Forced Air Furnace Repair Brooklyn & Manhattan, NYC

To DIY or not to DIY?

Should you attempt furnace repair yourself? Keep in mind that since these systems require a significant amount of energy to run, attempting repairs on your own can jeopardize your safety and that of your family. Working on your system could probably void the warranty by doing the heating repairs yourself. However, when your furnace system isn’t working as it should, there are a few simple steps to do by yourself to troubleshoot the problem.

Furnace Won't Turn On

Not Blowing Hot Air

Thermostat Improperly Set

No Power to the Thermostat

Bad Smells

Pilot Light Burning Yellow

Strange Noises

If none of these remedies help, it’s time to call in your nearby HVAC specialists at 212 HVAC.

Here’s what we offer you

We pride ourselves on offering you top-rated services by using the most comprehensive procedures. We always ensure that your furnace is operating optimally!

Emergency Furnace Repair

Not only does a malfunctioning furnace cause discomfort, but it can be downright dangerous. Because we care about your family’s well-being, we offer emergency services. All you need to do is contact us, and a technician will be on their way to your home or business. We can start working on your furnace unit right away.
Of course, you should take pre-emptive measures to avoid such a crisis by keeping up with the furnace unit’s maintenance schedule, a service 212 HVAC offers.
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People also ask:

A clogged furnace filter can cause a furnace to shut off. Dirty filters are the most common cause of furnace problems. Dust and dirt restrict airflow—and if the filter gets too clogged, the heat exchanger will overheat and shut off too quickly, and your house won’t warm up. Read More.

If you hear a loud humming or buzzing sound coming from your furnace, it usually means your furnace has an electrical problem. The most common electrical issues that cause a humming or buzzing sound include: A failing blower motor capacitor, or an aging or unlubricated blower motor.
If the furnace smells like rotten eggs or like a sewer, the smell can indicate a failed heat exchanger, especially if you have a high-efficiency furnace. This is a serious problem because a bad heat exchanger can pump unsafe levels of dangerous carbon monoxide (CO) gas into your home.

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