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Blue Ash, Ohio 45241
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Furnace Repair in Mason, OH

With the freezing temperatures we face in an Ohio winter, it is essential to have a high-performance furnace that meets your every need. When your furnace stops working or can’t heat your home properly, count on National Heating & Air Conditioning to get it back in working order as quickly as possible!
When you need furnace repair in Mason, contact National Heating & Air Conditioning online!

Signs You Need Furnace Repair

While we treat every furnace repair on an individual basis, there are some common signs to watch for that may indicate that your furnace is struggling. Watch out for these warning signs:

  • Uneven heating: Are you noticing that some spots in your home are warmer than others? Your heating should be even and consistent throughout your home.
  • Strange smells: If your furnace smells like rotten eggs or is giving off a musty odor, shut off your furnace and give us a call to come in for a repair.
  • Loud noises: If your furnace is rattling, clanging, or banging, it should be inspected.
  • Incorrect thermostat setting: A noticeable difference between your thermostat setting and the temperature of your home likely indicates a problem.
  • Sudden increase in utility costs: A skyrocketing heating bill could suggest that your furnace needs repair.

If you have noticed any of the above warning signs, or feel that your furnace simply isn’t performing how you need it to, contact us online for furnace repair in Mason!

Our Furnace Advice

At National Heating & Air Conditioning, we see furnaces fail all the time. Often, the issues that led to the furnace failure could have been prevented with proper care and maintenance. Getting annual maintenance on your furnace is the best way to extend the life of the unit and keep it running properly without overexerting the system. We recommend signing up for a maintenance plan so that you never miss service and can enjoy the numerous other benefits of our HVAC plans.

If we find that your furnace is beyond repair, we can quickly switch gears to find you a suitable replacement. We will assess your home’s heating needs and suggest a replacement that is within your budget. Your comfort and safety are our ultimate priority and we will work until the best possible furnace replacement is found. We are proud to be Cincinnati’s Bryant furnace dealer, which means you are guaranteed to receive a high-quality furnace replacement that will keep you warm for years to come.

Schedule Furnace Repair in Mason

If you are facing an inefficient or ineffective furnace, don’t panic! The experts at National Heating & Air Conditioning are here to help. Whatever your furnace needs may be, at whatever time of day, we are ready to come resolve your issue.

To schedule furnace repair in Mason, contact us online or call us at (513) 621-4620 now!

FAQs

What Temperature Should I Set on My Thermostat?

The ideal temperature to set on your thermostat will vary by season. In the summer, it's recommended that you set your thermostat between 70˚ and 75˚ while you're at home. When you're away from home, setting the thermostat nearer to 80˚ can save energy, which will save you money on…

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What Size HVAC System Do I Need?

The best size for your new HVAC system will depend on a number of factors, like: The size and layout of your home The number of windows and doors your home has The cooling load required to meet your comfort needs The best way to ensure you select a perfectly…

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How Long Does An Air Conditioner Last?

The lifespan of an AC system will depend on various factors, like: The type, brand, and model of the system you have Whether the system was installed properly How frequently it's used How often it receives maintenance service On average, air conditioners can last about 10 to 15 years. The…

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How Often Should I Schedule AC Maintenance?

We recommend air conditioner maintenance service at least twice a year, once before you turn your system on for spring or summer and again before you shut your system down in fall or winter. If anyone in your family has respiratory issues or a compromised immune system, more frequent AC…

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