Furnace Repair Grove City
Heating Repair Services Grove City Ohio
Have you searched for furnace repair near your location with little results? Stringtown Heating & Cooling offer furnace repair and hvac services a notch above everyone else. We have the best team of repair technicians with a number of years and experience to make your decision easy when choosing a heating contractor to work with.
You need one of the best heating and cooling companies to work with in Columbus and the Grove City area. Not tooting our own horn but, you have stumbled upon one of the greatest. Feel confident when choosing to work with the leading HVAC repair company in the area.
What if I need my furnace replaced?
Obviously we are keeping all our customers best interests in mind when it comes to repairing your furnace. If the situation arises and we are unable to repair your furnace, or if the repair costs exceed what you should pay, considering the expected lifetime of your existing heating system for your home, we will let you know if a furnace replacement is a better option.
We are not in the business of ripping off our customers and will advise you of your best options.
For example, say your unit was going to more than likely need replaced in a year but, to repair the current issues was going to cost you $1800 it would honestly not be worth investing that amount of money and would be a wiser choice to perhaps replace the unit entirely.
We will help you on these decisions and what is the best option.
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HVAC repair services for your furnace at an affordable and reasonable rate! Fill out the form below or give us a call to schedule your diagnostic call.
FAQ Furnace Repair Questions
Here are some of the most common questions asked about repairing your furnace.
Why did my furnace stop working?
A clogged furnace filter can cause a furnace to shut off. Dirty filters are the most frequent cause of furnace issues. Dust and dirt restrict airflow—and if the filter gets too clogged, the heat exchanger will overheat and shut off too quickly, and your house won’t warm up.
How do you relight a pilot light?
Once the gas has had time to dissipate, turn the knob to “Pilot.” Then, hold down the “Reset” button and bring the flame of a long lighter close to the pilot light opening. This should light the furnace pilot light. Once you are sure the pilot light is on, release your pressure on the reset button.
What would make a furnace not turn on?
Check to make sure power to the furnace is on. There’s a power disconnect switch by the furnace, even gas systems use electricity. Check the fuse/breaker at the electrical panel for the furnace to make sure the breaker has not tripped. Make sure the power switch next to the furnace is in the “On” position.
Do electric furnaces have a pilot light?
Standing Pilot Ignition. You’re probably familiar with a standing pilot light. It’s a little blue flame that sits in front of one of the furnace burners and burns continuously. Hot water heaters, gas fireplaces, and old gas stoves also often have similar standing pilot lights.