Los Angeles, CA

Serving LA County

15

Years Serving Los Angles

Home Furnace Repair

“We strive to have the fastest and best priced Furnace repair in the Los Angeles Market”

If your furnace stops working we understand you need help fast. Our techs can be onsite to help educate and guide you to the proper repairs to your furnace.

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Los Angeles Furnace Repair

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Furnace Repair services

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Excellent skills & Quality work

Call and ask about our process and how we ensure we deliver outstanding Furnace Repair services at competitive prices. 

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Service

Licensed technician will show up at your door, on time with the tools necessary to complete the job.

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Satisfaction

Have confidence knowing that our service and workmanship is backed by a 100%  Satisfaction Guarantee.

Customer appreciation

As homeowners with families ourselves, we care deeply about the health and happiness of our customers

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(833)446-6387

Our location

733 North La Brea Ave Unit #200 Los Angeles, CA 90038

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Furnace tune-ups involving checking all of the system’s essential components and adjusting, cleaning, testing, and/or lubricating them, as needed. … Inspecting the vent system and air intake grilles, removing any blockages. Checking the heat exchanger for signs of damage or corrosion.
The average time it will take is usually somewhere between 4 to 10 hours depending on the type and size of the furnace that you are installing. Larger, more complex units usually take a bit longer than smaller, basic units. Most modern combustion furnaces will last between 15 and 20 years.
Yes, you can. However, there are a number of issues to explore before you make the decision to buy and install a new furnace yourself. With the exception of a few cities and counties with strict installation rules, homeowners around the country are free to purchase and install their own furnace.
Dirty filters are the most common cause of furnace problems. Dust and dirt restrict airflow—and if the filter gets too clogged, the heat exchanger will overheat and shut off too quickly, and your house won’t warm up. If the blower is running but no heat is coming out, replace the filter.
 
Most forced-air heating systems are still poorly designed and installed. No! Don’t put your furnace in the attic! Furnaces should be installed in your basement or a mechanical room near the center of your house — not in a vented attic, vented crawl space, or garage.Jan 24, 2014