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Furnace Repair

FURNACE REPAIR PROS WHO PUT YOU FIRST

There is nothing more critical during the winter months than dependable heating in your home or business. If your heater or furnace is unreliable, inefficient, or downright unresponsive, you may need a furnace repair or furnace replacement and we can help. Jack Harrison Heating & Air Conditioning has accumulated 20+ years of experience in heating repair, service, maintenance, and installation. We have extensive industry knowledge and competency that ensures your project or service will be done with your comfort and satisfaction as our #1 priority!

  • Same-Day Service Available
  • Upfront, Flat-Rate Pricing
  • Friendly, Knowledgeable HVAC Techs
  • Parts & Labor Warranties
  • Financing Options
  • We Service, Maintenance, and Install ALL BRANDS

SIGNS YOUR HEATER NEEDS A REPAIR AND NOT A REPLACEMENT

NOT TURNING ON

The problem may be a tripped breaker or the thermostat. These may be trouble shot over the phone if you give us a call and we would be happy to talk you through it. If you are not comfortable investigating the breaker or thermostat on your own, please feel free to give us a call and we will come right out!

ODD SOUNDS

Screech!! Grind! Grind! Grind! If you are hearing these noises, the issue is probably the blower motor or belt.
BOOM! If you hear that, your furnace may have a delayed ignition and you should have that checked out ASAP.
Rattle! Rattle! Rattle! A rattling sound usually means something is loose but could indicate a cracked heat exchanger.

FREQUENTLY TURNING ON AND OFF

Your furnace should run slow and steady. If it isn’t, there could be a problem with the airflow or the thermostat. Frequent on and off cycles could also mean an oversized unit that’s short cycling, which might mean you should look into replacing your furnace.

WEAK AIRFLOW

Is the air coming from the vents weaker than normal? This could be a number of problems. A common problem in this case is the air handler’s fan belt or motor.

YELLOW BURNER FLAME

Your pilot light should be blue. If it is burning more yellow, you should call a professional immediately. A yellow burner flame means your unit isn’t getting enough oxygen, which is usually a result of a clogged intake valve. A yellow flame likely means your furnace is producing harmful carbon monoxide because the excess gas is going straight into your home.

Do you have one of these listed issues? Stop searching for “Furnace Repair Near Me" and contact us right away to schedule your Service Call!