Furnace Repair

Keep Your Furnace Running Efficiently With Regular Maintenance And Tune-Ups

Furnace repair is typically only thought about when your furnace isn’t working. However, at Sky HVAC, we like to promote maintenance, inspections, and tune-ups before the winter months. These practices can help minimize the cost of repairs, and energy bills, and help keep your furnace working straight through the coldest nights. Although we do promote these steps, we also understand that things happen and furnaces can break. Because of this, we are also a 24-hour, full-service furnace repair company. We are proud to say that we have best-in-class technicians and customer representatives working around the clock for your peace of mind and comfort

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How Can You Tell If Your Furnace Needs Repairs?

Even with regular maintenance, your furnace may eventually need professional repair. We don’t live in a perfect world, after all! Luckily, you have an honest and dependable furnace repair company that is available 24/7 to help!

Look out for these common signs that you need furnace repair:

SHORT-CYCLING – If your furnace runs for a few minutes at a time, then shuts off again

STRANGE SOUNDS – Rumbling, popping, whistling, or scraping sounds usually indicate a problem

IRREGULAR BURNER FLAMES – Flames that are uneven or lean toward the back of the furnace

CRACKED HEAT EXCHANGER – A crack in the heat exchanger may lead to a carbon monoxide leak. Carbon monoxide poisoning can cause frequent headaches, flu-like symptoms, and even death

Call Us For Emergency Furnace Repairs

Even with the best maintenance and care, furnaces can still break. As unfortunate as this is, Sky HVAC offers 24-hour services to ensure your family’s safety and comfort. With that said, many people will try to wait until the next weekday to place the call for furnace repair. Sometimes this is feasible, but if there are young children or the elderly that live in the home, this could be a detrimental decision. Hypothermia and frostbite can occur quickly and without much warning. Signs of frostbite can include cold, numbness, pale, or hard skin. Hypothermia is typically indicated by shivering, slurred speech, shallow breathing, and a weak pulse.

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Furnace maintenance and repair is a big responsibility, and we would love to be able to help you with it. Our technicians are trained not only in furnace tune-ups and repairs but are also able to spot catastrophic problems that may result in emergency failures. Anytime these issues are spotted, we are happy to give you all possible options in order to best fit your needs.

The Sky Club  Maintenance Program

Our Sky HVAC air conditioner tune-up and maintenance services includes a 21-point inspection. We make sure your system is running at peak performance by checking amp draws, refrigerant levels, etc., which will save you on energy cost. We inspect critical components (motors, capacitors, condenser coils, compressor, etc.) thus ensuring system reliability.

We will also conduct a full inspection of your AC duct system to make sure there are no air leaks that can be responsible for reduced airflow. An AC tune-up will ensure that your air conditioning system will be running as efficiently as possible and give your peace of mind knowing that your system won’t break down when you need it most!

Sky HVAC is a licensed HVAC contractor, rated A+ by the Better Business Bureau, a Duke Energy Trade Partner, a Gas Advantage Partner of Piedmont Natural Gas and has been accredited as a Great Place To Work.

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