*There is a $75 trip charge for the diagnostic appointment. The trip charge will be applied as a credit toward any service or contract.

hvac service dcGases like propane or natural gas are used in gas furnaces. The burners light these gases, which then move through the heat exchanger. The furnace fan blows your home’s air across the heat exchanger to warm it. The warm air is then blown into your home’s duct system for distribution.

Service, Repair, Sales, and Installation of Furnaces

Your 5-Star Technician from HVAC Washington DC can examine your furnace regardless of the issue. You’ll be happy you called us if it turns out you just needed your furnace serviced, and it will now operate more effectively. If a problem arises that needs fixing, we can take care of it for you and ensure that your furnace is in the greatest condition possible in time for the upcoming winter. And You can rely on the HVAC Washington DC team to work with you to select the ideal new furnace for your house, your budget, and your peace of mind if it turns out that it’s time to replace your furnace.

Maintenance and Repair

Until something goes wrong, most people don’t care about having their furnace serviced. Contact HVAC Washington DC before it gets extremely cold rather than waiting until the middle of winter and discovering that your home is suddenly without heat. We can examine your furnace and determine whether it needs maintenance. You may take care of necessary repairs or replacement parts immediately to prevent worse issues from developing due to neglecting maintenance. You can be sure that no problem will arise during the winter.

Selling and installing

If it turns out that you need a new furnace, we can assist you in quickly finding the best model and having it installed. We’ll assist you in making decisions based on the size of your home and bank account. Additionally, we’ll assist you in determining which tax credits you qualify for. With a new furnace, your energy costs will decrease. You will be prepared for this winter and many more to come once your new furnace is installed and operational.

Furnace and Gas Terms for Heating Systems

  • Recognizing 80%, 90%, and 95% Efficiency Units: Gases must be vented conventionally onto the chimney stack in a system that is 80% efficient because they are hot enough. Similar to a clothes dryer, a 90%–95% efficient system has much cooler gasses that vent to the outside through an exhaust vent.
  • Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) Your furnace’s AFUE, expressed as a percentage will reveal how much energy is converted to heat. An AFUE of 90, for instance, indicates that 90% of the fuel is utilized to heat your home, with the remaining 10% exhausting as combustion gasses.
  • Combustion Air: Combustion air is necessary for a proper gas burn, allowing your heating system to operate at its fullest potential.
  • Heat Exchanger: The area in a furnace where fossil fuel is burned, and heat is transferred to adjacent air is called the heat exchanger. The heat exchanger will expand and contract due to an improperly sized heater, which will cause early aging and cracking.
  • Venting Types: Your new gas heater will use a direct vent system or an existing chimney to vent the explosive gasses. The chimney will typically need to be relined to produce the proper draft.
  • Single-Stage Gas Valve: Single Stage Gas Valves function according to the fundamental on/off principle. Your heating system operates at full capacity each time your thermostat requests heat.
  • Two-Stage Gas Valves: Two-Stage Gas Valves have two operational levels—a low stage and a high stage—and can operate in either one. The ideal humidity levels and quieter operation of properly sized equipment will increase energy economy and comfort by operating 60–70% of the time in the low stage. Getting two heaters in one is similar to that.
  • Standard Blower: A standard blower produces a specific amount of airflow depending on the tap setting.
  • Variable-Speed Blower: Depending on the desired result, this high-efficiency blower may offer changing airflow. These blowers improve the efficiency of air filtration, humidification, dehumidification, and flow balance.
Give us a call and we can talk about your Gas Furnace situation.
dc air conditioning heating

Gas Furnace Repair In Washington DC

Your home comfort system is ready for installation, replacement, or repair.

Allow our knowledgeable and amiable team of Comfort Consultants to provide you with a free Home Comfort System Analysis, which may include a diagnosis and repair evaluation of your furnace. Any issues or concerns with your current comfort system will be discussed. They will review all available system recommendations and assist you in choosing the system that best suits your family’s demands and budget. Additionally, they will evaluate any potential furnace repairs and provide recommendations.

Nothing is more crucial than an assurance that your furnace will function when you need it when the winter’s chilly weather arrives. Because of this, every one of our 5-Star Technicians is equipped with the knowledge and skills needed to address any furnace issue you could be experiencing.

Chances are if your furnace is more than 20 years old, it needs to be replaced—which, when you think about it, is a good thing! Since your home’s heat can make up 35–50% of your annual energy costs, modern furnaces burn far more efficiently than their forerunners; thus, installing a new furnace can result in significant savings. Most energy-efficient furnaces comply with government tax credit rebate claims thanks to AFUE’s precise temperature control settings. Therefore, examine if getting a new furnace built is correct for you to do yourself and your pocketbook a favor.

If your furnace is experiencing any of the following issues, call HVAC Washington DC to schedule an appointment whether you reside in Fairfax, Alexandria, Northern Virginia, or Washington, DC:

  • No heat
  • inadequate heat
  • a noisy furnace
  • a furnace that won’t turn on