Furnace

What our Gas fitters will do is a 30pt. hands-on inspection, cleaning, servicing, fine-tuning and complete electrical check. The benefits of having your gas heating appliances serviced on an annual basis ensure savings on your gas bill, prevent breakdowns from occurring, giving confidence that your furnace will run safely, efficiently, and prolongs the life of the furnace.

We Install or Repair the Following Companies for HVAC

Lennox, Carrier, Trane, American Standard, Ducane, Goodman, Maytag, Rheem, Ruud, Frigidaire, Tempstar, Amana

Our Furnace Repair Services Include:

Furnace RepairHeating RepairsHeating System
Furnace InstallationFurnacesGas Furnaces
New FurnaceGas Furnace RepairFurnace Replacement

Since furnaces are complex heating systems, they can be dangerous if not handled correctly. A furnace has many moving parts that are most commonly connected to either a gas or electrical power supply. This means that when it comes time to service them, safe handling and proper furnace repair techniques are necessary to prevent injuries or other potential hazards. This is one reason that you should call the trusted furnace repair contractor at Royal Heating at the first sign of a furnace malfunction.

Furnace Service Checklist

  • Test for carbon monoxide leaks

  • Inspect heat exchenger (for any cracks or pinholes)

  • Test and check motor and fan condition

  • Inspect & adjust burners (make sure flame is the right height and color)

  • Test gas pilot safety system

  • Check electrical control wiring (to see if any burnt, or bare wires and loose connections)

  • Check for proper air requirements (Air to gas ratio, for optimal savings on gas bill)

  • Check power vent system

  • Check vent damper operation

  • Check pulleys & shaft

  • Check door switch

  • Clean & inspect thermostat

  • Check blower operation

  • Inspect filter & electronic air cleaner

  • Check gas piping for leaks

  • Examine flue & vent connectors

  • Check ventor blower operation

  • Test spark ignition

  • Check pressure switch

  • Check spillage

  • Inspect igniter

  • Test operation of limit controls

  • Check fan belt & adjust if needed (make sure not worn, cracked or frayed, and not on too loose or too tight)

  • Lubricate fan & motor bearings

  • Check & clean pilot

  • Check combustion & ventilation

  • Test pressure switches

  • Check condition of vented system

  • Check condensate line condition

  • Check roll out switch

  • Check safety controls

  • Check temperature rise across heat exchenger