Monroe’s Furnace Repair Specialists
If your furnace is showing warning signs of a breakdown, you need a professional from Monroe Heating & Air to diagnose the problem.
Our technicians at Monroe Heating & Air can repair your current furnace or heating system no matter the make, model, or how old it is. We have years of furnace repair experience, and there isn’t an issue we haven’t seen.
When a furnace breaks down, it usually comes as a surprise. We understand just how stressful and uncomfortable this can be. As part of our Customer Satisfaction Guarantee, we offer 24/7 emergency repairs in Monroe, OH.
How to Know When Your Furnace Needs Repair
Furnace won’t start? We’ve done some troubleshooting for you. Below, we’ve listed the top 4 reasons your furnace isn’t working.
No Power to Furnace
If the fan doesn’t respond to raising the thermostat’s temperature, a breaker may have tripped, the wiring could be loose, or the furnace switch might be turned off.
In furnaces with spark ignitions, rapid clicking sounds indicate that the burner is trying to ignite. If it can’t ignite, there may be a blocked flue, faulty control board, or improper limit control. Repairing or replacing these parts should solve the problem.
You might be able to hear squeaks and squeals from a motor that is about to fail. Prompt attention from a technician is required to save the furnace from breaking down.
Clogged Air Filter
A clogged air filter is the primary cause of a blower motor running all the time. The restricted airflow may have damaged the limit switch, which senses the internal furnace temperature.
Gas Furnace vs. Electric Furnaces
Monroe Heating & Air technicians have the expertise and extensive training to repair both gas and electric–powered furnaces. There are a number of differences between the two:
Gas furnaces tend to be a bit larger, and need access to the city’s main gas line as well as to have a flue installed to exhaust combustion gases. They do tend to be less expensive to operate due to the price of natural gas being lower than that of electricity.
Electric furnaces are a great choice for those households that don’t have easy access to natural gas. They also work very efficiently and last a long time, though they do use up more energy to heat your home. They’re a great choice for those homeowners who want to enjoy the power of a forced-air furnace without the safety risks of natural gas. Modern furnaces are built with safety in mind, but there’s no way to completely eliminate the risk.
No Matter the brand, we can fix it.
We Service all Brands and Types of Furnaces
Our top-notch team of technicians at Monroe Heating & Air can work on all types of furnaces and heating equipment, as well as any parts connected or used in conjunction with any HVAC system. This includes electric furnaces and heaters, gas furnaces, heat pumps, air handlers, ductless mini-split, and zoned systems, and all other types of heating system products.
We service all brands of heating equipment and HVAC systems, including leading brands like Carrier, Coleman, Trane, Amana, Frigidaire, Comfortmaker, Bryant, Goodman, Maytag, Lennox, Rheem, Tempstar, and more. No matter what brand of heating system you have in your home, regardless of how old or rare it is, we are the right team to call for help.
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What is carbon monoxide? What should I do if I smell gas?
Carbon monoxide (CO) is a colorless, odorless, and toxic gas. The Environmental Protection Agency warns that at low levels of exposure, CO causes mild effects that are often mistaken for the flu. These symptoms include headaches, dizziness, disorientation, nausea, and fatigue.
If you’re concerned about a potential leak, evacuate yourself and any other persons/pets from inside the home immediately. Use a phone located outside of the home to call your local gas utility and/or the fire department.
How is the efficiency of heating equipment measured?
The S.E.E.R. (seasonal energy efficiency ratio) is the amount of cooling your system will deliver per dollar spent on electricity. For example, a 3-ton unit may have a S.E.E.R. efficiency rating of 13, 14, or 15. The higher the S.E.E.R., the more efficient the system will be. The S.E.E.R. rating of any given unit can range anywhere from 13 to 17.
What's the best way to extend the life of my unit?
Reducing usage is always helpful, so turn the thermostat up or down, as needed, to reduce usage when you’re not at home. Changing air filters will prevent clogs. Regular check-ups can also help you ward off any potential trouble spots. Maintenance also keeps your warranty in good standing and is often recommended by manufacturers.
What does a furnace installation entail?
To install the most efficient HVAC system in your household, a detailed inspection will first be performed by our expert installers. The inspection will include things like your home’s ductwork, insulation, refrigerant piping, electrical service, wiring, thermostat, condensate piping, flue piping, flue terminations, chimney liner, slabs, filter, driers, registers, grills, drain pans, and evaporator coil.
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Stocked & Loaded
Monroe Heating & Cooling customers can rest assured knowing our technicians will arrive at your home on time with a fully-stocked service vehicle, equipped with all the latest in HVAC technology. We come ready to repair or replace common parts, including ignitors, fuses, pilot lights, breakers, burners, heat strips, heat exchangers, switches, blowers, valves, air filters, control boards, and more.