HVAC Repair

Furnace Repairs

Fixin’ It Right Or It’s Free.

When your furnace starts acting unusual or making noises, you might be concerned that it may not make it through the winter. Rest assured, our Home Comfort Heroes are standing by to get your furnace repaired and back to safely heating your home in no time. Our highly trained furnace repair technicians will do a thorough evaluation of your furnace and give you an exact “to the penny” price to repair your heating system, before moving forward with any repairs.

Signs You May Need A Furnace Repair

Strange noises coming from your furnace. One common sign you may be in need of a furnace repair is if you hear strange noises coming from your unit. Causes of this noise could be a belt that needs replacing or tightening, ignition problems or some other part that needs replacing.

Your house temperature is different from the setting on your thermostat. A more telling sign that you might need a furnace repair is when you find yourself continually cranking the thermostat only to find that it’s just not cutting it. A few causes may be that you need a new thermostat or there’s a leak in your home’s ductwork. Leaking ductwork is a common boon to home heating. Each little crack and leak makes it so your system has to work harder to heat your home, pressure balance is off, and you are heating parts of your home, like your crawlspaces and attic, that you don’t want to heat. In some cases, a professional duct cleaning can also significantly improve system performance. Stick your smartphone camera in one of your ducts and take some pictures to see what the condition of your ducts are. If you see large dust bunnies and foreign objects, like toys or food, consider having your ducts cleaned. Not only will it increase energy efficiency, it will also improve your indoor air quality.

Your furnace pilot light is yellow. A potentially more dangerous indicator you need a furnace repair could be due to incorrect gas mixture. If the pilot light on your gas furnace is burning yellow, this could indicate that you have carbon monoxide, a potentially lethal gas. In a properly maintained gas furnace, a pilot light should burn blue, indicating that the gas mixture is correct. Is your pilot light too dirty to tell? Here’s how to clean a pilot light.

If any of these signs apply to your furnace, give us a call today at 515-657-6634 to schedule an appointment. Our Customer Care Representatives are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to answer any questions and/or schedule your furnace repair or tune up. To give you comfort and peace of mind during every season, Service Legends’ furnace repairs come with a Fixed Right or It’s Free Guarantee®!

And be sure to check out our Club Memberships page and explore how we can get the most life out of your system for years to come.

Air Conditioner Repairs

When summer comes around and your air conditioner is on the fritz or leaking Freon, that means uncomfortable conditions for you and your family. Call Service Legends and we’ll get your air conditioner repaired and have your home cool again before you can say “Home Comfort Heroes.” Just like our furnace repairs, our air conditioner repair technicians will do a thorough evaluation of your AC unit and let you know exactly what a repair will cost before moving forward. That means no sticker shock for you. And our Fixed Right or It’s Free Guarantee® also applies to our air conditioner repairs.

 

Heating and Cooling Des Moines Since 1997

At Service Legends, we take pride in heating and cooling Des Moines and the surrounding areas. Our HVAC services include furnace and air conditioner installation, repairs, maintenance and tune ups. Our lineup of Indoor Air Quality solutions includes whole home humidifiers, air purifiers and air filtration systems. We can even help with HVAC financing.

Call 515-657-6634 to contact our Home Comfort Heroes today. We’re standing by 24/7.

(They) took the time to discover why our unit wasnt functioning properly and to explain... It was the most amazing service and was extremely appreciated! Penny Marsh