Furnace Repair Suffolk County
Your furnace plays an important role in keeping you and your family comfortable during winter. If your furnace start to malfunction – or worse – stops working, it can be a huge inconvenience. Don’t let a broken heater leave you cold and shivering!
Long Island Service is dedicated to providing high-quality furnace repairs. Our team of licensed and experienced technicians is capable of repairing different types of furnaces, regardless of the make and model. We believe that your customers deserve nothing but the best, so we make sure to offer outstanding customer service and exceptional furnace repairs.
Make sure to call Long Island Service for more information!
Signs You Need to Have Your Furnace Repaired
Many homeowners don’t think much about their furnace as long as it does what it has to do – until it doesn’t. If your furnace isn’t functioning the way it used to, have it checked by a reliable HVAC company to avoid further problems. You don’t have to wait until your furnace completely breaks down! It’s best to address any issues early on to avoid costly repairs and replacements.
When to Call Long Island Service
If you’re experiencing one or more of the following signs, make sure to contact Long Island Service to schedule an appointment ASAP.
- Trouble Starting the Unit: As your furnace ages, you may have trouble starting the unit and keeping it on throughout the day. If you need to frequently restart your furnace or try multiple times to start the unit, then you might need a repair.
- Low Airflow: Blockages in the ducts or fan/fan motor problems can reduce the flow of air. Low airflow and low heat levels force your furnace to run twice as hard, which raises monthly rates and the chances of a system breakdown.
- Damaged Pilot Light: It’s important to pay close attention to the color of your pilot light. A working pilot light should appear blue, but if the pilot light appears to be yellow, it can be a sign of damage. The change in color happens when gases (carbon monoxide) disperse properly. If this happens, call Long Island Service ASAP! This can cause serious problems for you and your family.
- Foul Odor: It’s normal for the furnace to smell like fuel, especially when it’s the first time you’ve turned it on during the year. However, furnace odor should be gone after as your furnace operates. If you notice a foul odor around your unit, you may have a problem with your heating system. Gas leaks or excessive dirt and grime are one of the many reasons why your furnace smells. It’s best to call Long Island Service so we can assess the problem and determine the cause.
Schedule Your Furnace Repair Today!
When you need schedule furnace repairs, you want to hire technicians you can trust. At Long Island Service, our technicians have the licenses and experience when it comes to HVAC services, including furnace repair. To know more about us, don’t hesitate to contact Long Island Service and speak with one of our technicians today!