Top 10 furnace repair services in Heber, UT

Porch Pro Headshot Pleasant Air, LLC
Furnace Repair
Serves Heber, Utah
Pleasant Air offers HVAC services to the Pleasant Grove area. Call us today!
Pleasant Air offers HVAC services to the Pleasant Grove area. Call us today!
Porch Pro Headshot Neerings Plumbing & Heating
Furnace Repair
Serves Heber, Utah
(1,641)
Porch Pro Headshot  Harris Aire Serv
Furnace Repair
Serves Heber, Utah
(754)
Harris Aire Serv
Harris Aire Serv
Porch Pro Headshot AAA Comfort Specialist  LLC
Furnace Repair
Serves Heber, Utah
(183)
AAA Comfort Specialist located in Salt Lake City, UT, provides you with all HVAC and AC repair services. Get the best HVAC services at the absolute lowest prices in the area with no additional fees for nights and weekends. In addition to quality HVAC services, we also provide premium customer servi...Read more about AAA Comfort Specialist LLC
AAA Comfort Specialist located in Salt Lake City, UT, provides you with all HVAC and AC repair services. Get the best HVAC services at the absolute lowest prices in the area with no additional fees for nights and weekends. In addition to quality HVAC services, we also provide premium customer servi...Read more about AAA Comfort Specialist LLC
Porch Pro Headshot North Star Heating & Air Conditioning
Furnace Repair
Serves Heber, Utah
(121)
North Star Heating and Air Conditioning is your residential and commercial HVAC Contractor serving West Jordan and the entire Salt Lake Valley. Call us for same day service 24/7. Guaranteed satisfaction and reasonable rates.
North Star Heating and Air Conditioning is your residential and commercial HVAC Contractor serving West Jordan and the entire Salt Lake Valley. Call us for same day service 24/7. Guaranteed satisfaction and reasonable rates.
Porch Pro Headshot One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning
Furnace Repair
Serves Heber, Utah
(134)
One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning is a residential and commercial HVAC contractor in Salt Lake City, Utah. Our goal is to be the best HVAC company in Salt Lake City! Whether you need AC repair, Heating system installation or routine HVAC maintenance, One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning is the cont...Read more about One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning
One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning is a residential and commercial HVAC contractor in Salt Lake City, Utah. Our goal is to be the best HVAC company in Salt Lake City! Whether you need AC repair, Heating system installation or routine HVAC maintenance, One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning is the cont...Read more about One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning
Porch Pro Headshot Jones Heating & Air Conditioning
Furnace Repair
Serves Heber, Utah
(112)
When you select Jones Heating & Air Conditioning for installations and repairs, you are investing in the future. At Jones Heating & Air Conditioning, we believe in providing quality products and quality service. We've served Salt Lake Valley for three generations, and will provide a safe, comfortabl...Read more about Jones Heating & Air Conditioning
When you select Jones Heating & Air Conditioning for installations and repairs, you are investing in the future. At Jones Heating & Air Conditioning, we believe in providing quality products and quality service. We've served Salt Lake Valley for three generations, and will provide a safe, comfortabl...Read more about Jones Heating & Air Conditioning
Porch Pro Headshot FLO Mechanical Solutions, LLC
Furnace Repair
Serves Heber, Utah
(13)
FLO Mechanical solutions, llc is a locally owned and operated HVAC&R company. We service the Salt Lake Valley in commercial and residential. We are mastercraftsmen in what we do, from smart thermostats to BMS we have you covered. Top rated customer service and quality work are what we strive for in ...Read more about FLO Mechanical Solutions, LLC
FLO Mechanical solutions, llc is a locally owned and operated HVAC&R company. We service the Salt Lake Valley in commercial and residential. We are mastercraftsmen in what we do, from smart thermostats to BMS we have you covered. Top rated customer service and quality work are what we strive for in ...Read more about FLO Mechanical Solutions, LLC
Porch Pro Headshot Aire Serv of the Wasatch Front
Furnace Repair
Serves Heber, Utah
(76)
Heating & Cooling Service in Wasatch Front
Heating & Cooling Service in Wasatch Front
Porch Pro Headshot Bountiful mechanical
Furnace Repair
Serves Heber, Utah
(40)

Frequently asked questions about heating & furnace repair companies

Your furnace should be cleaned every year or every two years at the most. A yearly furnace cleaning can catch small problems and fix them before they become serious repairs. It's like how changing the oil in your car may prevent a breakdown in the future. You should plan to have your furnace cleaned before you need it in the winter. Most people leave this to the last minute, and HVAC companies become very busy as the temperature drops.

