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Furnace Repair in Orem, UT & the Surrounding Areas

Winters in Utah are spectacularly beautiful. But they can also be brutally cold, so it’s essential to have a reliable gas or electric furnace to heat your home until spring rolls around. At Western Heating, Air & Plumbing, our NATE-certified HVAC technicians provide a full range of furnace repairs you can rely on. From changing air filters and tightening loose electrical wires to repairing damaged burners and replacing cracked heat exchangers, our thorough approach ensures the reliability of the repairs we provide.

When you need fast gas or electric furnace repairs you can depend on in Orem and the surrounding areas, contact Western Heating at (801) 224-8899 to request an appointment!

Service Worker Fixing Central Heating Furnace System

Emergency Furnace Repair

Furnace issues don’t always happen at the most convenient times. That’s why we offer emergency HVAC service. You can depend on our 24/7 emergency HVAC technicians to restore the operation of your malfunctioning furnace. Our licensed and insured HVAC technicians are experts at thoroughly assessing your gas or electric furnace’s condition. We’ll inspect your system and determine the most effective solution for restoring your furnace’s safety, reliability, and energy efficiency. 

Signs You Need Emergency Furnace Repair

Your furnace will give off signs that something isn’t quite right with the system. If you detect any of the following issues, we recommend scheduling a service appointment before a complete heating system failure occurs:

  • Odd noises: Screeching, grinding, banging, popping, and other odd sounds can indicate loose components or component failure.
  • Noxious smells: Burning, moldy, mildewy, or “rotten egg” odors can indicate damaged components, water leaks, gas leaks, and other potential hazards.
  • Inability to start: Problems with starting up can indicate loose wires, faulty thermostats, etc.
  • Yellow pilot light: A yellow pilot light is a critical sign as it indicates incomplete combustion that could leak potentially fatal carbon monoxide into the home.
  • Excessive soot: Excessive soot buildup can indicate a cracked heat exchanger. It is a critical sign that requires immediate attention.
  • Insufficient heating: If your furnace is running, but your home is cold, it can be because of leaky ducts, a malfunctioning thermostat, or other issues.

Choose Western for Furnace Repair

At Western Heating, Air & Plumbing, we’ve honed our skills and expertise to a fine point for over 25 years. Our carefully selected team has the up-to-date skills and advanced knowledge required to effectively service your heating systems in the Utah Valley. From Alpine and American Fork to Salem and South Jordan, you can always depend on our NATE-certified technicians’ solutions.

When you choose us, you will always receive:

  • 24/7 emergency service
  • No overtime charges
  • Licensed and insured technicians
  • Upfront pricing
  • Free estimates on replacements
  • Financing options
  • And more

When you need top-quality furnace repairs, furnace maintenance, or furnace replacement services in Utah, contact the professionals at Western Heating to schedule a service appointment by calling (801) 224-8899!

Frequently Asked Questions

What should I do if the furnace is leaking gas?

As with all gas leaks, prompt action is necessary for your safety. If you detect a gas leak in your furnace, you should take the following steps in this order:

  1. Open windows and doors
  2. Evacuate the structure
  3. Contact the gas utility to shut the gas off
  4. Contact an emergency HVAC service provider

Can a cracked heat exchanger be repaired?

No, this is because once a crack has formed, any repair may not completely seal the crack. As such, it can create an opening that allows toxic carbon monoxide emissions to leak into the home. It simply isn’t safe, thus any cracked heat exchanger should be replaced immediately.

Can I repair my own furnace?

We strongly discourage DIY furnace repairs. There is a considerable risk of electrocution, fire, toxic exposure, and other hazards. When your furnace requires repairs, it’s always best to hire a licensed, insured, and properly trained technician to service the system. This not only saves you time and money, it helps preserve warranty coverage and complies with homeowners insurance requirements.