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Emergency Furnace Repair in Langley, BC

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Top-Rated Furnace Repair Services for Residents in Langley, BC

Rep-Air Heating & Cooling is a furnace repair & installation company that services all furnace brands including oil, gas, and electric furnaces. No matter the make or model of your furnace, our furnace repair experts in Langley are here to help. We understand that furnace problems can be unpredictable and often happen when you need heat the most. That’s why we offer 24/7 furnace repair service so you’re never left in the cold.

Our furnace repair technicians are fully trained and certified to work on all furnace brands and models. We also carry a wide range of furnace repair parts in stock so we can usually get your furnace up and running on the same day. Contact us today for all your furnace repair needs in Langley!

Reasons To Choose Rep-Air Heating & Cooling

  • Free in-home estimates
  • Low-interest financing if your furnace needs to be replaced
  • Licensed and insured HVAC contractor
  • Highly rated company with over 350+ 5-star reviews
  • 24/7 emergency service available

For professional furnace repair in Langley, contact the pros at Rep-Air Heating & Cooling online or by phone at 778-728-1476.

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What Are The Different Types of Furnaces?

There are two main types of furnaces: gas furnaces and electric furnaces. Gas furnaces are the most common type of furnace, and they use natural gas to heat your home. Electric furnaces are less common, but they are becoming more popular because they can be more efficient to operate. Electric furnaces use electricity to heat your home, and they are more expensive to operate than gas furnaces.

Common Causes of Furnace Breakdowns

Furnaces are one of the most important appliances in our homes, providing us with warmth during the colder months. However, furnaces can also be one of the most costly appliances to maintain and repair. So, why do furnaces break down?

The answer is typically one (or a combination) of three things:

  • Lack of maintenance
  • Old age
  • Improper installation

Lack of Maintenance

Like any appliance, furnaces require regular maintenance to function properly. This includes annual tune-ups and filter changes. Tune-ups help to clean the unit and identify any potential issues, while changing the filter ensures that the unit is not working harder than it needs to. Additionally, it is important to keep the area around the furnace clear of debris and flammable materials.

The Equipment Is Old

Just like any other appliance in your home, furnaces have a limited lifespan. With proper maintenance, most furnaces will last between 10 and 15 years. After that point, replacement parts may become difficult to find and repairs may become more frequent. If your furnace is approaching this age range, it may be time to start thinking about replacement.

Equipment Wasn’t Installed Correctly

In some cases, furnaces break down due to improper installation. This can void the warranty and put stress on the unit, leading to an increased risk of breakdowns or fires. If you are having a new furnace installed, be sure to choose a qualified installer who has experience with your type of furnace. These steps will help to ensure that your furnace is installed correctly and has a long lifespan.

What To Do If Your Furnace Stops Working

One of the most frustrating things that can happen during the winter is to wake up and find that your furnace is blowing cold air. If you’re not familiar with furnace repair, it can be a daunting task to figure out what’s wrong and how to fix it. Luckily, there are a few steps you can take to troubleshoot the issue and get your furnace up and running again.

First, check to make sure that the furnace is turned on and that there is power to the unit. If everything looks normal there, the next step is to check the furnace filter. A clogged filter can restrict airflow and cause the furnace to overheat. If the filter is clean, the next step is to check for blockages in the furnace exhaust pipe. These blockages can be caused by snow, ice, or even birds’ nests. Once you’ve located and cleared any blockages, you should be able to restart your furnace and return your home to cozy warmth.

Should I Repair or Replace my Gas Furnace?

If you’re thinking about repair or replacement for your furnace, a professional HVAC contractor, such as Rep-Air Heating & Cooling can help you decide which will be the best for your home.

In general, repair may be the better option if your furnace is less than 10 years old and isn’t having any serious performance issues. Repair costs are usually lower than replacement costs, and repair can extend the life of your furnace. If your furnace is more than 10 years old or it’s having major performance issues, replacement will likely be the better option.

A new furnace will be more energy-efficient, and it will provide superior heating performance. You should also consider replacement if repair costs are close to the cost of a new furnace. Ultimately, the decision comes down to a combination of factors, and an HVAC contractor can help you weigh repair vs. replacement options to make the best decision for your home.

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Our team of highly trained technicians are standing by ready to help you out with all of your service, repair, and installation needs. You can count on us for on-time repairs, professional installation, and the friendliest customer service in town!

Contact Rep-Air Heating & Cooling today to get started with service by requesting a quote online, or by phone at 778-728-1476.

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Customer Reviews

  • “While RepAir was not the cheapest quote, though they were close, they were by far the most professional. From start to finish it was all by the numbers. Justin, Sanjay and Colin were all spot on and I would not hesitate to recommend them or use them again. Bravo.”

    – Craig K.
  • “Colin was incredibly friendly and happy to explain what he was working on and how it needed to be repaired while explaining all the ins and outs of our furnace and how it works. I would give more stars if possible and will definitely use him for all our future repair and maintenance needs.”

    – Amanda S.
  • “Justin put in a replacement air conditioning unit for us in June 2020. He was very efficient and cleaned up after himself. Their price was better than other quotes I received. Today my furnace quit working and he was able to squeeze me in between jobs to change out a part and keep us warm. Great customer service. Thanks again.”

    – Jennifer H.
  • “Excellent service! Colin was friendly and took the time to explain what he was doing. He answered all my questions and gave advice on how to maintain the system. I would recommend colin and rep- air for all your heating and cooling needs!”

    – Larry C.
  • “Wonderful service with this company. Always updated us on dates etc and stayed in contact. The service provider was a lovely man, courteous and efficient. Rep-air not only texts you as to who is coming to your home, but they send a picture of the technician so you know who to expect. Great company!”

    – Barbara L.
  • “Colin was pleasant and professional. The gas line installation and stove hook up was a little more complicated than initially quoted, but I was charged the initial estimate price. all round enjoyable experience. I would highly recommend Rep-air and Colin”

    – John V.