Cold months bring an additional strain on your HVAC system, which could require furnace repair in Alexandria, VA. With over 75,000 housing units in Alexandria, VA, the team at John C. Flood has seen it all when it comes to furnace repair and heating services.
Contact us for service on your home furnace in Alexandria!
If you need emergency heating repair or regular furnace maintenance, schedule service online or call John C. Flood. Our team provides transparent pricing, certified HVAC technicians, and quality service.
Routine Home Furnace Maintenance
The expert team of HVAC technicians at John C. Flood have over a century of experience handling heating repair requests in Alexandria, VA.
Our routine home furnace maintenance includes:
- Changing dirty or clogged HVAC filters
- Identifying wear and tear on parts
- Fixing pilot light problems
- Replacing malfunctioning thermostat
- Boosting furnace energy efficiency
- Stopping a furnace from blowing continuously
- Quieting a noisy furnace
Furnace service experts check for loose HVAC components as a part of an annual inspection or tuneup. This might seem insignificant, but it can save you a headache in the future. Sign up for annual furnace maintenance or to schedule a furnace inspection now.
Home Furnace Efficiency Improvements
No one likes wasting money. If your furnace is the improper size for your home, you could be inadvertently throwing away money. If your utility bill spikes during winter, your furnace could in inefficient. The higher the number of BTUs your furnace requires, the more expensive your utility bill will be.
The furnace repair team at John C. Flood can calculate the exact number of BTUs required to keep your family warm. Likewise, if your house is cold even with the heat turned on, you could have poor insulation. Our team can upgrade your heating system and install an ecobee programmable thermostat to keep your utility bills down and the heat up.
Emergency Furnace Repair
In the middle of winter, freezing temperatures are dangerous if your furnace suddenly dies. What happens when your furnace goes out in Alexandria? It’s important that you immediately call John C. Flood. If your vents have poor or no airflow, you detect a burning smell or hear loud noises coming from your furnace, that means it’s time to contact a professional.
Needed emergency furnace repair isn’t pleasant, but John C. Flood’s policies on emergency repairs certainly make a nightmare situation more bearable. Our call center is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, so you can contact us right away to schedule emergency furnace repair service. Our service technicians arrive with many common repair parts already in their truck, which cuts down on repair time too!
Join John C. Flood’s Service Partner Program
Although every furnace inevitably needs to be maintenanced, needed emergency furnace repair can be avoided through regular furnace maintenance. Avoid a winter nightmare, by joining the Service Partner Program.
Part of our regular maintenance program includes regular check-ups on your furnace and HVAC system. During winter, your furnace is constantly under strain. This heavy and incessant workload can quickly create wear and tear as your furnace tries to keep up with the demand required.
Our team provides furnace heating system cleanings, a thorough inspection, and professional advice. Although our goal is to save you money by maximizing the lifespan of your home’s furnace, we understand that replacing your HVAC system is inevitable. We’ll let you know when your unit starts showing age so you can begin to financially plan to replace the unit with the most energy efficient model.
Contact John C. Flood for a Furnace Inspection or Repair
Wondering how much a furnace inspection costs? Choosing regular furnace service lowers your overall utility bills and saves you money in the long run. Read over our HVAC pre-service checklist and then call John C. Flood at (703) 752-1267 or schedule service online.
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