For residential furnace repair, choose Priority Services of Las Vegas. Our technicians have the knowledge and experience to keep your gas or electric furnace running efficiently. If you notice your heater is running longer than usual or you see a spike in your energy bill, your system could be in need of repair. Igniters and flame sensors typically wear out after about 4-5 years. These are parts that can be replaced instead of your entire unit. Our technicians can quickly diagnose and repair any furnace issues such as:
- Clogged Filter
- Igniter Malfunction
- Broken Sensors
- Heat Pump Failure
- Inducer Fan Motor
- Gas Valve Replacement
Call The Furnace Repair Pros
For furnace repair, you should always call a professional. Newer, high-efficiency furnaces contain a mix of valves, motors, and sensors, that if repaired incorrectly could affect the functionality and efficiency of your system. We know the ins and outs of furnace repair and our techs will always provide a thorough inspection of your heating unit.
Furnace Filters & Parts
A clogged air filter will restrict the air flow through your heat exchanger, causing your furnace to overheat. Regular furnace maintenance and filter replacement can prevent this from happening. The high-limit switch in your furnace detects any dangerous signals of overheating so it will kill the burners and run the blower fan, cooling the heat exchanger. After the system is cooled, it may still function, but leaving the clogged filter in place will eventually cause your furnace to shut down until the filter is replaced. Repeated shutdowns could cause damage to the high-limit switch.
Don’t DIY Furnace Repairs
There is a lot of information and resources available for the handy do-it-yourselfers nowadays, but there are specific tasks that should be left to the professionals. With furnaces, especially gas powered ones, there are a lot of potential hazards that can be overlooked by someone with no experience. For example, if you need to have your inducer fan motor replaced and it isn’t done properly, carbon monoxide could leak into your home. Replacing a gas valve can’t be done without calibrating it to the gas pressure and furnace specifications of your home. Improper calibration could result in gas leaks, a high gas bill, or even damage to your heat exchanger. Trust us; you want to go with a licensed and bonded company with experience for these types of repairs.
Furnace Repair Services In Las Vegas
If your furnace is in need of repair, contact Priority Services of Las Vegas. Our team of technicians can troubleshoot any issues you may be having with your heater and will provide you with a quote for repairs. Contact us today for more information.