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Furnace Repair In The Austin, Texas Area

Is there an unexplained sudden surge in your gas bill? Is your home just not warming up? Is your furnace running more than it should? If you have answered yes to any of these, you could need furnace repair services. We service PflugervilleAustinLakewayDripping SpringsDel ValleBudaKyleManchaca, and surrounding areas of Austin, Texas. A common misconception is that if your furnace is running, it works. The truth is, that is not necessarily the case. Your furnace could be running very inefficiently or less than its capacity. If this could be the case, call Hank’s Service now!

Some Of Our Furnace Repair, Maintenance, & Installation Services We Offer Are:

  • Gas Furnace Installation
  • Gas Furnace Repair
  • Electric Furnace Repair
  • Electric Furnace Installation
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Austin, Texas Gas Furnace Repair Services

Natural gas is one of the most common fuels used to heat residential buildings. If you live where natural gas is available, you will have a meter outside your home. This meter is connected to your furnace and uses that fuel to make the heat. The heated gas can produce a very economical way to warm your home. It also heats the house quickly and is generally very clean-burning. Gas heat is extremely popular for warming residential buildings because it is inexpensive and dependable.

Austin, Texas Electric Furnace Repair

An electric furnace is different in that it will give you constant heat. There is no flame when using an electric furnace, but rather you have a heat pump or a forced air system. Heating pumps are much smaller than a furnace and work the same way an air conditioner works (but in reverse). This is perfect for small houses, apartments, and condos because the space to be warmed isn’t large. Big houses can benefit because they give off more heat than a simple heat pump. A great benefit of an electric furnace is the increased safety due to a lack of fire or carbon monoxide risk.

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