Furnace Repair & Service
Detroit Furnace Repair
When your furnace isn’t working, it’s important that you call a professional you can trust. Andy’s Statewide Heating & Air Conditioning provides expert maintenance and heating system service. Your furnace may be the only thing standing between your family and freezing temperatures. Hiring our professional team to attend to your furnace concerns is the best investment you could make for your comfort and the life of your system. You’ll get a better result, every time.
Once we arrive, you can relax, knowing that our heater repair technicians are ready to handle virtually any problem you might have with your heating. We start working right away, so that we can identify the source of the problem and determine the best fix to get your home heating working well again. Call us to learn more about our maintenance service or to schedule furnace repair in Detroit.
Beat the Chill With a Furnace Tune-Up
There are few parts of the country where winter is harder than it is in Michigan. Here, the winter is long and icy, with many months of furnace use each year. Once the temperatures start to drop in the fall, a broken furnace could become a terrible situation. One of the best things you can do to prevent this nightmare from coming true is to contact us for a seasonal furnace tune-up.
It’s best to schedule a furnace tune-up once a year, generally in the fall. We’re happy to come to your location in Detroit or the surrounding communities. For a minimal fee and a short amount of your time, we can help assess the condition of your furnace and ensure that it is ready for another long season of heating. If we discover a problem on the horizon, we’ll be in the perfect position to provide furnace repair service.
Our furnace tune-ups include:
- Cleaning: We’ll clean the outdoor unit, blower, fan blades, drain line, and coil to ensure your furnace is free of any dirt and dust.
- Inspection: We’ll thoroughly check for cracks, damage, or wear and tear that could cause future problems.
- Testing: We’ll check your system by testing the fuel pressure, airflow, thermostat controls, and the pilot or igniter.
- Lubrication: We’ll check all of the motor parts to ensure they’re properly lubricated in order to prevent damage to the system.
$79 Furnace Tune-Up*
*Standard price of tune-up is $109. Price valid for one working system. For gas or heat pump systems only; does not apply to oil fired systems. Valid at participating ARS® Network locations. Not valid for third party, new construction, or commercial customers, with any other offers, discounts, or on prior sales. Call service center for details. Coupon required at time of service. Void if copied or transferred and where prohibited. Any other use may constitute fraud. Cash value $.001.
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When to Call for Furnace Repair
For a lot of people, the furnace works until it doesn’t. If you know what to watch for, you can spot a number of signs that your furnace isn’t producing like it should. At Andy’s Statewide, we believe it is important to pay attention to the way that your furnace operates and make note of any changes in performance. The sooner you call attention to the problem, the more likely you are to find a fix before it damages other parts of the system. Here are a few questions you should ask yourself when evaluating your furnace performance.
Even if only one of these issues applies to your furnace, it’s still wise to call our furnace technician for assistance:
- Is your furnace or heating system making unusual noises?
- Are you having difficulty keeping your home warm?
- Is there weak airflow coming from your vents?
- Do your utility bills seem unusually high during the winter months?
- Has it been more than a year since your last heating system tune-up?
Common Furnace Repair Problems
Your furnace is a complicated system with a lot of pieces that have to work together properly in order for you to get effective heating each day. All it takes is for one of these parts to malfunction or start to fail, and you may notice a significant drop in your heating output or efficiency. Some problems are obvious signs that you have a furnace repair emergency, while others might be less clear. Here are a few of the most common:
- Dirty or clogged air filter
- Malfunctioning thermostat
- Furnace not heating well or at all
- Frequent cycling
- Excess noise
- Blower running continuously
Can’t Repair It? Let’s Talk Replacement
Sometimes, a furnace repair service call reveals a critical flaw that can’t be fixed with your existing furnace. Furnaces tend to last about 10 to 15 years. As such, it doesn’t always make sense to invest in repairs for a system that is already on its way out. If your furnace is particularly old, repairing it might not even be an option.
The goal of heater repair is to get your system back to fully functioning. In some cases, that means furnace replacement and installation. The good news is that we can handle all of it. If our technicians determine that replacement is the best approach, we can talk you through your choices and explain our financing and payment options. We’ll schedule a time that works for you, helping to ensure that you don’t have to go too long without effective heating.
Ideal Furnace Repair
If you need furnace repair, it’s a relief to know that you can call on our technicians to provide excellent service in Southwest Michigan. We have years of experience taking care of residents in Detroit, Lake Orion and Troy, MI. You can rest assured that we stand by our work with an Exceptional Service Guarantee. If you’re not satisfied with the result, we will work to set it right.
You don’t have to suffer with a cold home when you can call Andy’s Statewide for 24-hour furnace repair. Just one contact puts you on the path to a warm home again.
Call Andy’s Statewide for Furnace Service Today
Contact Andy’s Statewide Heating & Air Conditioning to book an appointment for furnace service. Our company serves all of metro Detroit, including Kent County, Lapeer County, Livingston County, Macomb County, Monroe County, Oakland County, St. Clair County, Washtenaw County and Wayne County.