Some indicators that your furnace needs to be cleaned:

  • The temperature is inconsistent from room to room.
  • Your furnace is struggling to maintain the temperature you set.
  • The furnace produces no heat at all.
  • You have a higher than expected energy bill after turning it on.
  • You smell rubber, smoke, or oil when you turn it on. (It's normal to smell dust).
  • Your furnace flame is any color but blue, which can indicate an imbalance in the gasses.
  • It makes a loud bang, howling, or whistling sound. This points to clogged air filters, dirty burners, or a restricted fuel supply.

Some people consider cleaning the furnace in the spring rather than in the fall. The best practice is to vacuum the furnace out in the spring, then do your annual maintenance in the late summer or fall.

Regular furnace maintenance can extend your furnace’s life by years and prevent some costly repairs. Regular furnace maintenance involves taking apart essential components, inspecting and cleaning them, then reassembling them for use. These components include your furnace filter, blower, burners, and flame sensors.

You can tackle a lot of this work on your own. It may take a few hours to familiarize yourself with the tools and equipment if it's your first time maintaining your furnace. Once you know the drill, furnace maintenance shouldn’t take more than a couple of hours. Start by shutting off the furnace's electrical power and fuel supply. Once that’s done, the combustion chamber can be accessed, vacuumed out, and inspected for holes. If you find any holes, patch them with foil tape.

Next, thoroughly clean the blower compartment. This will remove dirt and debris. Like with the combustion chamber, you or a professional need to inspect for any holes. Don’t forget to replace the air filter. You may be able to upgrade the air filter so it protects against mildew, pollen, and other airborne allergens. If you have an oil furnace, you’ll also want to replace the oil filter. This should be done annually. Finally, oil the machine bearings, taking care not to over-lubricate them.

If your furnace makes odd noises, you should hire a professional as soon as possible. There are a few other indicators that your furnace needs professional attention. Excessive soot could mean your burners need adjustment or that the heat exchanger needs replacing. If your flame is pale in color or irregular, this can indicate dirty burners or a cracked heat exchanger. This is a potential hazard and requires a professional to investigate. If your furnace is short-cycling (which means it only runs for a short period of time before shutting off), you may have a thermostat issue or an overheating exchanger. This also requires the expertise of a professional.

You should have your furnace serviced annually for the best results. Some people will wait every two years, though better maintenance schedules often mean fewer surprises. Most times, when a furnace stops providing heat without warning in the winter, the issue could have been solved with a maintenance call the season beforehand. Maintained furnaces run at their best efficiency, which helps your energy bill.

Furnace services can reveal carbon monoxide leaks, a health hazard that needs to be fixed immediately. If left untreated, carbon monoxide can lead to dizziness, nausea, headaches, and even death.

When hiring a professional, whether for annual maintenance or repairs, a quick search for “Furnace repair near me” will bring up several local companies to hire. Most states require HVAC companies to be licensed. They should also be fully insured and bonded. A great HVAC repair company will be transparent in what they do and what they charge, and they should be able to show documentation if requested. HVAC companies get quite busy as the temperature drops, so consider calling in the late summer and get ahead of the rush.

Your HVAC company should be able to give you an estimate of what repairs will cost. Oil and gas furnace repairs cost more than their electrical competitors, but their maintenance costs should be similar. If your furnace is over ten years old, you should prioritize annual maintenance. Most furnaces need to be replaced within ten to twenty years. Most furnace companies will advise that any serious repairs to an older furnace may not last long and that replacing your furnace would be the best option.

If your furnace is not producing heat, there are several components you should check. Start with the thermostat - is it switched to “heat”? What temperature does the thermostat say compared to the actual room temperature? Try setting the thermostat to five degrees higher and see if the furnace kicks on. Replace the battery and check the wiring for any breaks. Ensure there are no loose wires within the thermostat, and blow away any dust while you’re in there.

Check the fuse box and the power switch for the furnace and ensure that everything is switched on. Occasionally, a clogged filter can cause the furnace to shut off, so check your filters next. The gas line should be open, but may be switched off for whatever reason. If the drain hose is particularly dirty or the chimney flue is clogged, this could also be why your furnace doesn’t produce any heat. Clean them of dust and debris and try the furnace again. After that, check the heat vents and ducting. Clogs in those areas may also affect your furnace’s heat.

If you’ve tried all that and your furnace still isn’t turning on, it’s time to call a professional to get your furnace repaired. They’ll also run through these basic troubleshooting steps, then move on to the complex components and causes of failure within furnaces. If your furnace is older than fifteen years or breaks down regularly, you may want to consider replacing it. New models are more efficient, and repairs can be expensive in the long run.

