When it comes to heating, furnace repair should be fast and reliable. After all, you rely on your heating system to keep you warm and safe from winter weather. If you need furnace repair, look no further than Public Service Plumbers. Our HVAC service team always arrives on time and is ready to make repairs during the same visit.
Contact Public Service Plumbers to begin your heating repairs, and experience the best customer service in the Dallas area.
Expert Furnace Repairs
Not much is worse than paying for HVAC repairs that don’t last. It’s a waste of time and money and leaves you without proper heating in your home. That’s why Public Service Plumbers works hard to offer high-quality repairs that Dallas residents can count on to keep their furnaces running smoothly all winter.
We even offer 24-hour emergency furnace repairs — if you have an HVAC emergency, you can call us any time or day. When you need furnace repairs, count on the team that’s dedicated to your home’s comfort: Public Service Plumbers.
Signs You Need Furnace Repair
It can be difficult to tell when your furnace isn’t working properly. Aside from a full breakdown, HVAC problems tend not to be obvious. But spotting issues early on can prevent bigger ones later.
Keep an eye out for these signs that your furnace needs to be repaired:
- Uneven heating
- Yellow pilot light (gas furnaces)
- Inadequate heating
- Spikes in energy costs
- Frequent cycling
- Foul odors
You should monitor your furnace closely for these signs if it’s over 15 years old. Older heaters inevitably need more repairs as they near the end of their life span.
Full-Service Heating & Cooling
At Public Service Plumbers, we never cut corners or lie to you about what your HVAC system needs. We’ll always do our best to repair your furnace, but we’ll tell you if it’s better to replace your heating system. If it’s time for a new furnace, our team will guide you through the furnace installation process and ensure you end up with the best choice for your home and budget.
We’ll also come back to perform regular maintenance and make repairs when needed in the years to come — whether we installed your furnace or not.
Why Choose Public Service Plumbers for HVAC?
Public Service Plumbers offers some of the best HVAC services the Dallas area has to offer. Run by third-generation plumbing professionals, Public Service Plumbers knows everything there is to know about providing excellent customer service.
Now we’re putting all that knowledge to good use by offering superior HVAC services as well, from heating and cooling repair to indoor air quality solutions. We’ve gathered a team of skilled HVAC professionals to provide comprehensive heating and cooling services with the same exceptional customer service our company is known for.
We don’t send technicians to your home unless we’re fully confident in their abilities to provide high-quality technical and customer service throughout every visit. Our technicians are trained, experienced, and licensed, with all the skills needed to service any heating system.
We’re committed to keeping your home comfortable, so you can expect excellent customer service from start to end. At Public Service Plumbers, we promise HVAC services that are done right the first time every time — or they’re free.
Contact Public Service Plumbers today for more information or to request furnace repairs.
Frequently Asked Questions About Heating Repair
How do I repair my heating system?
While DIY furnace repairs seem like a great way to save money and time, this couldn’t be further from the truth. Without the proper tools, training, and experience, repairing your heating system yourself can:
- Damage your heating system
- Void the manufacturer’s warranty
- Cause injury to yourself or others
- Cost more in secondary repairs
- And more!
How long should a furnace last?
Furnaces that receive routine maintenance last 10 to 15 years on average. Modern heating systems, such as heat pumps, are more energy-efficient than ever and feature a life span of 15 to 20 years.
Why won’t my house warm up when the furnace is on?
If your furnace is struggling to heat your home, call your local heating company for repair. Common causes of this issue include:
- Blocked air ducts
- Malfunctioning blower capacitor
- Clogged drain lines
- Ductwork leaks
- Dirty exhaust flue
- Broken pilot ignitor