Furnace Repair in Southeast Michigan
Reliable heat is a must in every Southeast Michigan home. Whenever your furnace lags, acts up, or breaks down, you can rely on Robin Aire Service Company for first-rate furnace repair service.
Our NATE-certified, background-checked HVAC contractors can diagnose and fix any problem on any type of furnace. We proudly offer furnace repair in Novi, Wixom, Milford, and throughout the Southeast Michigan region.
Contact Robin Aire at (800) 361-0888 to schedule furnace repair in Southeast Michigan, including in Novi, Wixom, Milford, and nearby areas.
We offer 24-hour emergency heating repair service!
SIGNS IT’S TIME FOR FURNACE REPAIR SERVICES
When your furnace is on the fritz, it will let you know that something isn’t quite right. There are plenty of signs homeowners can watch for that will indicate the need for furnace repair. Some include:
- Foul odors: A bad smell coming from a furnace is never normal and should be addressed by a professional contractor.
- Strange noises: Banging, clanging, or any other unusual sounds can indicate damaged or loose components that need to be repaired.
- Increasing energy bills: If you’ve experienced a sudden spike in your energy expenses, it could mean your furnace isn’t working as efficiently as it should.
- No heat: If your thermostat reads one temperature but your body tells you something much colder, it could be time for furnace repairs.
Contact Robin Aire at (800) 361-0888 to schedule furnace repair in Southeast Michigan!
A TRUSTED SOUTHEAST MICHIGAN FURNACE REPAIR COMPANY
We Repair Furnaces in Wixom, Milford, and Novi, MI!
At Robin Aire, your comfort is our top priority. For us, that means providing residents in Novi, Wixom, Milford, and the Greater Southeast Michigan area with the industry’s top-rated products and services. Our team has the skills and expertise necessary to repair any make or model furnace to provide your family with dependable heat all winter long.
When you choose Robin Aire for your furnace repair needs, you’ll receive:
- The region’s finest HVAC professionals backed by NATE certification
- Friendly, reliable service from drug-tested and background-screened technicians
- Worry-free service plans to keep your furnace in top condition after repair service
- Upfront pricing and prompt service when you need it most
Our team is continually educated on the industry’s most up-to-date techniques and products, so you receive the highest-quality HVAC services available. With 24-hour emergency service, it’s never a bad time to call our team for furnace repairs!
Frequently Asked Questions About Furnace Repair
Why is my furnace hissing?
Hissing is most often a sign that your furnace is leaking from somewhere. Air leaks are harmless to you, but bad for your system’s efficiency. However, if you smell rotten eggs or another unpleasant odor near your furnace, this could mean that it has a gas leak and you should evacuate your house and contact a trusted HVAC company immediately.
Why is my furnace cycling on and off?
This is called “short-cycling,” and there are a few reasons it can occur. It can happen if your air filters are too dirty and they don’t allow cold air to reach your furnace, or if your thermostat is faulty or is placed too close to another heat source. If your unit’s flame sensor is too corroded or dirty to sense that your furnace’s flame is lit, it will turn itself off to keep from emitting natural gas into your home.
Why is my pilot light out?
The most common reason that pilot lights go out is because parts of the furnace such as the thermocouple or the pilot orifice are simply too dirty or corroded to function as they should. It could be a problem on your utility company’s end if your gas regulator is faulty or the supply of gas to your house fluctuates based on local demand. Strong drafts on windy days or nights could also be responsible for blowing your pilot light out.
Why can I smell gas?
A small amount of natural gas odor can be normal, especially at the start of the winter when you’re using your furnace for the first time in months. It’s also normal for furnaces to produce a faint natural gas smell when cycling on. However, if you suddenly or frequently notice the smell of natural gas throughout your house, evacuate everyone immediately and contact a trusted HVAC professional to investigate the situation.
More questions? Reach out to our industry-leading team today! We’re standing by to bring you unmatched customer service and expert furnace repairs! Call us at (800) 361-0888(800) 361-0888 or schedule your furnace repairs online!
SCHEDULE FURNACE REPAIR IN SOUTHEAST MICHIGAN
Don’t be left without the heat you need this winter. With 24-hour emergency repair services and the region’s finest HVAC technicians, there’s no better team available to fix your furnace than Robin Aire.