A problem with your furnace can leave your home and family in the cold. It can also put your safety at risk. Fortunately, you can trust IRBIS’s certified furnace technicians to repair your heater and prevent any additional issues this winter.
Furnace Repair By Industry-Leading Professionals
Furnace issues take many shapes and forms. No matter what kind of heating problem you have, IRBIS can fix it. Our certified technicians can complete any type of furnace repair, no matter how big or small it is. They are professional, courteous, and committed to getting the job done right and promptly, so your comfort and safety are quickly restored.
Why IRBIS is the best:
IRBIS Is Always Ready to Help
As a Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer, we install extremely reliable models and high-quality replacement parts. These parts are stocked in our trucks. Therefore, when our technicians arrive and diagnose the problem, they can often repair any furnace in the same visit. We’ll also keep you informed with text alerts so you know when they expect to arrive.
Our technicians are fully trained to troubleshoot and correct any issue with a gas or electric furnace. If your furnace suddenly stops working, there may be additional problems such as a gas leak or electrical short. These cannot wait, which is why we act quickly to ensure your comfort and safety.
We also offer discounts, financing, and other opportunities to save, such as maintenance plans, so you get the furnace repairs you need and save over the long run.
Signs that Furnace Repair Is Needed
Warning signs of inconvenient, often dangerous problems include a lack of heat. This can be caused by anything from a dirty filter to a failed pilot light, ignition, or gas valve. A sulfur/rotten egg odor signals a natural gas leak, while a burning smell also means there’s a serious problem. If your carbon monoxide alarm goes off, CO gas is entering your home (possibly from a ventilation blockage or failed heat exchanger), so call for help right away.
Other Reasons to Call a Furnace Repair Professional
A furnace that turns on and off a lot is short cycling. It can be caused by a dirty flame sensor or a damaged fan limiter, thermocouple, or another component. When the blower doesn’t shut off, try to reset the fan limit switch; if this doesn’t help, there may be a wiring problem. Also call for help if the furnace is loudly buzzing, banging, whining, or groaning. And if the energy bill is higher, your furnace may be using more fuel and power due to an internal problem our technicians need to fix.
Can I Stop My Furnace from Breaking Down?
Proper maintenance can prevent a furnace breakdown. The air filter should be changed every three months; clogged filters are known to cause many problems. Check for and clear clogged vents if possible. Scheduling regular maintenance with your furnace repair contractor is also an effective preventative measure. It allows them to perform inspections, tune-ups, and minor repairs so your heater can run more efficiently and last longer.
Contact IRBIS For Immediate Furnace Repair
Whether you live in San Jose or anywhere in the South Bay Area, IRBIS is ready to visit to assess your problem or respond to an emergency. Our technicians will do whatever it takes to restore the comfort and safety of your entire home. They’ll perform an inspection of your heating system in addition to your AC, thermostat, and ductwork as well as check for any electrical issues.