FURNACE & HEATING REPAIR
The Best Furnace Repair in Las Vegas
Did you know? There’s a service company in Las Vegas that gives you access to emergency repairs 24/7, and will do standard maintenance, repairs, and installations with same-day delivery speed. That company is Priority Services of Las Vegas, where the priority in our name is you.
See, it doesn’t take a skilled technician to recognize when something has gone wrong. Whether it’s a strange smell from your heating vent or the simple fact that your furnace blows cold air, identifying a problem is easy it’s what comes next that requires a skilled hand.
Our expert team of skilled technicians will examine the problem and find the cause. Rather than putting in a stop-gap measure to simply deal with the symptoms, we’ll address the root problem and prevent further issues down the road. Give us a call if you need any help with:
- Fuel Furnaces
- Electric Furnaces
- Heat Pumps
- Water Heaters
- Duct Cleaning & Sealing
Common Furnace Issues
Of course, one of the most common problems is a furnace that won’t start. For fuel-fed furnaces, sometimes the pilot light won’t start, or the vents never blow warm air, despite the furnace operating. For the former, you could be looking at a lack of fuel or a damaged pilot light. Always check the fuel level for your boiler or furnace to make sure that isn’t the issue. If the problem is with your pilot light, don’t try to fix it yourself, call a professional immediately. If the furnace starts, but no air is flowing through your vents and registers, your furnace blower may have broken down. A lack of airflow suggests that either the fan isn’t moving the warm air out of your furnace, or a blockage in the air ducts is preventing heated air from leaving the duct.
You can listen to your furnace to see if the blower fan is operating. If you hear the fun running, but don’t feel any heat coming from the vent, then a blockage is likely. The simplest fix is to check your furnace filter and make sure it’s clean and installed correctly (arrows on the filter should point toward the furnace). The next step is to inspect and clean your ventilation ducts. A clogged vent duct is a safety hazard, and will prevent your house from warming up.
Of course, if you use an electric furnace, a lack of heat can be caused by a damaged heating element. If your fan is operating but only cold air is coming from the vents, call a support technician to inspect the heating coil.
Heat Pump Repair
Just like how an air conditioner can break down or stall during the summer, a reversible heat pump can run into similar issues during the winter. If your heat pump saw a lot of use during the summer, then it’s best to get your heat pump inspected before any major problems develop. Otherwise, Priority Services will be happy to help if any issues do arise during the winter. Whether it’s a condenser issue, a lack of refrigerant, or simply a problem with your fan, Priority Services will be there when you need us.