Arlington Furnace Repair
Available Around the Clock for Emergency Furnace Repair
When it comes to the winter months, the importance of your furnace cannot
be understated. Being able to keep your home warm and comfortable is crucial,
and we know that it is often something that cannot wait for normal business
24/7 availability, you can rely on the experts from Tom’s Mechanical to help fix your
furnace problems and get your home comfortable again in no time at all.
When you contact us, we will work quickly to diagnose the issue, determine
the correct solution, and then resolve it—providing furnace solutions
that are both effective and of high quality.
When you call our HVAC company, you experience the following benefits:
- We offer 24/7 emergency services
- We have an A+ rating from the BBB
- We provide a money-back guarantee on our workmanship
- Our rates and discounts are always competitive
You deserve to be comfortable—and we can help ensure that you are!
Call (972) 388-3669 today to schedule furnace repair in Arlington.
Signs Your Furnace May Need Repairs
Even if you live in a warmer climate, your furnace still works hard during
the winter months. As HVAC systems age and undergo seasonal stress, their
behavior can change - new noises present themselves, they run longer or
at different intervals, and so on. Not all changes are bad, but some can
mean serious trouble.
Pay attention to your system; watch and listen for these telltale signs
that maintenance is needed, and don't hesitate to have them inspected
if they are detected.
Furnace is making loud, abrupt noises. Every furnace emits noise during operation. Whizzing, humming, and whirring
are all normal noises, and they aren't any cause for concern. However,
if you start hearing louder, more abrupt noises, you should start to worry.
Any noise that is out of the ordinary should warrant an inspection. For
example, thumping, clanking, or another abrupt noise heard at unpredictable
intervals should be checked out by a professional as soon as possible.
light is burning yellow or orange instead of blue. If you own a gas-powered furnace, your pilot light should maintain a blue
color at all times. A blue flame indicates that a pure, steady stream
of gas is flowing through the system. When the flame weakens or turns
yellow, there could be something wrong with the gas line or the purity
of the gas itself. It's best to never take chances when it comes to
the pilot light. If you notice a change, schedule an appointment immediately.
Furnace is starting and stopping unpredictably or frequently. There is a whole host of causes for this problem. From thermostat failures
to degraded system wiring and electronics, it's practically impossible
to diagnose the cause without the help of a certified HVAC technician.
Not only will this problem cause the energy efficiency of your system
to decline; it will also gradually get worse over time, resulting in unnecessary
system wear and irreversible damage.
Thermostat inaccuracy. Do you feel like you're constantly adjusting the thermostat just to
stay warm? If so, you're experiencing a major sign that your system
needs some care and maintenance. This problem usually manifests itself
in older systems, so if your home has a system exceeding 10 years in age,
you should be on the lookout for a decline in system efficiency and thermostat
Sudden energy bill spike. Any time you notice a sudden elevation in your monthly energy costs, your
home appliances should be the first place you investigate to find the
source of the problem. Your water heater, HVAC system, or washer/dryer
could all possibly be to blame, although HVAC units are quite often the culprit.
Why isn’t My Furnace Working?
Tom’s Mechanical, Inc. knows just how important it is to ensure that
your furnace is working properly. We do recommend periodic checks of your
furnace or heating system just before the colder months. If you think
it might be time for a furnace check, get in touch with our Arlington
furnace repair team today!
Furnace not working? This could be why:
- Filters in your furnace are either dirty or clogged, reducing overall airflow
- Unit is suffering from normal wear and tear over time
- There is a faulty ignition or pilot making it difficult for the furnace
to work properly
- Thermostat is malfunctioning, making the temperature incorrect or inconsistent
- The furnace has accumulated a large amount of dust
- You have an older furnace, more than 15 to 20 years old
Our technicians at Tom’s Mechanical, Inc. offers preventative maintenance
to keep issues in check and make sure your furnace is in working order.
Finding a smaller problem now can save you from an even larger, costlier
problem in the future. We also offer 24-hour rapid response, in case you
have an emergency and are in need of immediate service to address your
furnace or heating system issue.
Contact the Arlington Furnace Pros from Tom’s Mechanical
We encourage you to contact the
residential heating and cooling professionals from
Tom’s Mechanical, Inc. as soon as you have a problem. If your furnace breaks down in the middle
of the night or if you are simply looking to schedule some minor repairs,
we are the experts that you can trust.