Furnace Repairs, Installations, and Maintenance in Nashville, Tennessee
Your furnace relies on regular maintenance to keep it working well, and that means professional furnace tune-ups from Aloha!
Our heating technicians are experts in all major brands and models of furnaces. Your home is in excellent hands when we perform our furnace repairs in a timely manner.
When your furnace breaks down it isn’t just inconvenient in winter, it can be dangerous. We work hard throughout Franklin, Brentwood, and Nashville to make sure this never happens. Aloha Air Conditioning & Heating wants your furnace to last a lifetime, and through our expert furnace repairs and installations we make this possible!
With reliable services throughout Nashville Tennessee, our furnace tune-ups and repairs keep your house warm all throughout winter:
- Gas Furnaces
- Furnace Repair in Nashville
- Furnace Installation
- Expert Knowledge of All Major Makes and Models
- 24/7 Emergency Furnace Repair Service
- Licensed and Bonded Heating Technicians
Residents of Franklin, Brentwood, and Middle Tennessee have trusted us with their furnace repairs since 1986
Frequently Asked Heating Repair Questions
How Can I Tell if My Furnace/Heat Pump Needs to Be Replaced or Just Repaired?
There are a few signs that can indicate that your furnace or heat pump is beyond repair and needs to be replaced. One sign is if your system is more than 15 years old, as a furnace will be old by then and a heat pump will probably be on it’s last leg. If you've been having to frequently repair your system, that’s another sign it may be time to replace it this time. Additionally, if your energy bills have been steadily increasing despite no change in your usage habits, this could also be a sign.
How Can I Prevent My Heater From Breaking Down in the Winter?
The best way to prevent your heater from breaking down in the winter is by having it serviced regularly. Heating systems are like any other machine - they need to be checked and maintained in order to run properly and last a long time.
You should also make sure that your home is properly insulated so that the heat can stay in and not escape through the walls, windows, or roof. This will prevent your heater from working overtime. And finally, you can ease the stress on your system and save money on your energy bill by turning down the heat when you're not home or when you're asleep.
Why is My Heater Blowing Cold Air?
The answer depends on what type of heater you have. A furnace will not generate heat if it doesn't have any fuel, so you'll need to check to see if the pilot light is on and if the furnace is getting any gas. If it's not, you'll need to call a technician to fix the problem. With all systems, a clogged filter is a common culprit. You should replace your filter every six months or so to keep your heater running reliably.
The true answer to this question is that there are so many causes of this issue that your best bet to find out is by calling for service. We’re here and happy to help! Call us for quick assistance.
Contact us now at (931) 345-2696 and you can enjoy a free installation estimate, as well as affordable payment plans for your new system.