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Minneapolis Furnace Repair Service

Posted: Mon Aug 31, 2009 5:34 pm
by Minneapolis-Furnace
Minnesota Furnace Repair Minneapolis St Paul

$20 OFF Any Repair Service. Mention this special at the time of scheduling your service call.

Our Twin Cities HVAC company provides affordable, prompt furnace repair and installation services. We carry a wide range of furnaces and replacement parts. Our experienced technicians can help you troubleshoot, repair any furnace problems you may have and get your heating back fast, at an affordable price. When your heat goes out in the Minnesota winter, you don't have to live in the cold. We offer the same-day emergency repair.

Our Service and Repair Technicians can complete a full diagnosis at a low cost of only $149.00. That includes one hour of labor toward the diagnosis or repair. Once the diagnosis is completed, the technician will go over the findings with you and give an estimate on the cost of repair. Unlike many Minnesota heating contractors, we don't have hidden fees or surprises. We service all major brands of gas furnaces, including: Amana, Goodman, Armstrong, American Standard, Lennox, Carrier, Daikin, Coleman, LG, Samsung, Heil, Rheem, Ruud, Bryant, Payne, ArcoAire, Janitrol and Sanyo.

Call us at 612-412-HVAC (4822)

No matter where you are located, we are only a phone call away. We cover the entire Twin Cities metro area, from Bloomington, Burnsville, Lakeville and Eden Prairie to Roseville, Blaine, Anoka and Fridley, and from Plymouth, Minnetonka, Edina and St. Louis Park to Woodbury, Oakdale, Lake Elmo and Cottage Grove.

Furnace Troubleshooting Tip - No Heat or Not Enough Heat

Thermostat is set too low and doesn't turn on the furnace properly. Or the thermostat is not working. Another cause may that be the circuit breaker or fuse controlling the furnace is blown. Check if the natural gas control valve is closed and make sure the pilot light is on before calling for service. To troubleshoot, make sure the thermostat is set in heat mode and the temperature setting is not too low. Turn the thermostat up a few degrees to trigger the furnace on. Re-seating the thermostat may resolve the problem sometimes. If the circuit breaker is blown, replace the fuse. You can always call our Minneapolis furnace experts and we will offer you diagnostic tips over the phone.