Expert Hurricane Furnace Repair - Satisfaction Guaranteed

Don’t let your heating system leave you frozen this winter. Your Hurricane HVAC Experts at Teays Valley Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning have you covered when you need furnace repair.

Furnace won’t start? We’ve found you can occasionally fix this problem on your own.

Try our easy troubleshooting guide before scheduling an appointment.

 

4 Things to Check When Your Furnace is Malfunctioning

  • Thermostat settings. Make sure it’s switched to “heat.” Otherwise the thermostat won’t alert your furnace to run.
  • Furnace filter. A filthy filter can cause your furnace to overheat and stop working as a safeguard. It can also prevent it from generating and circulating heat.
  • Circuit breaker. Your furnace’s breaker may have tripped. Locate it on your home’s electrical panel. Reset it if the breaker is in the middle or “off” position.
  • Furnace switch. Your furnace has a switch on or near it that appears to be a regular light switch. It should be in the “up” or “on” position. If it was turned off, give your furnace a few minutes to begin running.

Professional Service from Skilled Technicians

If your heating system still won’t start, Teays Valley Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning can figure out the issue.

Our specialists have completed extensive testing to earn HVAC’s gold standard, NATE certification. This means they can take care of most any heating repair.

Teays Valley Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning has the knowledge to get the repairs done right the first time. And you can relax knowing our furnace repairs are backed by a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee* for a year.

HVAC systems often stop working because they haven’t been regularly tuned up. Once your furnace is working properly, Teays Valley Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning can advise you on a maintenance plan.

This plan could lessen pricey repairs and help your furnace run better. A furnace that heats efficiently can help you save money on energy costs and potentially boost the air quality in your home.

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