Inevitably, over time your furnace will require repair in order to keep you and your family comfortable. Furnace repair calls are almost always an emergency in our book and that is why we promise to always view the situation from a customer’s perspective, and to handle the situation with urgency, quality, and integrity. We offer a “100% satisfaction guarantee” on all work done, as well as a “30 day worry free guarantee” on all repairs. That means if we make a repair and it fails within 30 days, we promise to take care of the situation swiftly, and at absolutely no cost to you.

Why Choose Marr’s Heating & Air Conditioning?

Home Heating systems have become increasingly reliant on proper care, and expertly trained professionals in order to keep them operating worry free. At Marr’s Heating & Air Conditioning, “Our mission is to provide an exceptional customer experience by developing exceptional employees”. We choose to hire, train, and retain individuals whom we know will treat our customers with respect and professionalism. We promise to give you an honest evaluation of your situation, provide you with multiple options, and we will NEVER walk into a home with the agenda to sell our customers something that they neither need nor want.

Why You Will Eventually Need Furnace Repair

Like any machine in constant use, heating systems are prone to malfunctioning. As a machine, wear and tear is completely normal. Heating systems raise temperatures, making them expand like any normal solids. When they are turned off, they cool down and contract. Though many furnaces and heating systems are designed to handle such change, even the best ones in the world are prone to a few glitches here and there. Furnaces are also filled with more safety features then ever! This is a good thing, but it also means an inevitable increase in need for serving.

DIY Tips for Homeowners

  • Have you changed the Batteries in your thermostat?
  • Have you changed your air filter recently?
  • Check the sticker on your furnace or the maintenance records. Was the last service date more than a year ago?
  • Is the breaker to the furnace tripped?
  • If you have checked all of these, try turning the power off to the furnace for 5 minutes, and then back on. This may reset the control board and allow for temporary heat until you can get a service technician out there.
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