If you need your furnace fixed in a jiffy, please give Homezera a call. We know how important it is to keep your home warm in the colder winter months, and we certainly know how important it is to keep the people living in your house safe. That's why we want to offer you the best quality furnace repair this side of New London, CT. If your furnace is acting up, not heating correctly, or worse, not heating at all, please give us a call. Our number at Homezera is (855) 979-7576 for furnace repair in New London, CT.
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Average Costs For Furnace Repair
The cost for keeping warm during the winter can be a concern for some people, especially families on a budget. That's why we want to offer you the lowest priced, yet best quality furnace repair New London, CT has ever seen. We here at Homezera try to offer the most affordable rates but for the highest quality service. And take a moment of your time to analyze our pricing graph. As you can see we provide the most competitive rates around for the quality of service that we offer. So for a free quote on furnace repair in New London, CT, give us a call now. That number again is (855) 979-7576.
Furnace Repair in New London FAQ
What are the Warning Signs that my Furnace may be in need of Repair?
Aside from the obvious lack of heat coming out of your unit, there are other red flags that you should be aware of. The first being the age of your furnace. A furnace over ten years old may not be heating as efficiently as a newer model, and if you've noticed a steady incline in energy prices it could be time to consider the alternative. Also if your furnace hasn't been serviced in over two years, it could be time for a checkup. And any loud noises coming from the vents in your unit are other warning signs that should be taken care of. So if any or all of these symptoms seem to plague your furnace please give us a call today. We'll be out there as soon as we can to repair your furnace. That number one more time is (855) 979-7576.
In the Case of a Gas like Smell Coming from around my Furnace, what should we do?
The first step is to calmly but quickly leave immediately, especially if the odor is confirmed by multiple household members and makes people dizzy. After the home is evacuated, locate and secure either a cell phone or a neighbor's landline and call your local gas utility provider. Afterwards please stay outside the residence until the situation is resolved.
How Often should my Furnace be Serviced?
Typically professionals recommend that you have your furnace looked at every year a full season before winter is about to hit. Unfortunately, many homeowners wait until the colder months have started to turn on their furnace units. This translates into the common problem of many houses realizing that they do have heat all about the same time, which stretches us thin in terms of what areas we can service. That's why we here at Homezera really want to stress trying your furnaces earlier than the first cold days starting to kick in. And this becomes a more urgently pressing issue the older your model is. Your local fire stations agree with us on this subject as well, as furnace maintenance is an integral part of fire safety for homeowners.