Top-Rated Furnace Repair Services in Kansas City
Need professional furnace repair in Kansas City?
The HVAC professionals at Top Notch Heating & Cooling can help!
If your gas or electric furnace is not heating efficiently and you find yourself putting on more layers just to make it through the cold nights in Kansas City, it’s time for a furnace repair.
Between the shivers, don’t put off calling an HVAC technician—when you contact Top Notch Heating, Cooling & Plumbing, you’ll get a fast response from one of our expert heating repair technicians who can diagnose and fix your heating problem the first time. We proudly offer our furnace and heating repair services in Overland Park, Lenexa, Shawnee, Olathe, Leawood, KS, and the entire Kansas City metro.
For 24/7 gas or electric furnace repair service in the Kansas City area, contact us online today!
Signs You Need to Schedule Furnace Repair
Some of the warning signs are easy to ignore, but always be proactive when you notice any of the following:
- Increasingly high heating bills
- Consistently needing to increase the thermostat temperature
- Uneven heating throughout your home
- Unusual noises coming from your furnace
- Yellow pilot light
- Your furnace has trouble staying on
If your gas or electric furnace unit is exhibiting any of these problems, give us a call sooner rather than later. Our professional heating experts can prevent you and your family from freezing inside your home on a cold winter day.
Emergency Furnace Repair Service in Johnson County, KS & Jackson County, MO
Have a furnace emergency? Even if it’s a snowy weekend in December or at 1:00 am in January, we want to make sure you and your family stays comfortably warm. With 24-hour emergency HVAC services, we will help fix your furnace problem at any time—we’re here to help keep you warm and happy inside your home.
For emergency furnace repair in the Kansas City area, contact Top Notch Heating, Cooling & Plumbing today.
Furnace & Heating Services from a Top-Rated HVAC Company in Kansas City
When it comes to furnace repairs, you want to make sure it’s done correctly and professionally the first time—you don’t want to have to call the HVAC contractor back to fix it again because he or she made a mistake!
At Top Notch Heating, Cooling & Plumbing, our furnace repair experts take great pride in their maintenance and repair work. That means that you’ll get quality service that you can count on to continually and effectively heat your Kansas City area home all season.
Regardless of your furnace repair issue, our expert heating system repair technicians can quickly find and diagnose your problem and fix it the first time so you can be comfortable all season long!
But don’t take our word for it—check out what your neighbors are saying about our heating services. We’ve serviced the Kansas City area for over 40 years and are proud to continually increase our family of satisfied customers.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Furnaces & Heating Systems
Check out some of the most common FAQs our Kansas City HVAC technicians run into regarding furnace and heating systems. Please call us at (913) 441-8900 if you have any additional questions we can help with!
How long does a typical furnace last?
Your furnace’s life expectancy will vary depending on where you live. Builder grade furnaces will be on the lower end, and your more energy-efficient furnaces will last closer to 20 years. Like most things, you typically can get a longer life out of better pieces of equipment.
What things can I do at home to help maintain my furnace?
The most important thing you can do to help maintain your furnace between inspections is to make sure you keep your filter clean. The frequency of your filter change depends on your home & filter.
For example, if you have pets, you should change your filter once a month. If the furnace cannot breathe, everything else runs harder and longer, which lowers your furnace’s life expectancy.
Is there anything I can do to improve the efficiency of my current furnace?
A furnace system tune-up will help improve your furnace’s efficiency. The HVAC technician will clean the blower and that will help with the efficiency.
Prior to calling for service, what should I check or know about my furnace?
Before you call Top Notch Heating & Cooling for services on your furnace, it would help to know the make and model of the system. If you are calling for furnace repairs, we recommend you double-check to make sure your furnace or heating system is turned on and is set to the heating mode.
You would be surprised to learn that many Kansas City homeowners just forget to change their thermostat settings between seasons and there isn’t an actual problem. Other simple troubleshooting tips include making sure your heating system has power and making sure the battery in the thermostat is in good working condition.
Should I try to keep my furnace from running too much?
It is beneficial to turn your thermostat down when you leave for longer periods of time. If you are just leaving for a short period of time and will want to heat your home when you get back, your furnace will have to work twice as hard to get the temperature back up to the desired temperature.
What are the potential dangers of operating your HVAC system with a cracked heat exchanger?
A crack in a heating system chamber causes the heat exchanger to create carbon monoxide. Any crack in a heat exchanger is potentially deadly.
How often do I need to schedule a furnace tune-up?
At Top Notch, we recommend an AC tune-up in spring and a furnace tune-up every fall. Preventative maintenance really does pay for itself over time!
Do high-efficiency home furnaces really save money?
Yes! High-efficiency furnaces are rated by the government by how much gas comes in vs. how much heat is delivered into the home. Furnaces that are higher in efficiency are generally safer and much cleaner to operate.