Furnace and Air Conditioner Repair in Green Lake, WA

Is your furnace as old as your home? A furnace system is built for long lasting durability; that said, though, every unit will eventually hit a point where one component or another fails and renders the entire system inoperable or drastically impedes its output. Its not a matter of “if” but “when” and when it happens, be ready to contact heating and air conditioner repair in Green Lake, WA.

HVAC Service in Green Lake, WA

Even if everything appears to operate without a hitch, you still need to perform regular maintenance. Most air conditioner repair experts and manufacturers recommend at least one inspection from a certified technician every year. This will ensure that the furnace runs optimally, thus promoting energy efficiency and decreasing health risks.


Repair companies estimate that roughly 75% of calls are due to the furnace not producing enough heat, and experts almost always attribute this to lack of maintenance, or in some cases homeowners opting to inspect the furnace themselves in lieu of bringing in an expert.


Annual inspections can also prove to be a life saver. A routine checkup can reveal a leakage, which can emit dangerous carbon monoxide and go completely unnoticed because the gas is colorless and odorless.


15,000 people are hospitalized each year due to carbon monoxide exposure. Furnace repair in Green Lake, WA from a technician can yield a crack or chip in the heat exchanger, which is easy to miss due to the component’s placement in the rear and behind thick coils.


When you hire Fischer Heating for an inspection, our full maintenance service includes but not limited to:


  • Inspecting the thermostat to ensure its yielding accurate readings
  • Lubricating moving parts
  • Need to check all electrical connections and testing voltage capacity
  • The vents and intake grills for a blockage or leakage needs to check
  • Checking for a tight seal on the blower access door
  • Inspecting the burner to ensure that it is igniting properly


DIY HVAC Inspections Are Insufficient in Green Lake, WA


With the exception of the filter and outer hoses and cables, which can be done periodically by the homeowner, all other areas of inspection should be relegated to a technician. Upon full-service maintenance, you will be given a full report and depending on the state of your unit, may be recommended for a furnace replacement or just air conditioner repair in Green Lake, WA.

If more than a year has elapsed since the last checkup, or if you never had the furnace checked at all, do contact us to schedule an inspection at your earliest convenience. Our services aren’t limited to furnaces and also include heating and air conditioning repair and indoor air testing.

You can check out our project gallery to learn more about the different types of HVAC systems we inspect and repair on a daily basis. Contact us today.

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