Though most of the general maintenance that your furnace requires can be done at home by you, some issues require a licensed technician to address. If you run into any of the following problems, it’s best that you call a professional to deal with repairs or replacements.
If your furnace is not producing heat, if it is dripping or leaking fluid, if your boiler switches itself on and off or if it is making strange clanging or whistling sounds, these are more severe problems that will take an expert to remedy. In some cases, your warranty may cover the cost of parts and possibly repair, so don’t hesitate to call someone.
Finding the right person and company that you trust with your furnace can be a homeowner’s challenge. It’s easy enough to look up reviews of HVAC companies online and determine who might be an excellent candidate to welcome into your home and reliably fix your furnace, but reviews are typically biased and based on a set of criteria as unique as the person leaving a comment.
If you’d like to have more certainty in your selection, we can help. We use our own independent certification program that finds reliable and trained local HVAC companies. Since we judge by a consistent and high standard, you can be confident that the businesses we’ve screened are reputable. It is our goal to ensure that you make an accurate and informed decision when you pick a company to service your furnace.