If you’re looking to have your furnace serviced or tuned up, the cost will depend on the type. An electric furnace can cost between $70 to $130 for a tune-up. Gas furnace tune-ups can cost between $80 to $170, whereas oil furnaces can cost between $100 to $200. A tune-up involves an inspection of the flues and vents, air filters, ignitor switches, fan belts, blowers, motors, electrical components, the heat exchanger, the condensate drain, and testing the thermostat.

Some HVAC companies have two standards for maintenance calls. A basic maintenance call will include a cleaning and offer a diagnostics report. The advanced maintenance call will involve a full tune-up and cleaning of your furnace’s sensors. This can cost between $130 to $200, whereas the basic (or standard) may cost between $70 to $130.

Other factors may alter the cost of furnace maintenance. If you do this at a slower time of year for HVAC companies, you may pay less. Also, if you have several HVAC systems, you may be able to get a discount. You may be charged more if your HVAC system is hard to reach. Some HVAC companies offer a discount for a maintenance plan. Others may charge more if you haven’t serviced the furnace in over a year, as more work will be involved.

The cost to repair a furnace is much higher than the cost to maintain one. The average repair cost for a furnace is anywhere from $100 to $600, based on the issue. There's a hidden cost as well - if your furnace is under warranty and you neglected the annual maintenance, the furnace company may not honor the warranty.

Furnaces make several different noises which indicate different problems. If your furnace is banging or booming when you turn it on, this likely indicates a delayed ignition. This can be attributed to a defective ignitor, a weak flame or pilot light, low gas pressure, or a burner malfunction. You should consult an HVAC professional for all these issues, as working with gas and fuel can be tricky.

Intermittent banging or booming is most likely caused by expanding and detracting ductwork. This doesn't necessarily need a fix, unless the noise is preventing you from sleeping at night. You’ll need to fortify the ductwork or replace it with round ductwork. Your furnace may make a dry squeal if any belts or bearings are worn. You can fix this yourself for relatively cheap, but a worn belt points to a lack of cleaning and maintenance. You may want to call a professional to inspect for other potential repairs that may be in your future.

If your furnace makes a high-pitched wail, it’s most likely an airflow problem. A dirty air filter and closed or blocked vents are your likely culprits. Rattling means a part is loose or your heat exchanger is cracked. If you hear the rattling right after you turn the furnace on, it's probably the heat exchanger. The rattling is likely the metal coils expanding. If you hear a constant humming, this is likely a motor problem for either the blower or the inducer. Humming sounds from your furnace requires a professional right away.

A furnace is a large machine. Like a car engine, if it’s making a noise that it shouldn’t, this is usually a warning sign before it breaks down entirely. Every time you use your furnace while it needs repairing, you risk damaging it further and racking up a higher repair bill.

Recent reviews for Heber furnace repair services

57505

The best company by far. Lower prices and higher quality than I experienced with any of the other heating and air companies

- Donald Leach
392865

They will come to your apartment and tell you one thing and turn around until your apartment owner and another.

- L. Nelson
77829

Excellent to keep appointment. Excellent value. Excellent work quality.

What a great experience

- Deborah Bailey
57490

Great company to work with.

- Dusty Johnson

All Heating & Furnace Repair Companies in Heber, UT

Porch Pro Headshot Mr. Good Guy Hvac LLC
Furnace Repair
Serves Heber, Utah
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Porch Pro Headshot Rapid Response Heating and Air - Lehi
Furnace Repair
Serves Heber, Utah
Rapid Response Heating and Air - Lehi is a reputable contractor in Lehi, UT. Since the start, our aim is to provide the highest level heating and air conditioning service. Make the right choice and call us today! Affordable Furnace Replacement, Affordable Air Conditioning, Reliable Air Conditionin...Read more about Rapid Response Heating and Air - Lehi
Rapid Response Heating and Air - Lehi is a reputable contractor in Lehi, UT. Since the start, our aim is to provide the highest level heating and air conditioning service. Make the right choice and call us today! Affordable Furnace Replacement, Affordable Air Conditioning, Reliable Air Conditionin...Read more about Rapid Response Heating and Air - Lehi

Latest projects near Heber

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Heber City 84032
Furnace Repair
Start Date
Within 48 hours
Type of project
Repair, maintenance or cleaning
Repair, maintenance or cleaning project
Heating and cooling system repair
Item to repair
Furnace
Furnace fuel source
Propane
Furnace problems
It won't turn on or off
When problems started
I'm not sure
Furnace age
More than 20 years old