Inland Empire Furnace Repair and Service

Inland Empire Furnace Repair and Service

Sanborn’s Experienced Furnace Repair Specialists Service the Greater San Bernardino and Redlands Area

Do you think you’re in need of furnace service? Nothing is worse than your furnace breaking down at the peak of winter. If your utility bills are getting higher and higher, or it just doesn’t feel like your home is staying warm like before, it might be time to call the furnace experts at Sanborn’s!

Our certified HVAC experts have what it takes to provide you with fast repair, so you don’t have to feel chilly in your home for very long. From furnace blower motor repair to parts replacement and cleaning, our fleet of service vans are standing by to provide you with heating repair service 24-hours a day, 7-days a week.

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What Are the Most Common Furnace Issues?

Although there are many things that can go wrong with a furnace, there are some problems that come up more frequently than others. Here are some common furnace problems you might experience this winter:

Clogged Air Filter

A clogged filter is one of the leading causes of breakdowns for both furnaces and air conditioners. When your filter is clogged, your furnace has to work much harder than usual because the filter will block your system’s airflow. Check and/or change your air filter every month throughout the heating season.

Poor Airflow

A clogged air filter is one of the most common explanations for poor airflow. Other explanations include leaks in your ductwork, mechanical problems with your air handler and/or closed air vents. If you’ve checked to ensure that your filter is clean and all of your air registers are open, contact us so that we can determine what’s causing your airflow issues.

Cracked Heat Exchanger

Over time, cracks can develop in your furnace’s heat exchanger. This is a dangerous problem because the cracks can allow carbon monoxide to seep into your home’s air. We look for heat exchanger cracks during furnace tune ups (as you’ll see below), but you should also contact us to have your system inspected if your carbon monoxide detector is giving you warnings.

Pilot Light or Ignition Issues

If your furnace is not turning on at all, one common explanation is that you are having issues with your pilot light or electronic ignition. Check to see if the flame is still burning and relight it if it is out. If your pilot light continues to go out, contact us so we can inspect it. If you have a newer system with electronic ignition and your furnace’s burners are not igniting, give us a call so we can inspect the ignition and diagnose the problem.

Thermostat Not Working Properly

Your thermostat is responsible for telling your furnace when to turn on and off. So even if your heating system is working great, a faulty thermostat can completely mess with your home’s temperature levels. One way to avoid this is to replace the batteries in your thermostat in order to ensure it has enough power. In addition, you may need to contact Sanborn’s to have your thermostat’s calibrations checked.

General System Malfunctioning

When any single part of your furnace stops working, it can create a domino effect that causes other parts of your system to malfunction as well. You might notice that your furnace is short cycling, making noises, smelling funny or not producing enough heat. If you encounter issues like these, your best bet is to have your furnace professionally inspected by Sanborn’s.

24-Hour Furnace Repair

Having a working furnace in your home is crucial to surviving the cooler months in the Inland Empire area when temperatures dip below normal. Being able to call upon emergency furnace repair services can be a big help. Sanborn’s trained technicians want you to know they’re ready and able to help with your home’s heating problems. Heating systems experience a wide range of different issues, you’ll need someone with years of HVAC experience, like our team of experts, to help your family stay warm.

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Furnace Inspections and Heating Tune Ups

At Sanborn’s, we offer year-round furnace maintenance to ensure that your home and family never has a cold night. Regular maintenance helps extend the life of your system, so spending a little money every year to have your furnace inspected now can keep it running for years to come. However, once your heating system is on its last leg, it’s time to hand it over to the experts. It’s our promise to ensure that your furnace can meet and exceed the expected lifetime use of the unit.

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Furnace Installation and Replacement

Buying a new furnace might seem like a scary and expensive prospect, but it’s also one that is rewarding with higher energy efficiency and dependability, helping to offset the cost. Our highly trained technicians will set up and test your new heating system, and make sure you’re satisfied with the results. Our heating specialists provide a high level of customer service and are readily available if any issues arise. If you’re unsure about the idea of shopping for a new furnace, ask a technician during your next service call if they think it makes sense for you. 

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