Furnace Repair & Installation in Carbon County
24/7 Emergency Furnace Contractor in Carbon, Lackawanna, Luzerne, Monroe,
Schuylkill & Wayne Counties
When your furnace stops working as it should, turn to Carbon County’s
top choice for
furnace repair services –
Safeway Heating LLC. Our licensed technicians are on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to
perform a thorough diagnosis for your furnace.
Once we identify the source of the issue, we’ll clearly explain your
best repair or replacement options and complete the work according to
the highest industry standards. If you have no heat, we’ll lend
you space heaters to restore warmth to your home while we work to resolve
the issue. We do complete furnace installation, and no matter what problem
you’re facing, we’ll have your system back up and running
within 24 to 48 hours.
Safeway Heating LLC at
(570) 559-8656 or
to schedule an appointment with our Carbon County furnace repair experts.
Signs Your Furnace Requires Repairs
Furnaces are made up of many critical components. One small issue with
any of these parts can make your system stop working correctly.
While losing heat on a cold day is never any fun, underlying issues within
your furnace could be causing extensive damage that decreases its efficiency
and longevity. Fortunately, there are some common signals you can watch
out for that indicate you should call for repairs as soon as possible.
Some of the signs that it’s time to call for furnace repair include:
Short cycling – your system turns off and on too frequently
Strange noises – loud banging, clanking, squealing, hissing, or grinding noises
Foul odors – unpleasant odors emitting from your registers or near your furnace
Inadequate heat – your furnace never heats your home to the desired temperature
Uneven temperatures – some rooms throughout your home are warmer than others
Higher energy bills – you are paying more than usual to heat your home
These issues can have a variety of causes, including dirty filters, faulty
ignitors, broken blower motors, malfunctioning thermostats, and more.
Whatever is causing your furnace problems, you can rest assured that our
experts are equipped to handle it all.
Need a New Furnace?
Just like all other mechanical systems, eventually, your furnace will need
to be replaced. When that time comes, turn to Safeway heating LLC for
top-quality furnace installations and replacements. We’ll help you
select a new system that perfectly meets your needs.
This process involves performing a heat load calculation for your home
to determine what size furnace you require. We will also take into consideration
your energy-efficiency preferences as well as your budget. Our team will
then ensure that your furnace is properly installed and set up for optimal
What is AFUE?
AFUE stands for
Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency and is expressed as a percentage. It is used to measure the efficiency
of a furnace in terms of how much heat energy is created for each unit
of fuel it consumes.
A furnace's AFUE rating tells a homeowner how much of the energy from burning
fuel will be converted into useful heat energy, instead of being lost
as waste. To come up with an AFUE rating, total heat output is divided
by total energy input. This makes it easy to compare different furnaces
and determine which one has the highest efficiency. For instance, if a
furnace has an 80% AFUE rating, that means that 80% of its heating fuel
is effectively turned into energy to heat the home while 20% goes to waste.
The higher the AFUE rating, the less fuel will be required to maintain
comfortable temperatures during colder months while also reducing emissions
and saving money on utility bills. Thus, when shopping for a new furnace,
homeowners may want to look into units with high AFUE ratings in order
to make sure they are making an efficient and cost-effective purchase.
Why Choose Safeway Heating LLC?
When your furnace fails, the most important decision you face is who to
choose to repair your system. At Safeway Heating LLC, we strive to provide
the highest caliber furnace repair services in Carbon County.
We are a locally owned business that prioritizes personalized service for
each project we take on. Should an issue arise after the job is done,
we’ll come back to help and be available to answer your questions.
Call (570) 559-8656 or contact us online to get your furnace issues resolved the right way!