Furnace Repair in NW Arkansas & SW Missouri
Furnaces can suffer from a range of problems, and they seem to hit at the worst possible time. When you suffer with a broken furnace, whether it’s a gas or electrical option, you can get the help you need from Bud Anderson Home Services. With over 30 years of experience serving Northwestern Arkansas, our team is the resource you need to get your system up and running again. We have emergency service available 24 hours a day, seven days per week, so call at the first sign of problems with your furnace.
Don’t wait to have your furnace repaired. Fill out our online form or give us a call now at (479) 927-2700 if you’re in need of a 24-hour furnace repair company in Northwest Arkansas and Southwest Missouri.
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Signs Your Furnace Needs Repair
At Bud Anderson, our goal is to help you get repairs before your system suffers a full breakdown. That’s why we want you to know what to watch for that may indicate a problem. For gas and electric furnaces, some common indicators of problems include:
- Persistent burning smells, which indicate electrical issues
- The smell of rotten eggs, which can indicate a gas leak
- Uneven heating, which may indicate poor performance
- Increasing energy bills, which indicate efficiency problems
- Unusual noises, which indicate a variety of problems, including components that have broken
If you have noticed any of these problems, help is just a phone call away. Call now for furnace repair services from our friendly, qualified team.
Furnace Repair FAQs
What is the average cost of a furnace repair? How much is a furnace service call?
The cost of furnace repair depends greatly on the problem at hand. A furnace that isn’t turning on or won’t blow warm air could be caused by anything from a dirty, clogged air filter to a loose or broken part. Something simple like replacing the air filter will be cheap, but replacing a part could be pricey. Get a proper diagnosis from Bud Anderson, and a technician will be able to give you an estimate on your repair.
Can a dirty filter stop a furnace from working?
Yes, absolutely. An air filter that has been left to build up layers of dust, dirt, and grime can become clogged if not replaced. This will block the airflow into your system, potentially causing your heat exchanger to overheat and turn off too quickly. If this happens continually, the limit switch can fail and cause a total system breakdown.
How do you fix a gas furnace?
That depends on the issue. If your pilot won’t light or stay lit, the issue could be a faulty thermocouple or blocked pilot tube. Both of these can be cleaned, and often that solves the problem, but your HVAC technician will be able to diagnose the issue and help determine the best solution for repair.
Do you need help with one of these systems? Request your estimate from Bud Anderson today.
Services We Offer
- Drain Unclogging
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- Sewer Repair
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- Emergency Plumbing
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- Camera Sewer Inspections
- Drain Cleaning
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- Plumbing Repair
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