Furnace Repair in North Aurora, Aurora, Villa Park, IL, and the Surrounding Areas
Furnace Repair in North Aurora, Aurora, Villa Park, Naperville, Batavia, St. Charles, Lombard, Glen Ellyn, Geneva, Montgomery, Wheaton, Carol Stream, Oswego, Plano, Elmhurst, Elburn, Addison, Downers Grove, Darien, Hinsdale, Lisle, Yorkville, Bolingbrook, Wayne, Eola, Bartlett, Hanover Park, Plainfield, Warrenville, Oak Brook, West Chicago, Woodridge, Winfield, Wasco, Roselle, Itasca, Glendale Heights, Wooddale, Streamwood, Sugar Grove, Lafox, Kaneville, Big Rock, Burr Ridge, Willow Springs, Medinah, Plainfield, Clarendon Hills, Westchester, Western Springs, Hillside, Bolingbrook, Country Club Hills, Bartlett, Bloomingdale, Bristol, IL and Surroundings Areas
Heating systems are usually exposed to one of the most devastating elements on the planet – fire. Furnaces normally burn fuel at high temperatures, so all the components that are exposed to the heat can easily break down. Heaters also have moving parts, such as the fan assembly and motor. These parts are often exposed to a lot of friction, so they wear out fast with time. If the furnace is not properly maintained, the heater can break down without any warning. At the first sign of an issue, it’s best to contact Amazing Air to schedule your furnace repair work right away.
Highly Qualified Technicians
At Amazing Air Inc., we have highly qualified technicians who can do their magic to keep your unit working properly. We offer everything from heating system design and maintenance to furnace repair and replacement service.
Common Heating Problems
There are basically two types of indoor heating – central air heating and hydronic heating. The latter uses water as the heat-carrying medium, so it depends on an elaborate plumbing network. Therefore, a common problem with this type of system is water leakage. This can cause water damage as well as reduce the efficiency of the system. Central air systems, on the other hand, use air as the heat-transfer medium. The system relies on duct-work for transportation of air to and from the heater. Air leaks and heat loss through conduction across the wall are common problems.
Expert Furnace Repair Specialists
In a central air heating system, the fan motor can fail to work. The fan belt can also lose its tension, which means that it will not be able to turn the fan. The burner can also burn fuel with an unstable yellow flame, instead of a blue stable flame, which is a sign of incomplete combustion. Whatever problem you encounter, we have NATE-certified technicians who can troubleshoot the problem and carry out the necessary repairs. We have highly-qualified furnace repair specialists who can take care of any type of problem. Whatever problem you may encounter, we are always available 24/7 to offer an effective solution.