When you think about it, replacing your old furnace or air handler seems like a no-brainer. You’ve made many repair calls in the last couple of years, and you are looking for consistent heat and a more energy efficient system.
It’s not worth throwing all your money into furnace repair when you could buy a new unit that will save you money in the long run. Call Acors and Griffith at 804-226-0853 and ask about the furnace options we have available for you.
You notice a strong gas smell. If the furnace isn't running, check the emergency shut off and your breaker. Switch them off, then on again. If the system still does not work, call us to determine the source of the problem.
We might be the last people you want to talk to, but in a situation like this, Acors and Griffith should be your very first call. We’ll be there in a jiffy and get the job done fast – so you can get back to your life and not have to worry about needing another furnace repair anytime soon.
Acors and Griffith's furnace repair technicians are prepared for any type of heating repair, whether your furnace is electric, gas, duel fuel, heat pump, oil or a boiler. We have all the tools and knowledge needed to get the job done right the first time. Think of the repair process as though our technician were skilled doctor, working tirelessly to diagnose and provide the proper prescription for your home’s comfort problem.
The efficiency and performance of today's furnace equipment is one-and-a-half to two times greater than those available 30 years ago as a result of technical advances such as:
- Clean or replace air filters
- Lubricate motors & bearings
- Inspect coils & elements (clean if necessary)
- Check refrigeration levels
- Check electrical connections
- Inspect drain pan
- Check pressure switches
- Inspect blower wheel
- Check voltage & amp draws
- Level units if necessary