Grapevine, Texas Furnace Installation & Repair
Keeping Your Home Warm & Cozy
While Texas climate mainly brings hot, sunny days, the nights can still get pretty chilly or sometimes even close to freezing during the winter months. A malfunctioning furnace just won’t do. That is why at the first sign of a furnace issue, make sure to contact Coventry & Gattis Air Conditioning, Inc.! Our Grapevine furnace installation and repair technicians are NATE-certified and highly trained in the repairs of all furnace brands and models. Since 1971, our full-service company has always been a trusted and recommended service team in the local community. We are professional, courteous, and can get the job done right in a timely manner.
Signs That You Need a Grapevine Furnace Repairs
At Coventry & Gattis Air Conditioning, Inc., our HVAC technicians are knowledgeable in the repair of all types of furnaces including electric, gas, and oil. With over 46 years of experience, we have been accustomed to the common nuances of different furnaces and you can trust that we can provide you with accurate diagnoses and effective plans for repair.
Some signs that your furnace is in need of repairs include:
- Your furnace is not heating enough
- Your furnace is not heating at all
- The blower is continuously running
- Your furnace is too noisy when operating
- The unit is cycling between on and off modes frequently
Our competent heating technicians in Grapevine are committed to restoring your furnace to optimal performance. However, if we find that a replacement is a more cost-efficient solution, we tell you right away so we can discuss the specifics of a furnace replacement. We are prepared to help you select and install a new furnace for your home. We even have financing options available, with approved credit, so you won’t have to worry about the financial strain of this valuable investment.
How Long Does a Furnace Last?
The lifespan of a furnace typically lasts between 15 and 20 years, depending on how well it is maintained. Poor maintenance can reduce the life of a furnace to as little as 10 years, while regular maintenance can extend its life and keep it running efficiently.
Pilot Light Problems & Troubleshooting
Since a pilot light is essential to keep your furnace operating, it is helpful to know how to troubleshoot the component if it is not working properly. Everyone who owns a furnace has the pilot light blow out from time to time. Usually, you can simply relight the flame on your own. However, if your flame continues to go out you may have a problem with the thermocouple that requires professional attention. Another problem to watch out for with your pilot light is the color of the flame. The flame should always burn blue. If it burns yellow or orange, call us immediately. This could indicate your system is releasing carbon monoxide. One way to avoid a flame that burns incorrectly is to consistently have the intake valve cleaned through routine furnace maintenance. If you are trying to light your flame, but nothing is happening, you can check the gas valve to make sure it is open.
Let Us Handle All Your Furnace Needs
Whether you’re in need of a simple furnace tune-up or a complex furnace installation in Grapevine, Texas know that you can rely on Coventry & Gattis Air Conditioning, Inc.! Our furnace and AC repair team members are Trane Comfort Specialists, which means that you get only the best products, installation, service, and customer satisfaction.