Diagnosing the problem: $89
Repair price: Starting at $145
Average time to complete: 30 minutes to 3 hours
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Heat exchanger repair: $100–$250
Heat exchanger replacement: $1,000–$1,500
Gas valve replacement: $300–$500
Thermostat repair: $50–$225
Flame ignitor repair: $250–$375
Flame sensor repair: $75–$250
We repair all major furnace brands, including:
Contact us online or call us at 770.594.9969 to schedule an appointment. We'll call you to confirm your time and send you a confirmation email with a picture of your tech, so you know exactly who's coming to your door.
We'll explain what's wrong with your furnace and give you the most economical repair options, with straightforward pricing for each.
On the day of the repair, your tech will:
Protect your home by laying down drop cloths and wearing shoe covers.
Repair your furnace. If we don't fix it, we'll keep coming back until we do.
Leave your home in cleaner condition than we found it.
Not happy with our service? Let us know in the follow-up survey. Excellent service is our priority, so we'll do everything we can to make sure you're happy.Schedule repair
Try these easy fixes before calling a pro.
Check the thermostat switch. Check to make sure it's set to "HEAT" and not "COOL". (As obvious as this might sound, it happens.)
Change your air filter. A dirty filter restricts air flow and can cause a lot of furnace issues. If yours is dirty, replace it with a new one.
Relight your pilot light. If you have an older gas furnace, it likely uses a permanently lit pilot light to heat your home. If the light goes out, simply relight it. If it keeps going out, you have a bigger issue.
Make sure the gas is on. If your furnace isn't getting any gas, it can't heat your home. Make sure the gas valve lever is in the "ON" position (that is, parallel to the gas supply pipe).
Change the thermostat batteries. If the thermostat batteries are dead, your furnace won't even turn on.
Make sure your vents are open and clear. Check to make sure a supply vent (the ones that push out warm air) didn't accidentally get closed. Also, make sure your return vents (the ones that pull in cold air from your home) aren't blocked by anything.
Check your circuit breaker. Make sure your breaker isn't tripped. If it is, just push it back to the "ON" position. If it keeps tripping, don't keep resetting it. This means you have a bigger problem.
Is your furnace still isn't working? It's time to call a professional.
If your unit is more than 10 years old, it could be on it's way out, which means it might be time to replace your furnace.