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FURNACE REPAIR & GAS HEATER REPAIR SERVICE
When your furnace malfunctions during the cold weather, the house begins to feel uncomfortable rather quickly. We can help. Our experts are proficient at working with top furnace brands like Kenmore, Trane, Lennox, Goodman, Carrier and Coleman and can restore heat to your home no matter what time of day it is.
Heating systems we repair when your furnace stops working
Whether you have an electric or gas furnace, you shouldn’t have to suffer when your heater isn't working. At Sears Home Services, our technicians fix many of the top furnace manufacturers. The issues you may face with your furnace can vary depending on the type of heating system. If you own an electric model and it isn’t working, some of the potential causes include:
- A broken or faulty wire
- Water damage to the electrical system
- A faulty starting capacitor
While gas models will face similar issues, when your furnace isn't igniting, it may struggle due to one of the following faults:
- A faulty pilot light
- A thermostat that needs calibrating
- Heat-control issues that result in incorrect feedback to your thermostat
No matter what the issue is, we want to reassure you that we’ve seen it all. Our technicians have years of experience and can help troubleshoot your furnace problems. Thanks to our extensive knowledge of big name brands, we provide efficient services for in-home heater repair.
While speed is always of the essence when we’re performing furnace repairs, we never compromise on quality. To learn more about how we can repair your home’s furnace and heating systems, contact us today. We also offer gas furnace replacement.
Did you know Sears Home Services fixes most major appliances, including refrigerators, televisions, and HVAC systems? See everything we repair.
WHY SEARS HOME SERVICES?
Average of 4,000,000+ homes serviced/year. Over 1,000,000 5-star ratings.
Free parts and labor if the problem recurs within 90 days.
2,500+ manufacturer-trained technicians with 10+ years of experience.
QUALITY PARTS FOR HUNDREDS OF BRANDS
Repairs for most major brands, no matter where you bought it.
Furnace brands we repair
No matter where you bought it, we can fix it. We repair most major brands, makes, and models.
Sears Home Services is the only nationally authorized Kenmore service provider.
FIVE STAR SERVICE
Fast, Efficient and Knowledgeable
Dave arrived 20 minutes early which was a real bonus so things started off great even before he looked at anything. I left him alone to diagnose and repair my furnace and within about 20 minutes he had completed a PM and replacement of parts. We test ran the furnace and he talked me through my two zone system with confidence. I certainly appreciated the time he took to explain everything and look forward to working with him again. Nice guy.
Brian V, Eagle, WI
May 26, 2023
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Let’s face it. Working remotely from home has some advantages. No early alarm setting. No commute. Pajama dress code. Saving money by eating lunch at home. No sitting in a confined office space. In other words, working from home can be rewarding and there are lots of ways to enhance your productivity from home. Here are some work-from-home tips as suggested by our remote Sears Home Services team:
Is your home heating system ready for winter? Watch our video to see HVAC preventive maintenance steps for fall and learn how to get your furnace ready for the cold weather.
Now is the perfect time to think about calling the experts for an HVAC checkup.
A professional preventive maintenance check will make sure that when the time comes to switch your unit from cooling to heat, your furnace will keep you warm during the cold winter months ahead. But that’s not the only benefit — regular HVAC maintenance can help your furnace run more efficiently and prevent costly repairs down the road.
Lennie Arroyo, HVAC service district manager for Sears Home Services, gives a how-to tutorial on the inspection process.
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Do you consider yourself an HVAC pro? Or do you only think about your heating and cooling system if it breaks down? Regardless of which faction you fall into, one thing is for sure: There’s a lot that goes into maintaining your HVAC system.
From remembering how (and when!) to change your filter to scheduling routine maintenance checkups in the spring and fall, keeping your system running smoothly throughout the hot and cold months can seem overwhelming.
If your head spins just thinking about the complex system, don’t worry. We’ve compiled our most helpful HVAC videos all in one place so you can gain a better understanding of your heating and cooling system once and for all. Whether you’re interested in knowing more about the Sears HVAC Savings Program or need to learn how to choose the right air filters for your home, we’ve got you covered.
If your air conditioning system isn’t cooling or isn’t working at all, check out our tips that help troubleshoot the top 5 most common AC problems.
When you fire up your AC, does your cooling system sound like a velociraptor is trapped inside it? Are there bumps and groans you’ve never heard before? Is the cooling just not cool? Your system might be falling prey to one of five common problems. Troubleshoot the issues with these tips from Russ Katsov, an HVAC expert for Sears Home Services.
Watch our video for each step of an air conditioner spring preventive maintenance checkup, including inspecting the airflow, compressor, fan, motor and filter.
Spring has sprung, and that means summer is right around the corner, so it’s time to make sure your air conditioner is ready for action. For many people, this isn’t a DIY job.
Call the experts at Sears Home Services, and a technician will come out to do a full inspection and make sure all systems are good to go. That way, your air conditioner will be ready to keep you cool this summer. Regular HVAC maintenance can help your air conditioner run more efficiently and prevent costly repairs down the road.
Lennie Arroyo, district manager for Sears HVAC service, gives the inside scoop on the inspection process that Sears experts will perform.
Has your furnace stopped working? These top 5 furnace problems and their simple solutions may help to get it working.
Having trouble with your furnace? You’re not alone. Fortunately, many problems have easy DIY fixes. The first step: Check whether your HVAC system has power. You don’t want to have a service tech come to your home just to flip a switch at the breaker box. If power isn’t the problem, check other possible glitches before calling for service.
Troubleshoot furnace issues with these tips from Martin Orozco, an HVAC pro at Sears Home Services. While these suggestions work for most furnaces, you should check your furnace’s manual first to make sure you’re not voiding your warranty.
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Can freezing temperatures damage your home appliances? Should you turn off your heat before leaving for vacation? Here’s what winter weather can do to your appliances — and what you should do help prevent problems.
Old Man Winter can be harsh, and he ushers in the coldest months of the year, along with ice and snow in many parts of the country. When the temperatures dip below freezing, how does it affect your appliances? Is there anything you can do to prep for it? And, if you live down south, do you even need to worry about it?
The answers? Yes, yes and yes.