Furnace Repair Denver
A broken furnace isn’t just an irritation — it’s a potential safety hazard that could lead to dangerous natural gas and carbon monoxide leaks.
Never attempt to DIY a malfunctioning furnace. For safe, lasting, and professional furnace repair in Denver, CO, and the entire Denver Metro Area, call our expert team at 888 Heating and Air Conditioning.
We repair furnaces of all makes and models six days a week to get your home back to comfort in no time. Call (303) 770-2776 or contact us online for speedy assistance with all your furnace repair issues.
Your Go-To Furnace Repair Service for Professional Results
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Should You Call a Technician? Diagnose Furnace Repair Issues in 5 Easy Steps
Having a professional check your furnace at the earliest sign of malfunction can save you a lot of time, money, and complex repairs down the road. Here are some helpful tips on how to tell if it’s time to call a technician:
1. Check the Power
If you’re experiencing furnace issues, the first thing you should do is check whether the furnace has power. If it doesn’t, you may be able to fix the issue yourself.
If you have easy access to the breaker box, take a look to check that all switches are in the right direction. Someone may have accidentally turned them off, or a fuse may have blown. If so, a simple reset to the main furnace unit could be all you need to get the system back to proper function. However, be careful not to touch or mess with any of the electrical connections.
If your furnace keeps blowing its fuse, it may have loose wires or faulty parts that our team can rectify.
2. Check the Thermostat
Next, check the thermostat. Is it working at all? Is it dialed in to the right settings, or has it switched modes accidentally? Digital thermostats can sometimes reprogram their settings without you realizing it, or your thermostat may have lost connection with the heating system.
In any case, try turning the thermostat up a couple of degrees to see what happens. If you aren’t sure how to change the settings and don’t have the thermostat manual at hand, you can find it online for free by looking up the make and model of the appliance.
Keep in mind that most modern thermostats have battery-powered digital components. Remove any old batteries and replace them with new ones to check if that changes anything. Make it a habit to replace all batteries twice a year — preferably, at the start of the summer and the start of the winter — to prevent common malfunctions.
3. Check the Pilot Light
If the thermostat seems to be working properly but the indoor temperature continues to drop, it’s possible that the furnace isn’t turning on at all. This often indicates a pilot light or electronic ignition issue.
Check to see that the pilot light is on. If the light is flickering or completely off, call a technician as soon as possible. You may also need to get a new thermocouple. A faulty pilot light will cause your furnace to work harder, resulting in unnecessary wear and tear and inflated energy bills.
4. Check the Air Filters
Air filters are critical to heating function. A clogged or dirty filter can create a draw on the furnace, causing damage to the unit and a decrease in indoor air quality. You should change air filters once every three months to ensure optimal furnace performance. If you are having difficulties locating or changing the filters on your own, our experienced technicians would be happy to help.
If none of the steps above seem to help, it’s time to call our experts at 888 Heating and Air Conditioning. We’ll inspect, diagnose, and fix your furnace in no time. Our technicians will arrive in fully stocked trucks with all the equipment they need to resolve most common furnace issues on the spot.
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Common Signs Your Furnace Needs Repair
At 888 Heating and Air Conditioning, we recommend an inspection if your furnace is more than ten years old or hasn’t been serviced for over a year. You should also call us immediately if the furnace struggles to maintain your desired air temperature or if you notice any of the following:
- Smell of gas
- Inflated utility bills
- Weak or non-existent airflow
- Cold air blowing from the furnace
- Clogged or dirty air filters
- Poor indoor air quality
- Water pooling near or under the furnace
- Constant or frequent cycling
- Malfunctioning thermostat
- Malfunctioning blower
- Flickering or switched-off pilot light
- Yellow instead of blue pilot flame
- Damaged ductwork
- Overheating furnace
- Rust on or around the furnace unit or the feeder pipes
- Strange noises or vibrations, including bangs, thumps, screeches, or scrapes
- Excessive dust, dirt, and dander around the air vents and in your home
- Uneven heating with persistent cold spots
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Furnace Repair in Denver FAQ
Read the answers to common questions we often hear in our practice:
It’s always best to call us as soon as you detect any glitches, but especially if you smell gas or see a yellow flame in the furnace.
All gas leaks are potentially deadly, so be sure to turn off the thermostat, get out of the house, and give us a call immediately. You should also call your local gas company to turn off the gas.
Likewise, a yellow burning flame (instead of blue) could be an indication that the gas isn’t burning properly and may be emitting carbon monoxide.
You should also call us right away if temperature changes are causing the heat exchanger of your furnace to crack. Even a miniscule crack can result in carbon monoxide seeping into your home.
Our technicians are trained in diagnosing and stopping gas and carbon monoxide leaks and fixing all types of gas furnaces. We also run a carbon monoxide check as standard protocol with every visit to ensure that your furnace is up to code. If you suspect a dangerous leak, call us right away — we offer emergency services six days a week during our extended business hours at no extra charge.
At 888 Heating and Air Conditioning, we service all popular furnace brands and models, including:
- American Standard
Don’t see your furnace brand on the list? No problem — just give us a call. Chances are our experienced technicians can handle it.
Yes, we do! We have running monthly specials on various services.
For even greater savings, you can join our 888 CARE Program to benefit from exclusive member discounts on all services, priority scheduling year-round, and FREE seasonal tune-ups of your furnace and air conditioning systems as part of your maintenance plan. The membership fee pays for itself with the first tune-up and can save you thousands of dollars in costly repairs and inconvenience.
Of course! Shopping around is critical if you want to find a reliable and professional furnace repair service that doesn’t cost the earth. If you already have a quote from another company, we’d be happy to give you a second opinion. We offer estimates with honest upfront quotes with no hidden fees and full price breakdowns.
There are numerous parts in your furnace system that may malfunction and need repair from time to time. However, most problems typically occur in the following components:
- Heat exchanger
- Pilot light
- Blower belt
- Air filters
- Ball bearings
We service furnaces of all dimensions. Whether you have a smaller or a larger furnace, our experienced technicians can help. The size of the furnace doesn’t matter.
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Why Choose Us for Your Furnace Repair Needs
We are a family-owned business that has been helping the residents of Denver, CO, and the entire Denver Metro Area with their furnace repair needs for over a decade.
Our technicians are fully licensed and insured and work with furnaces of all makes and models. We are clean, friendly, and professional, always show up on time, and often get the job done in one business day.
Your safety and comfort are our priorities. We’ll go above and beyond the call of duty to fix your furnace issues, prevent costly breakdowns, lower your energy bills, and get you back to your normal routine as soon as possible.
With 888 Heating and Air Conditioning, you get:
Your Go-To Provider for Denver Furnace Repair Near Me
At 888 Heating and Air Conditioning, we can take care of all your furnace repair needs. Call (303) 770-2776 or contact us online to schedule an estimate.
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