Furnace Repair

Although San Diego County is located in Southern California, that doesn’t mean the city doesn’t have its share of cool or even cold days. During the chilliest part of winter, the temperature can drop to the mid- to low-30s. Therefore, it’s important that you have a working furnace if you live in San Diego County.

If you’re looking for a trusted and professional company to help you with everything from furnace maintenance to repair, you should get in touch with Champion Air. Whether you need repairs to your furnace, need a new furnace or aren’t sure if it’s time to replace your furnace, we can help. We provide local services that are quick and affordable, and we focus on getting the job done right the first time.

When your furnace isn’t working, there are a number of reasons why this could be the case, and you need a service that can quickly and accurately get to the root of the problem. At Champion Air, we pride ourselves on offering everything you could look for in a furnace repair service: convenience, reliability, integrity and fair and upfront pricing.

Is your furnace in need of repairs?

Even if your furnace is still producing hot air, it may not be working correctly. Furnaces do not always completely stop working once a problem develops, and many issues slowly get worse over time until your furnace dies. Some common signs that your unit needs attention include odd or loud noises, your heater producing less heat than normal or your furnace having to run longer than normal to keep your home comfortable. Along with the annoyance of having a furnace that is struggling to keep your home warm when it’s cold outside, a furnace that is having mechanical problems can drive up your power bills. Since your furnace is having to work longer and harder to do its job, it’s going to end up using up more energy to do so. If your furnace is more than 15 years old, you may want to consider replacing rather than repairing the unit. While the problem may be fixable, older furnaces are likely to continue to develop issues, and repair bills can mount quickly.
At Champion Air, we’re familiar with a wide range of furnaces, which can come in a number of sizes and styles even from the same manufacturer. What will need to be done to get your furnace operating at peak efficiency will depend on the type of furnace you have, and we’re familiar with both forced-air and electric units. Forced-air furnaces, also known as gas furnaces, burn fuel to heat air, which is then transferred throughout your home. These systems work by drawing in air through a cold-air return and then warming it in the heat exchanger. With an electric furnace, warm air is created using electric heating parts instead of using gas burners.