Home furnaces come in handy, especially during the cold season. Unfortunately, freezing temperatures sometimes overwork these furnaces. As the heat dissipates at alarming rates, your furnace may enter into an on and off cycle to keep your home warm and cozy. The outcome can be increased energy consumption or a drop in furnace efficiency.
Don’t incur outrageous energy bills or subject your family to frigid nights when your furnace overworks. Help is only a call away. Call Harris Plumbing, Heating Air & Electrical for your furnace problems and emergency services.
Harris is your trusted HVAC provider. We offer a wide variety of furnace services such as installation, repair, and maintenance all over New Jersey.
We have qualified, licensed furnace technicians to ensure homeowners get quality services. Our professionals offer expert advice to enable you to make sound decisions when repairing your furnace.
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Installing the right furnace in your home is vital since it will help save cash in the long run. The ideal furnace will warm your home more efficiently and save energy because it doesn’t work extra hard.
At Harris Plumbing, Heating, Air & Electrical, we have expert HVAC technicians who can help you select and install a suitable furnace for your New Jersey home.
- Electric Furnace Installation and Replacement
Installing an electric furnace is less expensive than other furnaces. Unlike gas furnaces that require natural gas line piping installation, electrical furnaces only require electricity.
That said, electric furnaces can be costly to run due to high-power consumption. Overworked electric furnaces also have minimal lifespans.
- Gas Furnace Installation and Replacement
These are the most installed furnaces because they’re more efficient than oil furnaces. Gas furnaces are very cheap to run since their energy source is natural gas. This makes them an ideal choice for furnace replacement.
Gas furnaces have their cons, too. There’s a risk of carbon monoxide buildup when using a gas furnace in your home. In addition, your furnace must undergo continuous maintenance for its entire life. Gas furnaces are also less efficient than their electric counterparts.
- Oil Furnace Installation and Replacement
Oil furnaces are not common, but they have numerous benefits. Unlike gas furnaces, oil furnaces don’t leak carbon monoxide into your home. Oil furnaces heat large spaces more evenly, but they need an on-site tank to store oil or fuel. Oil has the lowest heating efficiency rating based on its energy source, and it’s more expensive than natural gas.
Furnaces are liable to fail a few times in their lifetimes. Before a total failure, they might display warning signs to homeowners. You can prevent such failures by proactively solving the underlying issues.
Harris Plumbing, Heating, Air & Electrical professionals will inspect your furnace to identify any potential signs that can lead to furnace system breakdown. After inspection, we repair broken furnaces.
Some of the tell-tale signs of a furnace that needs repair include:
- Furnace not producing enough heat: If your furnace is on and it’s not giving out enough heat, there must be a problem. Most likely, your furnace has clogged or has a dirty air filter, which is the major cause of furnace breakdown.
- Furnace not heating at all or changing temperatures drastically: This is mainly due to thermostat malfunction or failure. A faulty thermostat can cause power, gas, pilot light, or fan problems, ruining your home comfort. Call Harris Plumbing, Heating, Air & Electrical technicians to carry out a furnace repair diagnostic before the work starts and restore the comfort levels in your home.
- Electric ignition or pilot light issue: Electronic ignition or pilot light issues can make your furnace not turn on. When the weather becomes colder, a flickering pilot light makes your furnace system work extra hard, causing unnecessary tear & wear and skyrocketing energy bills.
For your furnace system to function well and give you 100% efficiency, it’s essential to have an annual furnace maintenance tune-up from HVAC professionals. Harris offers the best furnace maintenance and tune-up services in New Jersey.
Regular furnace maintenance ensures homeowners get peak efficiency and save heating costs. It also reduces the risk of furnace failure, extending its lifespan. Besides, the turn-up services help keep your family comfortable and safe during winter.
Call Harris technicians anytime for the annual furnace maintenance services, but the ideal time is when the summer starts. Our HVAC experts will do the following during maintenance:
- Inspect your furnace’s air filter closely and check whether the thermostat is working correctly.
- Check and ensure that the air ventilation ducts are open and clear.
- Clean all furnace components such as fan blades, blower, and drain line to ensure they work well.
- Lubricate all motor parts of your furnace to prevent expensive repairs.
- Inspect any furnace cracks, leaks, and wear & tear in and around the appliance.
- Make sure that all furnace’s electrical components are functional and free of corrosion or rust.
Contact Harris Today for Furnace Service
Our certified technicians will ensure that every part of your furnace is functional, giving you efficient heating. If our HAV experts find out that your furnace requires some repair during maintenance, they will let you know. This helps you to know the best solution for your furnace & heating system. Harris Plumbing, Heating, Air & Electrical professionals give you an upfront price of all the services to ensure you work on your budget limits.
Call us now for furnace installation, furnace repair, and furnace maintenance in New Jersey and surrounding areas.