Furnace Repair in Los Angeles

Los Angeles Furnace Services

Choosing a new furnace for your home, especially if you have no experience in the heating industry or if you have never had to select a furnace before, can be overwhelming. Once you start looking, you'll quickly see that there are many heating options on the market. Choice is always a good thing until it's not. With so many options to choose from, knowing how to pick the right furnace feels stressful and difficult without help.

You're probably wondering why there are so many choices. Well, essentially, because every home is different and they all require different heating solutions. If you are looking for a new furnace or an all-in-one system for your home, it is a good idea to contact the Los Angeles heating experts to help you choose the perfect system for you while offering reliable heating repair and maintenance solutions.

Southern California HVAC Service Leaders

The Los Angeles heating experts at Speedy Heating & Air Conditioning can help you find the perfect unit to warm your home. One of our agents can come to your home and measure it to determine the type of heating solution that would best suit your needs.

There are two basic types of furnaces: a forced hot air furnace and a hot water furnace. A forced hot air furnace heats oil or gas and blows hot air throughout your home. A hot water furnace uses oil or gas to heat the water in a large tank, then distributes it throughout your home to heat the space.

If you're curious about which type of furnace is the best solution for your needs, or you want to know more about installing one, please call (888) 312-8692 or contact us online.

What are the Signs You Need Furnace Repair?

Here are some signs to look out for:

  1. Lack of Heat: If your furnace is not producing enough heat or is not heating at all, there may be an issue with the heating element, thermostat, or other components.
  2. Strange Noises: Unusual noises such as banging, clanking, or squealing could indicate problems with the blower motor, fan, or other mechanical parts.
  3. Frequent Cycling: If your furnace turns on and off frequently, it might be a sign of a malfunctioning thermostat, a clogged filter, or an issue with the airflow.
  4. Pilot Light Issues: If you have a gas furnace and the pilot light is frequently going out, it could be a sign of a faulty thermocouple or a gas supply issue.
  5. Increased Energy Bills: A sudden increase in your heating bills without a corresponding increase in usage may indicate that your furnace is not operating efficiently.
  6. Uneven Heating: If some rooms in your home are much colder than others, it could be a sign of an issue with the furnace's distribution system or ductwork.
  7. Yellow Pilot Light: In a gas furnace, the pilot light should be blue. If it's yellow, it might indicate a combustion problem, and you should seek professional help.
  8. Visible Signs of Damage or Rust: Inspect your furnace for any visible signs of damage, rust, or corrosion. These issues can affect the performance and efficiency of the system.
  9. Frequent Repairs: If you find yourself frequently needing to repair the furnace, it may be more cost-effective to consider replacing it.

If you notice any of these signs, it's advisable to contact a licensed HVAC professional to inspect and repair your furnace. Regular maintenance is also crucial in preventing potential issues and ensuring your furnace operates efficiently.

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