Furnace Repair in the Greater Cincinnati Area
A furnace that doesn’t heat your home reliably is more than a nuisance or an inconvenience — on cold days, it can be a health and wellness safety risk. For fast, dependable furnace repair in Cincinnati, call the company your friends and neighbors have trusted for year — call National Heating and Air Conditioning.
If your furnace won’t turn on, call us. If your pilot light goes out, call us. If your furnace is making funny noises or emitting unpleasant smells, call us. We make furnace repair in Cincinnati fast, hassle-free, and affordable.
We Fix These Furnace Problems – And More!
With the cold winters in Cincinnati, furnace problems can make a home uncomfortable rather quickly. At National, we offer fast, professional furnace repairs throughout the Cincinnati area. Our expert technicians can handle any common furnace repairs, including:
- Air filter cleaning and replacement
- Thermostat replacement
- Control board repairs and replacements
- Flame sensor cleaning or replacement
- Igniter replacements
- Pilot light troubleshooting and repair
- Blower motor and fan replacement
- Fan limit switch replacement
- Burner cleaning and adjustments
- Flue sealing and repairs
- Heat exchanger replacements
- And more
For superior furnace repair services in the Cincinnati area, call National today at (513) 399-5757 or contact us online!
Signs You Need Furnace Repairs
Furnaces can fail without warning, but often there are signs of a looming furnace problem. If you catch furnace malfunctions early, you might be able to avoid major furnace repair costs or an expensive furnace replacement.
Here are some signs you may need to call for furnace repair:
- Intermittent shutdowns or startup problems
- Poor heat output or uneven temperatures
- Reduced or restricted airflow
- Frequent on and off cycling
- Fan runs constantly or not at all
- Breakers that trip often or electrical problems
- Thermostat malfunctions or failures
- Grinding, tapping, screeching, or other strange noises
- Musty, sour, or burning plastic odors
- Alerts from carbon monoxide detectors
At National, we offer fast, accurate diagnosis to get to the bottom of your heating problem quickly. Contact us today at (513) 399-5757 for a furnace inspection in Cincinnati!
Avoid Costly Furnace Repairs with Routine Maintenance
The best way to prevent the need for furnace repair is to make sure your furnace is always maintained and in the best shape possible. Part of properly maintaining your furnace is having it regularly tuned up each year.
Furnaces that aren’t well maintained leave your home at risk, making you vulnerable to:
- Decreased energy efficiency
- Health and safety concerns
- An uncomfortable home
- The possibility of your furnace failing
If you need your furnace tuned up today, contact National Heating & Air Conditioning!
Frequently Asked Questions
Why does my furnace keep turning on & off?
A short-cycling furnace is often the result of a dirty filter. Your furnace’s filter needs to be changed every few months to avoid becoming clogged. Short-cycling can also be caused by thermostat issues or a poorly sized furnace.
How expensive are furnace repairs?
Wondering what furnace repair costs? The answer depends on the scope of the repairs, the parts required, and how long the job takes to complete, as well as the specific make and model of your furnace.
According to Home Advisor, the national average furnace repair cost is $287, with a typical range of $131 to $453. On the low end, replacing a thermostat may cost a few hundred dollars or less, while replacing a blower motor can be several hundred dollars or more. Installing a new heat exchanger could be well over a thousand if one is still available for your system.
Our experts at National Heating & Air Conditioning can inspect your furnace and help you choose the best course of action for your needs and budget. We will explain all your repair options, as well as alternatives, like system replacements, and give you honest advice that will help you make the best decision possible.
Why isn’t my furnace working?
The most common reason that a furnace isn’t working (or isn’t running effectively) is due to lack of maintenance. Routine preventative maintenance is the single most important investment in the overall efficiency and service life of your furnace.
How can I properly maintain my furnace?
While DIY maintenance shouldn’t replace your annual tune-up, there are some things you can do to keep your furnace in top shape. Dusting and cleaning your burners will allow your furnace to operate more efficiently, as well as keeping the areas around your furnace clean and clear.
Why does my ductwork make popping sounds?
When forced air begins blowing through your furnace’s ductwork, it’s normal to hear the sound of your ducts filling up. However, if you hear strange noises like whistling or loud popping, it could indicate insufficiency in your ducts. Your local HVAC professional will be able to determine the exact cause and provide quick solutions.