Very professional from start to finish. The plumber who came out wore a mask the ENTIRE time!! Was very cautious and also wore gloves properly. We called this company and they were able to come out the next day. Upon arrival the technician was covered up for our safety and his. After reviewing our issues he was straight forward and did not push us to do work that was not needed. He was able to resolve our issue right then and there and you wouldn't have even known he was here when he left. Respected the orders in place due to COVID and extremely reasonable when it came to the resolution. Very happy we contacted them especially considering the precautions needed during this Pandemic time. Definitely know who to call next time we have any plumbing issues.
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The furnace is one of the most important appliances in your home. While the appliance controls the temperatures of the air and water, the entire furnace system directs how well the air circulates and how much dust and allergens are filtered out.
An aging furnace typically fails during the harshest weather conditions when it is being pushed to its limits. Dealing with an unexpected malfunction always results in higher costs for repairs and replacement costs than if you address issues as they arise. Relatively inexpensive maintenance, such as tightening motors, replacing igniters and checking electrical connections, can prolong the life of your expensive equipment.
Warning signs that your furnace is facing problems include higher heating costs, strange noises and a flickering pilot flame. In many cases, we can identify quick and cost-efficient solutions that allow you to delay replacing your equipment. However, if your furnace is approaching the 15 to 20 year mark, it is likely time to start looking at your options.
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Choosing a quality installer is the most important factor in your furnace running at its peak performance. With more than 30 years in the furnace repair business, our expert technicians understand how to bring all these elements together to find the perfect solution for your home. We stand behind every product that we install and are always available to address any issues that arise.