Furnace Repair Omaha
When the heat goes out here in Omaha, it is important to have a trusted company to call for furnace repair. Accurate Heating & Cooling has been an established Omaha HVAC provider for over 20 years. Give us a call today at 402-238-2425. We repair all makes and models of furnace heating units and repair both commercial and residential furnaces. If you have any furnace repair questions or just need a second opinion about a furnace repair were here to help. Call us for all of your heating and furnace service needs. And if your heating equipment fails we can also install a new furnace, air handler, or geothermal unit in your home.
Common Omaha Furnace Repair Issues
There are some typical furnace repairs that happen to all models of furnaces.
- Furnace won’t start
- The Furnace starts but won’t stay running
- Furnace makes unusual noise
- Blower in furnace not working
- Blower in furnace making squealing sound
- Furnace shuts down a few seconds after the flame starts
- Inducer in furnace won’t start
- Inducer in furnace is noisy
- Orange glow in furnace for a few seconds then goes out
- Furnace won’t satisfy thermostat heat setpoint
- Water present at the base
- Furnace not blowing hot air
- Thermostat isn’t responding
- No power to thermostat
Common Omaha Furnace Repair Applications
Accurate Heating & Cooling can repair all of these furnace issues. The above furnace issues can affect all the various furnace designs identified below.
- Residential gas furnaces
- Residential propane furnaces
- Electric residential furnaces
- Older standing pilot furnaces
- Also older intermittent pilot furnaces
- Older direct spark furnaces
- Newer hot surface igniter furnaces
- Commercial furnaces
- Commercial roof top unit furnaces
- Geothermal heat pumps
- Electric wall mounted heaters
What Happens on a Furnace Repair Call?
One of our professional service technicians will diagnose the heating or furnace repair issue. Then we will explain the issue and offer options available for the repair so you can decide whether repair or replacement is the best option for you. Once you decide on the course of action, we will promptly get your heat back on.
Common Things to Check Before Calling Accurate
Check the thermostat. Many thermostats have internal batteries that can fail. A lot of the thermostats that have batteries will display a dead battery symbol on the screen. This is an indication that the battery needs changed out. A dead thermostat battery may prevent the furnace from operating. It is also possible that the thermostat was turned off or the setpoint was adjusted lower than normal. If your home has an older mercury thermostat and you wanted to know more about why there is mercury in this thermostat, check out this blog.
Check the furnace air filter. This is a very common source of furnace trouble. A clogged air filter can cause the furnace to overheat and shut down. Restricting air flow through the furnace can make the furnace components work harder and can lead to parts failures. A shortened furnace life may also result. Maintaining a clean furnace filter will prolong the reliable operation of your furnace. For a standard 1” air filter, it is recommended to check and/or replace the air filter monthly. For some information on what size air filter is best for your home, refer to this blog.
Make sure the gas is turned on. From time to time we are called about a furnace not working and we show up to find that the gas was turned off. Someone may have turned off the gas valve down at the furnace. Or the little valve handle for the gas valve caught on someone passing by and was closed. In some cases, the gas company may have shut off the gas out at the meter. If other gas operated appliances like a stove or a water heater also have no gas, then the gas may be shut off out at the meter.
Call Accurate Heating & Cooling for a Service Call
If these common troubleshooting items do not resolve the furnace or heater issue then it is time to give us a call. Give us a call at 402-238-2425. We have 24 hour emergency service and will be out any time of the day or night.
Regular Furnace Maintenance
An important step to ensure your furnace keeps running all season long is to schedule annual furnace maintenance. We will come out in the fall to perform a furnace clean and check. This furnace clean & check will make necessary adjustments in the furnace. And we will check the health of the vital parts of the furnace. We can identify when a part is weakening before the part goes out. This will save a costly repair down the road. And may save you from having the furnace fail on the coldest day or weekend of winter. The cost for the furnace clean & check is affordable and the piece of mind is priceless. For information on maintenance items that homeowners can perform to keep their HVAC system running smoothly, refer to this blog. We also offer information on the benefits of home humidification at this blog.
Furnace Upgrades as an Option
An option for older, less reliable furnaces is to upgrade to a new furnace. The newer furnaces are substantially more efficient than your older furnace. Furnace AFUE ratings of 95% and higher are available. They are also much quieter and provide more balanced home heating. The home will be less drafty, the room temperatures will be more uniform, and you will definitely notice the difference on the gas bill. We can provide you with a free estimate on a new furnace. Just call us to schedule a time.
For some information on furnace brands that we install, refer to this furnace page. And for more technical information on Trane furnaces, visit the Trane website here. We also install professional grade Armstrong furnaces. Visit the Armstrong website here for more information.
Accurate Heating & Cooling is an established heating and air conditioning contractor serving the Omaha metropolitan area. We also service surrounding communities including Elkhorn, Valley, Waterloo, Bellevue, La Vista, Papillion, Blair, and Council Bluffs. Call us today at 402-238-2425.