Shoreline HVAC Repair Service, Maintenance, and Inspection

When you have a problem and need HVAC repair in Shoreline, WA, call Fischer Heating and Air Conditioning.

Our heating technicians are experts in servicing forced air furnaces and heat pumps, wall & floor furnaces, and gravity furnaces. The majority of the time, furnace repairs can be performed on the first visit, saving you time by eliminating additional trips. The experts who arrive at your house will have a broad assortment of replacement parts to provide a good chance to complete the job in a single visit.  If you need a major repair that requires a complete furnace replacement, our technicians will typically complete it fast. Our goal is to provide you the best possible service with minimal inconvenience by fixing the problem correctly.

Are You Licensed for HVAC Service in Shoreline?

Absolutely, our license is at the bottom of this page. The primary enemy of your furnace and heating system are the 3 D’s: dust, dirt, and debris. Replacing your heating system’s air filter, cleaning the coils and fans regularly will extend the life of the system compressor. As well, periodic filter changes reduce the amount of work to intake air, meaning the mechanical parts inside the furnace will have reduced wear.What’s the most important thing to prolong your heating system or furnace’s life? Proper HVAC maintenance. The best step to correct your investment is to signup for our maintenance protection program. Our furnace maintenance is performed once per year. Usually in the fall before regular use of the furnace.  When you sign up for our annual maintenance plan it gives you priority when you call in with a problem.

HVAC Service, Maintenance, and Repair in Shoreline, WA

Fischer Heating technicians will assess the condition of your current furnace or heating system based upon three major factors; age, efficiency, and condition. This will help you to determine the best solution for your furnace or heater.

The average life of a furnace is 10 years, but with proper maintenance, your furnace may last greater than 20 years.  When your furnace reaches the average life span and you start to experience problems, it may be time to upgrade to a new one. If your furnace or heating system is older than 10 years old, it is probably not a very efficient system.  If your energy bills are higher than normal, you may decide it is time to replace your old inefficient system. There are many high-efficiency heating systems and furnace models available today that can significantly lower your monthly heating costs.

Here are questions to help you make a decision for service:

  • Has regular maintenance been performed on your system?
  • Do you know if the prior homeowner(s) maintained your furnace?
  • If your furnace has been well maintained and is less than 10 years old, a repair is most likely the best option. However, if your system maintenance was neglected and your heating system is causing you problems. Then you want to consider upgrading to a new higher efficiency unit.

Finally, today’s furnaces burn less fuel to create heat, so they produce less pollution than your older system.  There are models with heat output modulation that provide heat more continuously than older furnaces and provide uniform heating throughout a home for more comfort. Contact Fischer Heating & Air Conditioning today to schedule a Free Estimate for HVAC repair and let a trained consultant help you decide what will best fit your needs.

Shoreline HVAC Repair Company