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Houston Furnace Repair

We want to help you get ahead of the curve so that when the truly scorching (or freezing) weather comes, you’ll have nothing to worry. Below are a few signs that your Furnace might be struggling or in need of maintenance.

Is your Furnace 15 to 18 years old?

The average lifespan of a furnace is roughly 18 years. Once your furnace turns 15, chances are it will be operating at a much lower efficiency which will cost you more money on your energy bill.

It may be time to perform maintenance or, in extreme cases, find a replacement furnace. Our expert HVAC technicians will be able to run full service on your furnace to tell you if it’s showing its age.

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Is your Furnance 15 to 18 Years Old?

The average lifespan of a furnace is roughly 18 years. Once your furnace turns 15, chances are it will be operating at a much lower efficiency which will cost you more money on your energy bill.

It may be time to perform maintenance or, in extreme cases, find a replacement furnace. Our expert HVAC technicians will be able to run full service on your furnace to tell you if it’s showing its age.

Is your furnace is making strange noises?

A gentle hum is perfectly normal for your furnace. In fact, that sound most likely means your furnace is working just fine. It’s the bad noises that are pretty easy to classify, and very important to pay attention to.

If your furnace is making clicking, rattling, screeching, thumping, or banging, it’s important to call a licensed technician. These noises are both unnatural as well as indicative of larger issues, some of which may even be totally preventable if you catch them soon enough!

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Is your Furnace Making Strange Noises?

A gentle hum is perfectly normal for your furnace. In fact, that sound most likely means your furnace is working just fine. It’s the bad noises that are pretty easy to classify, and very important to pay attention to.

If your furnace is making clicking, rattling, screeching, thumping, or banging, it’s important to call a licensed technician. These noises are both unnatural as well as indicative of larger issues, some of which may even be totally preventable if you catch them soon enough!

Can you hear or feel strong airflow?

Normally, you should be able to feel and hear signs that your furnace is pushing air throughout your house, whether that comes in the form of palpable airflow when you get closer to your vent, or even ambient noise. If you can’t sense either of those things, there’s bound to be a problem with your furnace’s ventilation.

It’s entirely possible that your furnace is heating air just fine, but is struggling to effectively distribute that air across your home. There are a lot issues potentially causing these symptoms. You could have a clogged air filter, breaks/crack in your ductwork, a broken air handler, etc. Our HVAC techs will be able to quickly and economically diagnose what is preventing proper air flow and get your home back on track ASAP!

Are your Energy Bills Increasing?

Energy costs don’t tend to fluctuate too much in terms of what your given city charges you, so if your energy bill is beginning to ramp up, there are a few places to look first.

The most obvious cause is that your personal consumption has increased. If you are running your furnace for longer hours or keeping your house at hotter temperatures, you’ll see an increase in the amount you pay towards your energy bills. If you haven’t made any notable changes in consumption, the culprit may be a failing furnace. If your furnace or one of its parts is starting to fail, it will be having to work overtime to heat your house to a reasonable temperature. Our HVAC techs can run affordable Furnace Tune-Ups to help you ensure your furnace is reliable and ready for the cold weather to come!