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Issues with an air conditioner can lead to some uncomfortable, sticky and sweaty afternoons here in Pittsburgh, and even small issues can turn into big AC problems if left unrepaired, making it crucial to call a trusted HVAC contractor if you think there’s something wrong with your AC.
At Calfo, we believe in doing a job right the first time, and that’s why each of our technicians receives 10,000 hours of industry-specific training. Regardless of what kind of furnace repair you need, you can rest assured that we will accurately diagnose the issue and repair it without cutting corners, so you can get back to living in a comfortable and efficient home.
How it works
Our 3-Part Furnace Repair Process
2) Assess your upfront pricing options
Your AC repair technician will ask you a few questions so they can When your heating and cooling technician arrives, he/she will ask you a few questions to get an idea of what your home comfort symptoms are, and the goals you have for your furnace or boiler. From there, your Calfo furnace repair specialist will inspect and diagnose your heating system, and provide you with multiple repair options and the upfront cost of each before any work begins. No surprises. No sticker shock. No pressure.
3) Get your furnace fixed today
Once you have signed off on the agreed price for the recommended repairs, your Calfo furnace repair specialist will get to work. All of our trucks are fully stocked, so your tech will have all the parts they need to fix your furnace right then and there.
Did we mention that we always clean up before we leave? When your repair is completed, we’ll always take the time to clean up after ourselves, leaving your home as clean as we found it.
Average time to fix a furnace: 45 minutes to 2 hours
Common Pittsburg area furnace repairs
- Blower motor replacement: $650-$900
- Igniter replacement: $350-$500
- Thermocouple replacement: Starting at $150
Cost to repair a furnace in Pittsburgh
Part that needs to be repaired: The cost of your furnace repair will vary greatly depending on what part of your furnace needs to be repaired or replaced. For example, replacing a broken thermostat is going to be a lot cheaper than replacing a heat exchanger. In some cases, you may need to repair or replace multiple parts, which will also increase the cost of your repair.
Repair vs. replacement– Depending on what’s wrong with your furnace, it may be best to replace your entire system altogether. For example, heat exchangers are very expensive parts, and the cost to replace them is usually not worth saving your current furnace. After taking a look at your furnace, a tech will help you determine whether you should invest in repairing your current system or if you should just replace your system altogether.
Whether or not your warranty is valid– If your furnace is still under warranty, the cost to repair it will probably be quite a bit cheaper. Your furnace likely came with two warranties: a parts warranty (which covers the cost of parts) and a labor warranty (which covers the cost of labor). You can check with the manufacturer of your furnace and/or the company or contractor you hired to determine if your warranties are still valid.
Learn more about the factors that affect the cost to repair your furnace on our blog, “How Much Does a Furnace Repair Cost in Pittsburgh?“
Solid Steel Guarantee
If you are not satisfied with the results of your furnace repair, we’ll use all our might to make it right. We back our workmanship 100%, and if there is anything wrong with your equipment we take care of any red-tape associated with manufacturer warranties.
We are only interested in selling you the heating equipment you and your home actually need—we are not motivated by sales quotas or exclusive manufacturer agreements. Calfo is the heating and air conditioning contractor you can trust!
Want to fix it yourself? Try these tips:
Need a hand assessing your current furnace issues? If your furnace isn’t blowing hot air, is making a strange noise, or your furnace won’t turn on, try these steps:
Check that the thermostat is in the “heat” position
It seems simple, but it is always good to check your thermostat is set to the correct setting (and you’d be surprised how many times this is the culprit!).
Check the furnace’s circuit breaker
Go to your breaker box, and make sure the heating circuit panel has not switched to “OFF”. If so, switch it back to “ON” and try your furnace again. If your furnace turns back on, wait a few minutes and go check the breaker box again. If the circuit has tripped, call the heating experts at Calfo right away.
Change your filter
Due to Pittsburgh’s harsh winters, a filthy furnace filter can quickly block airflow, which can eventually cause your furnace to overheat and shut down. Calfo can also help you determine if and when it is time to replace your furnace’s dirty filter, to keep your air clean and your furnace running efficiently.
Unblock and open any supply vents
A common home-heating misconception is that closing the unused air vents in a home can save energy. Open all of the vents in your home to allow even pressure throughout your ductwork. You may also want to try unclogging your furnace condensate line, by attaching a shop vac or industrial vacuum to the end of the condensate drain (white PVC pipe) on the outside of your house.
Get help for your failing furnace as soon as possible. Call Calfo, and we’ll roll out the red carpet! Call us or get in touch here.
Dylan was very knowledgeable and walked me through everything without me even needing to ask any questions. I never felt like I was being up-sold or looked at like an ATM machine. All work being done or needed was thoroughly described and discussed before anything was done. Excellent service.
5 Stars all the way
They explained what they found to be the problem and then fixed it. I would definitely recommend Calfo to my friends, family, and anyone who needs a plumbing, heating, cooling, or electric professional. 5 stars all the way.
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