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Furnace Repairs in St. Louis

ICT Furnace Service Repair offerOur licensed HVAC Comfort Team technicians are expertly trained and licensed to repair all major brands of furnacesboilers, heat pumps and air handler heaters. Your satisfaction is our number one priority, so we will never steer you in the wrong direction by suggesting unnecessary repairs, or a whole new HVAC system.

For some homeowners, it can be tempting to try and tackle furnace repairs or installations on their own, even if they have not been properly trained. For your own safety, we ask that if you are not properly trained, certified or licensed, please do not attempt to work on your own heating system regardless of how minor the problem may seem to be. Please call a licensed heating and cooling company, it does not need to be us, just as long as they are properly trained, to evaluate your heating and cooling system issues.

During the cold winter months when your furnace is working its hardest, there are a number of things that can go out or act up in your furnace. Here are a few simple, nontechnical things you can check to see if your furnace is working correctly. If any of these describe problems you are experiencing with your system, please contact us immediately and we will send a service technician to your home to further diagnose the problem:

The Indoor Comfort Team

The Five Most Common Problems with Your Heating And Furnace System

  • 1. Lack of Maintenance

    Ignoring your furnace or heating system will only lead to energy loss, unexpected breakdowns, costly malfunctions, and an overall poorly performing unit. In the long run, it will cost less money to stick to a regularly scheduled maintenance program than to face the cost of a furnace replacement or furnace repair.
  • 2. Dirty or Clogged Filters

    As a homeowner wanting to extend the life of your furnace and keep it running efficiently, the number one maintenance item on your list should be to change out the filter on a monthly basis.
  • 3. Mechanical Wear and Tear

    Although your furnace may look like a big, empty metal box, it actually has many sensitive moving mechanical parts, such as belts and bearings, that can eventually wear down and cause a furnace to overheat or create air flow problems.
  • 4. Pilot or Ignition Control Problems

    There are two types of ignition systems in today's modern heating units: hot surface ignition and intermittent pilot. A hot surface ignition system uses a resistance heating element, controlled electronically to ignite the gas burner. An intermittent pilot system is also electronically controlled but uses a high-voltage electric spark to ignite the gas pilot and then the main burners.
  • 5. Thermostat Malfunctions

    Imagine your thermostat as the brains of your furnace operation, determining when heat is to be produced and how much. Issues or malfunctions with your thermostat could translate into larger, tangible problems, such as no heat, fan operation failure or intermittent heat.
All of these issues can be properly diagnosed and corrected by one of our certified HVAC technicians. Contact us today to schedule an appointment.

Customer Testimonials

Average rating for Indoor Comfort Team is 4.98 stars of 5 stars - based on 214 reviews
HVAC System Repair in St. Louis, MO
I had a great experience with Rodger, our technictian. He was very knowledgeable and forthcoming with information as i asked a lot of questions. He was able to replace our ignitor, troubleshoot and diagnose an airflow issue. He advised how i could clean the affected coil myself and save money so they would not have to do the labor. I very much appreciated that he took the time to walk through the process so I could confidently clean and put the furnace back together. Pricing was fair based on ...
Chris S. - St. Louis, MO 63122