Depending on the kind of furnace you have, the furnace repair process will be slightly different. Most gas furnace models present fewer problems than oil burners, so if you are looking to invest in a new furnace, talk to one of our technicians about the benefits of this option. Always remember that gas appliances are not completely foolproof – if you smell gas in your home, you may have a gas leak and need to be extremely cautious. Call an expert to help you assess the situation and provide a solution that keeps your home and your family safe. Ideally, keeping your furnace in prime condition should help eliminate the need for major repairs. This includes the pilot light, furnace housing, valves, and many other small components that might escape your notice. A G+S technician won’t miss a beat when they evaluate your furnace and make a plan for the repairs.
Emergency Furnace Repair
Some warning signs are more obvious than others. You don’t want to reach the point where you need emergency repairs to make the decision for you because your furnace completely conks out unexpectedly. Hopefully this won’t be the case with your heating system, and regular maintenance can catch most problems before they develop. However, if you do need emergency furnace repair, make sure you call on the most reliable team available. For more information, get in touch with a G+S expert today about furnace repairs so you can keep your home or office warm and comfortable even when it’s cold out. Contact us online or call us today at 704-933-2256.
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