Furnace Repair in Sayreville, New Jersey
A reliable furnace is an absolute necessity during a New Jersey winter. If your furnace is on the fritz, call the furnace repair company Sayreville homeowners have called since 1977 — Arctic Air Conditioning!
Your neighbors have relied on us for furnace repairs for more than 40 years because we provide fair pricing and exceptional services.
Schedule your furnace repair in Sayreville today by contacting us online or calling (732) 455-9110!
When Should You Call for Furnace Repair?
As we mentioned, furnaces should operate efficiently and quietly for most of their 10–15 year lifespan. You may even need to replace your furnace as a last resort if repairs are not able to fix the problem. Thankfully, we offer a wide selection of heating products for your Sayreville home! However, there are certain issues that can be solved with a furnace repair:
Your furnace isn’t producing any heat – This is more common at the beginning of the heating season (and can be prevented with a preseason furnace tune-up). If you’re not getting any heat from your furnace, make sure the thermostat is set to HEAT mode and at the right temperature. If the thermostat is set up properly, you may just have a tripped circuit breaker, a blown fuse, or a malfunctioning pilot light. If your furnace isn’t creating heat, give us a call to get it fixed quickly.
Your furnace isn’t producing enough heat – If your furnace is producing some heat, but you feel like it’s not as much as usual, first check your filters and make sure they’re clean. If changing the filters doesn’t fix the problem, call Arctic Air Conditioning for a furnace repair in Sayreville—your gas burners may need to be adjusted.
Your furnace cycles on and off frequently – Short cycling can be caused by a number of things, from an oversized furnace or undersized ducts to clogged air filters that cause the motor to overheat. If you’ve changed the filter and the problem persists, give us a call—you may need to lubricate the blower motor or adjust the fan belt.
The blower fan seems to be running constantly – If your blower fan seems to run nonstop, make sure the fan setting on the thermostat is set to AUTO instead of ON. If it is, or if your thermostat doesn’t have a fan setting, schedule an appointment today—you may need to replace or repair your furnace’s fan limit control switch.
Your furnace is too noisy – If your furnace makes a lot of noise when it runs, it could mean the pilot needs to be adjusted or your furnace components need oil. Whatever the case may be, give us a call for furnace repair!
Your pilot light is burnt out – if your furnace’s pilot light is burnt out, it needs to be relit—simple as that.
Whatever issue your heating system may be facing, schedule furnace repair in Sayreville with Arctic Air Conditioning by contacting us online or calling (732) 455-9110 today!
Why Do Your Friends & Neighbors in Sayreville Choose Us?
Availability: Service is available 7 days a week. We have a fully stocked inventory of parts and supplies for the following manufactures: Lennox, Goodman, Ruud, Rheem, York, Carrier, Bryant, Comfortmaker, Trane, and many more!
Reliability: You can rely on us to install and service your equipment in a timely and efficient manner.
Customization: We’ll customize a system to meet your heating and air conditioning needs.
Top Award-Winning Lennox Dealer: We are a Lennox Premiere Dealer and have received one of the highest awards from Lennox, “The Circle of Excellence,” in 2006, 2007, and 2010. See our awards »
Installations: Our equipment is installed by highly qualified, fully insured technicians who take pride in each and every job they complete.
Value: We’ll provide you with quality equipment and service at the lowest possible prices. Technical advice is given over the phone at no charge.
We’ve been providing quality furnace repairs to families in Sayreville since 1977. If you need furnace repair, call Arctic Air Conditioning today!
Contact us online or by phone at (732) 455-9110 today to schedule your furnace repair in Sayreville, New Jersey!