
Here are some of the more common issues we see with our customers’ furnaces:
Is it Turned On?
This may sound silly, but you’d be surprised how often this happens. We come out to customers’ homes and see that the furnace isn’t turned on. Check this yourself before you pay to have someone repair it.
Reset Your Circuit Breaker
You may just need to reset your home’s circuit breaker. This is another fix you can do yourself rather than pay a technician to do it for you. If this doesn’t fix it, you may need someone to do a professional repair.
Your Filter Could Be Clogged
If you’re not getting enough warm air or it’s not pumping strong enough, it could be your filter. Our technician can clean or replace the filter so your furnace starts running smoothly again.
Your Furnace Blower may need to be Oiled
It’s a good idea to oil your furnace blower about once a year. Our staff can do this for you.
If you need a furnace repaired, all you have to do is give us a call. We can come out and give you a free estimate. You can trust that our technicians will give you an honest assessment of what you need. If it’s something you can fix yourself, our technicians will let you know. We pride ourselves on offering top-notch customer service and fair pricing. If a repair needs to be done, we’ll do it for a fair price.
Contact the Heating & Air Professionals at C&L Services Today
Whether your furnace is on the fritz or needs to be replaced, contact our Heating & Air Professional Technicians at C&L Services today. Our experts are available 7 days a week for emergencies.
Our HVAC technicians at C&L Servicesare trained on the latest technologies. We can diagnose your problems and have them fixed in no time. We can even service older model furnaces so have no worries if your system has been in your home for years.
You can count on the technicians at C&L Services to give you an honest, fair and accurate estimate. We pride ourselves on our customer service.
We service Upstate South Carolina and the surrounding area. We’re familiar with all energy-efficient units and can give you an honest appraisal of your current heating and cooling system.
We know how important home comfort is to your family. It’s our job to make sure your heating and cooling systems are working properly and efficiently. Let our expert technicians take a look and see what you’re dealing with. Call today and one of our technicians can come by and give you a free estimate.
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