You’ve probably seen our professionally labeled fleet of trucks and spoken to one of our friendly and courteous technicians. Jackson Comfort Services has served the area for over a century, and while building a reputation as a trusted heating repair service near Brecksville, Ohio. Should your furnace fail without warning, our live operators are standing by to dispatch 24/7 emergency service to your location. Our highly trained technicians and fully stocked trucks will arrive and restore the heat in your home. It’s that type of commitment to you is why more than 2,000 customers have given us 5-stars.
Just like any other digital device, with age, thermostats can malfunction or fail. Ask your Jackson Comfort technician how a smart thermostat can not only save you money but give you more control over your comfort.
Older furnaces have a pilot light that may extinguish or fail. Newer furnaces have an electric ignition. Regardless of the type of start-up, it’s one of the more common repairs when a furnace isn’t turning on.
If your furnace is turning on, but not heating properly, it could be due to a dirty filter that is blocking airflow. Always change your furnace filter every 3-4 months for optimal system performance and efficiency.
When a furnace continuously cycles on and off, it’s called short cycling. The most common reasons your furnace may be short cycling include a dirty filter, blocked vents, bad flame sensor or its possible that your furnace is too big for your home.
With lots of use, furnace parts are bound to wear at some point. Replacing a blower bearing or belt or swopping out a limit switch is inevitable. However, routine system maintenance can help you spot areas of concern before they turn into an untimely breakdown or costly repair.
Your system’s heat exchanger is probably its most critical component. And when it cracks or breaks, not only is it expensive to fix it can also lead to serious health hazards such as a CO leak. Routine maintenance can help keep your heat exchanger is good condition throughout the life of your heating system.