Seattle Furnace Repair
Heating Contractors Handling Furnace Repairs & Replacements
Our Seattle furnace repair experts provide comprehensive furnace services to clients from Snohomish County all the way to Pierce County. If your furnace stopped working or you believe it may need to be replaced with a new heating system, our technicians can help. We have a thorough understanding of the way electric and gas furnaces operate and the various advantages each type offers. You can rely on our team at Seatown Electric Heating and Air to help you get your heating system working again.
Call our Seattle heating contractors at 206-209-0690 for fast and effective furnace services.
Electric vs. Gas Furnace Installation
Are you thinking about switching to a different type of heating system or replacing your current furnace with a new model? It’s important to be educated and consider the different advantages that each type of furnace offers. We can sit down with you to discuss your budget, your heating needs, and how gas and electric furnaces operate. Compared to older models of heating equipment, newer furnaces are safer, easier to maintain, and significantly more energy-efficient.
A couple important factors to consider include when replacing your furnace include:
- Electric furnaces: If you do not want or have natural gas, this is a great option. Also, electric furnaces are known for their durability and energy savings.
- Gas furnaces: If you have poor insulation, a gas furnace may be a great choice. Gas furnaces are also less expensive to run.
Regular Furnace Maintenance & Annual Tune-Ups
At Seatown Electric Heating and Air, we know that you are not able to predict when your furnace will stop working. As such, we can handle virtually any issue you may have with your furnace and offer rapid repairs. When something goes wrong with your furnace, you can rely on us to provide you with professional workmanship and get your furnace running again in no time.
In addition to providing repair services, our experienced Seattle furnace technicians are prepared to regularly service your furnace to keep it running smoothly. Preventative maintenance and annual furnace tune-ups help detect issues when they are minor and reduces the need for expensive repairs in the future. Regular maintenance can also lead to improved efficiency and potentially extend your system’s life in the long run.
Why Does My Furnace Smell?
We’re all familiar with the burning dust smell furnaces make when they are turned on for the first time in several months. But if you’re smelling something off that doesn’t go away after a few minutes, it’s likely that your furnace needs to be serviced. Here are some common furnace smells and what they mean:
A mildewy smell may mean that fungi is growing in an area of moisture buildup. Your furnace or ductwork may need to be cleaned.
This could potentially be a serious problem with a cracked heat exchanger or an overheated motor - turn off your furnace and call for service as soon as possible.
A sulfur smell means you have a natural gas leak. Immediately turn off your furnace, move to an area of fresh air, and call your local gas company.