Furnace Repair & Installation Services
in Atlanta, GA
Moncrief Heating and Air Conditioning has been providing furnace service, maintenance, repair and installation in the Greater Atlanta area for over 120 years. Area homeowners and businesses have consistently given the Moncrief team 5-star reviews for our outstanding performance and customer service. We service both commercial and residential customers and can provide a wide range of services from a consultation to emergency furnace repair or replacement for new and existing customers throughout the Atlanta, GA area.
Get Help 365 Days a Year for Furnace Repair in Atlanta
We know that furnace breakdowns can happen at any time. As a full-time heating contractor, we keep abreast of current technologies and, as a result, our technicians are able to install or repair any heating system efficiently and in a timely manner. Whether you need furnace repair or installation, well-qualified Atlanta-based technicians are available to meet your needs.
If you have a small repair or are considering upgrading to a new system, we have the reputation in the Atlanta area to provide top tier service for both commercial and residential customers. Check out ourspecials and be sure to ask us about financing options. Call us today for an estimate or ask about ourTotal Comfort Service Plan.
Moncrief – Serving the Atlanta Area for More than 120 Years
As Atlanta’s most reputable and dependableheating and cooling company, you can trust that we are giving you the best service possible to provide the most equitable solution for your home and the comfort of your family.
We Provide 24/7 Furnace Repair & Installation Services
The last thing you want during chilly winter months is a furnace breakdown. If you’re experiencing heating problems in your Atlanta home, you can depend on us. We provide emergency furnace repair services for homes all over Atlanta.
Our trusted HVAC technicians at Moncrief Heating & Air Conditioning have the tools and expertise to repair both electric and gas furnaces made by any company. Best of all, our services are available 24/7, 365 days a year. This way, no matter when your furnace breaks down, you can count on us to make sure that you don’t have to spend too long in a cold home!
Does your home use a heat pump? That’s okay, we work with those too! We at Moncrief Heating & Air Conditioning provide heat pump installation, repair, and maintenance for Atlanta homes that use a heat pump system. We work with air source heat pumps and geothermal heat pumps, so it doesn’t matter what kind you have!
We provide high efficiency furnace installation for those who want to upgrade to a more modern home heating solution. Call us at 404-350-2300 to learn more about our furnace installation, repair, and maintenance services!
Gas Furnace & Heat Pump Service, Repair and Installation
FAQs about Furnace Repair & Installation in Atlanta
Deciding to repair or replace your furnace is a big decision and, especially in the case of a replacement, could set you back thousands of dollars. Repairing or replacing your furnace requires the help of a certified HVAC technician in order to do it correctly. Generally, you should repair your furnace when it’s not working properly. You can tell it’s not working properly if your home is not able to maintain a comfortable temperature. Some other signs that your furnace needs to be repaired or replaced can be a little bit more subtle. For example, if you hear odd noises coming from your vents while your furnace is running, that could indicate that your furnace is having some trouble. Also, if you notice that cold air is blowing when warm air should be coming in, your furnace is definitely having some issues and you should get a certified HVAC technician to come look at it. We highly recommend that, if you’re concerned that your furnace needs to be replaced or repaired, give us a call at 404-350-2300.
Furnaces are a long-lived piece of HVAC equipment. There are homes that have had their furnaces for over 25 years! Generally, you can expect a furnace to last between 15 and 20 years while maintaining a base level of efficiency. Thing is, having an old furnace in your home isn’t necessarily a good thing. Just because your home has had a furnace in it for decades doesn’t mean that it shouldn’t be replaced with a newer one. There are many benefits to getting a new furnace, the biggest one being operating cost. Newer furnaces are much more energy efficient and are built to use less energy to warm the same space! If you want to keep your furnace energy efficient for a long time, you should do basic maintenance on it regularly. Clean or replace your air filter as per the manufacturer’s instructions and have an HVAC technician check your furnace every year. This basic maintenance can save you thousands of dollars in energy and repair costs over the years!
Getting your gas furnace checked annually is an important piece of HVAC maintenance. It’s to make sure that your furnace is in tip-top condition and maintaining an acceptable level of energy efficiency. More importantly, it’s important because gas leaks are a silent threat to you and your family. Gas leaks kill a small number of Americans every year due to the release of carbon monoxide fumes. Sometimes, a gas leak can turn into a fire. We want to make sure that you and your family are kept safe from these hazards. What are HVAC contractors looking for when they check your furnace every year? We’re looking for anything that could indicate damage to your furnace. If your furnace is having small issues, you might not notice them until it’s too late. We look to make sure that your furnace isn’t having any small problems that could snowball into big problems later on.
The answer is no: there’s no need to do so! In fact, you want to keep the vents in unused rooms open in order to maintain even airflow throughout the house. The idea behind closing vents in unused rooms sounds like it makes sense. You don’t need your HVAC system blowing air and wasting energy on unused space, right? However, that’s not at all how it works. Air is blown through your ducts more or less evenly and blocking off the vents doesn’t help the HVAC system use less energy or keep other rooms more comfortable. Closing the vents actually causes the HVAC system to work harder than it should over time. This is because closing a vent adds excess air pressure which can do damage to your ducts. This causes leaks in airflow, which ultimately leads to wasted energy. If you are concerned about your HVAC system using too much energy, the more important consideration is whether or not your HVAC system is correctly sized for your home.
Preventive maintenance and regular inspections go a long way toward keeping your heating and cooling components in top-notch condition. Find out more about our annual Total Comfort Service Plan.View Details
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