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Is Your Furnace Not Working?
There are a number of reasons that your furnace could have stopped working from the thermostat not being on or operating properly, clogged furnace filter, the gas valve wasn’t turned back on, blown circuit breaker or fuse, or issues with the chimney or exhaust.
We understand that keeping your family and customers comfortable in cold weather is extremely important. That’s why the A. G. Roehrig and Son team will repair and maintain your residential or commercial furnace and offer 24-hour emergency service.
In some cases, furnaces can be fixed with easy and quick repairs. Turning the gas valve or changing a filter are often solutions to the most common problems. However, our team is skilled enough to spot larger problems and handle them quickly.
How Much Does a Furnace Cost?
As most people expect, it can be hard to pinpoint how much the cost of a furnace can cost someone. The price range for a furnace varies quite a bit, depending on the type of system you need, your budget, and what other components your home requires.
Depending on the home or commercial building, it can be straightforward to install a furnace – or it could be a bigger job that requires the team to work longer on the installation.
No matter your needs, budget, and concerns, the team of A.G Roehrig and Son will work closely with you to find the furnace option that checks everything off of your list.
And, because there are so many variables, we provide a free in-home estimate.
How Often Should You Service Your Furnace?
Your furnace should be serviced every fall.
In Western New York, having a reliable and strong heating system is integral to keeping your family or customers and team comfortable in even the coldest weather. It can be most a safety hazard and a big headache to lose access to reliable heating.
Even if your furnace ran flawlessly the winter before, you should have a regular maintenance check to make sure that it will continue running optimally during this year’s cold season.
The majority of our clients like to set up a maintenance contract with us to ensure that their furnace is in good shape for the season. These contracts are more cost effective than an emergency service call and you won’t be stuck sitting at home in the cold.