As the most popular form of heating homes in the United States, furnaces are well-tested and deliver on-demand warmth when needed most. As a commonplace technology, there is no guessing involved as to whether or not a furnace can be serviced. It’s all a matter of choosing the best technicians for the job.
When your heater or air conditioning unit isn’t working, your home can get very uncomfortable — very fast. Choosing the right HVAC contractor makes a difference in prolonging the life of your HVAC unit and avoiding those middle-of-the-night emergencies.
JC & JC HVAC Mechanical Contractors is a local company serving clients in Washington DC, Montgomery County, MD, Howard County, MD, and the surrounding areas. We’re professionals, certified to work on a variety of the major brands of furnaces and other heating equipment, including boiler services.
Having the right team ready to work on your home is essential — you need a team you can trust and one that’s ready to treat your home just as we would treat ours. We take pride in our ability to troubleshoot any type of furnace, and we’re ready to work when you need us.
One of the things that set JC & JC HVAC apart from other furnace repair services is our commitment to ongoing training and education. We are certified to perform warranty repairs, and we constantly train our technicians on the latest advances in the industry. Every technician we send out to your home is licensed, bonded, and insured for your protection. With a commitment to safety and attention to detail, you can count on our installation and maintenance services.
The most obvious sign that you need furnace repair is if your HVAC unit stops working — but you shouldn’t have to wait for it to break down before scheduling maintenance and cleaning appointments. There are a few other indications that your furnace needs some attention.
We believe that preventative maintenance services are the key to avoiding costly repairs for your furnace. Therefore, we offer a regular tune-up package, which includes checking the burner flames and pilot light to make sure they’re working, check the flue for gaps that might cause the pilot light to go out, and make sure that all the parts are in good condition, and not worn out. We also check your duct work design, looking for loose places that can affect furnace performances.
Regularly cleaning your furnace also helps improve the efficiency of the unit and reduces the number of expensive, emergency repairs that you may need. Cleaning your furnace involves removing the blower to clean it, vacuuming the burner and blower cavities to clean dirt and dust in and around the unit, brushing and vacuuming the burner blades, and cleaning the flame sensor. We will also make a recommendation for a home air purifier.