24-Hour Furnace Repair in New Jersey
It’s the middle of the night and your furnace is the only thing protecting your family from the near record-breaking low temperatures outside. It’s at this point – when your furnace is pushed to its limit – that something in the system malfunctions and the heat goes out. You wake up at 3:00 in the morning shivering, only to discover that your thermostat is non-responsive when you attempt to set the temperature higher.
This unfortunate situation and others like it are more common than you think. The high probability of a furnace breakdown outside regular business hours is the reason Air Professionals provides 24-hour emergency furnace repair in New Jersey. Count on us to get your heating system up and running again, day or night, weekend or holiday.
Signs You Need Furnace Repair
There are a few signs you can be on the lookout for when it comes to determining whether your furnace is in need of repair services.
- The furnace is blowing out cool air from your vents: Place your hand over several supply registers while the furnace is running. If the air exiting every register feels cool, something could be preventing your furnace from generating the proper heat.
- The unit won’t cycle on or off: If the furnace won’t cycle on, first make sure it has power by resetting any tripped breakers and replacing blown fuses. If it still won’t come on, you need a repair. On the other hand, if the furnace runs for hours and never cycles back off, you also need a repair.
- The system is making strange noises: Rattling, banging, humming, whining and other noises are signs your furnace is about to break down. An emergency repair could potentially prevent the problem from worsening.
- Some rooms are difficult to keep comfortable: When you walk around your home, do some rooms feel nice and toasty while others remain chilly? While several factors could be to blame for this, a malfunctioning furnace is certainly a possibility for this temperature inconsistency.
- The furnace doesn’t keep you as warm at your normal thermostat setting: Maybe you always keep the thermostat at 69 degrees in the winter. If one day you notice this setting feels much colder than usual, the thermostat could have a calibration issue requiring repair.
- Your gas or electric bills continually increase: Colder weather obviously increases your heating bills, but malfunctioning equipment can also put a damper on heating efficiency. If your bills have risen steadily in the past few months, or they’re significantly higher than last year, have your furnace looked at as soon as possible to put a lid on wasted energy.
- The burner flame flickers or appears yellow or orange instead of blue: This problem definitely justifies an emergency repair. A flickering yellow flame (where a steady blue one should be) signifies that carbon monoxide could be leaking into the air you breathe. This toxic gas could make you sick or even be fatal at high enough doses. If you notice a flickering yellow or orange burner flame, turn off your furnace and call for an emergency repair immediately.
- The system wasn’t inspected by a professional before the start of the heating season: The above problems are more likely to occur if you skipped heating maintenance this fall. Brace yourself for unexpected repairs if this is the case. To catch and reverse developing issues before they cause serious problems, schedule furnace maintenance at any time during the heating season.
If you’re experiencing any of these issues, or your furnace is malfunctioning in some other way, call Air Professionals for 24-hour furnace repair services in your New Jersey home!
Call Air Professionals for Emergency 24-Hour Furnace repair
If you’re experiencing a heating emergency in New Jersey and you want a fast response from an experienced technician, the team at Air Professionals has your back! Call us right now at 908-751-1011 to request 24-hour emergency furnace repair, or contact us online with any questions you may have.
We provide furnace repair services in the following areas in New Jersey:
Hunterdon County: Annandale, Asbury, Bloomsbury, Califon, Clinton, Flemington, Frenchtown, Glen Gardner, Hampton, High Bridge, Lambertville, Lebanon, Milford, Pittstown, Ringoes, Stockton, Three Bridges, and Whitehouse Station
Somerset County: Basking Ridge, Bedminster, Belle Mead, Bernardsville, Bound Brook, Branchburg, Bridgewater, Far Hills, Franklin Park, Gladstone, Green Brook, Hillsborough, Kingston, Martinsville, Millstone, Montgomery, Neshanic Station, North Plainfield, Peapack, Raritan, Rocky Hill, Skillman, Somerset, Somerville, South Bound Brook, and Warren
Mercer County: East Windsor, Ewing, Hamilton Township, Hopewell Township, Lawrence Township, Mercerville, Robbinsville, and West Windsor Township
Middlesex County: East Brunswick, Kendall Park, New Brunswick, Highland Park, Plainsboro Township, South Brunswick, and South Plainfield
Warren County: Alpha, Greenwich, Lopatcong Township, Phillipsburg, and Pohatcong Township