Licensed Furnace Repair & Furnace Maintenance Technicians in Collinsville, IL
Keeping your furnace in perfect condition has been our job at Garrett Heating & Cooling for over 25 years. Our experienced and certified HVAC technicians know just how to spot any issue imaginable when it comes to your gas or electric furnace or boiler. As a family-owned and operated company, we take pride in providing excellent customer service to all of our clients in Collinsville and Caseyville, IL with 24/7 emergency furnace repair and maintenance services. Whether your home furnace is not heating your home evenly or the pilot light is out and will not relight, you can trust that our heating and cooling specialists are here to inspect and repair your furnace as fast and efficiently as possible. Keep your home nice and warm this winter with help from Garrett Heating & Cooling and receive a free estimate on your next furnace repair service!
What exactly is furnace maintenance? Well, just like any other appliance or even your vehicle, furnaces require special cleaning and preventative maintenance so that they can last upwards of 15-20 years. Heating systems that are not taken care of tend to last no more than a decade and can even cause safety issues early on depending on the seriousness of the matter. Ensure the longevity of your home’s gas or electric furnace by regularly cleaning around the base of your furnace, changing out your air filter once every 3 months, frequently check the status of the pilot light (if you have a gas unit), and schedule an annual inspection from your experts at Garrett Heating & Cooling in Caseyville, IL.
At Garrett Heating & Cooling, we know firsthand that every homeowner wants to ensure the safety of their property and family by maintaining their furnace. However, there are still some that choose to put off calling a professional when their furnace is not running properly or breaks down completely. While it may seem like a good idea to avoid future repair costs, there are a variety of benefits that come with hiring a certified HVAC technician for a furnace repair or maintenance service. Not only do our technicians work diligently to repair your heating systems, but investing in us means that the life of your furnace will be extended, energy efficiency and performance increase, safety is no longer a concern, and you won’t have to worry about future failures. Give our shop a call today for a free estimate on your furnace repair service!
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Boiler Repair & Maintenance
You may be wondering, what exactly is the difference between a boiler and a furnace? Both heat your home, right? Yes, but they do so in different ways! A furnace uses gas or electricity as its main source of energy to create heat that flows through your air ducts and into your vents, heating your home. A boiler, while still using gas or electricity, actually heats water that sits in the bottom of the tank that then flows through a network of pipes within the walls and basement/crawlspace of your home to generate heat.
If your boiler is making odd noises or not properly heating your home, you can rely on Garrett Heating & Cooling to provide expert boiler repair and maintenance services in the Collinsville, IL area. Don’t let your home freeze, call us today and we will inspect, repair, and provide preventative maintenance to your boiler system.
Signs You Need Your Furnace & Boiler Repaired
Have you noticed a decrease in the efficiency of your furnace or boiler? Are you realizing that the rooms of your home are getting colder by the day? This may mean that your boiler or furnace requires an inspection and potential repairs from a professional heating specialist at Garrett Heating & Cooling. You may be wondering, how exactly do you know when to call a certified HVAC technician? Here are some of the most common signs for homeowners to be on the lookout for when suspecting issues with their furnace or boiler:
- No Heat Is Being Produced
- There are Signs of a Water Leakage (Boiler Only)
- The Pilot Light Is Out
- Foul Odors Coming From Your Boiler
- Poor Energy Efficiency
- You hear Noises When Turning Your Heat On