Heater & Furnace Repair In Loveland, CO
A good heating repair program is one that provides care for your primary heating system (furnace, boiler, or heat pump), as well as all your other heating appliances (water heater, unit heaters, etc.). At Buckhorn Heating and Air Conditioning, we understand this, and we have put together comprehensive heater repair options for you to take advantage of.
More specifically we offer heater repair services for:
- Heat pumps
- Traditional heating systems & mobile home heating systems (manufactured / modular homes).
- Water heaters
- And other innovative or advanced heating systems
We believe that a major aspect of providing great customer service is the ability to offer services that benefit each and every client’s individual needs; therefore, we employ only the most expert and qualified technicians available. Each of our technicians is factory trained and certified to perform quality care services on your heating equipment, making it easy to count on our team in a time of need.
Buckhorn Heating and Air Conditioning is prepared to take on all your heater repair and replacement needs. Take advantage of our 100 percent satisfaction guarantee and get the quality service you deserve, today.
You deserve the best and we are prepared to give it to you; so, the next time you need assistance, whether it be an emergency or an annual repair, give our team a call. Dial (970) 446-1200.
Our expert team is highly trained to handle any job that comes our way. We understand the meaning of quality work that’s meant to last. We make sure to do it right!
We know you’d much rather have your heating system repaired whenever possible — especially if your heater has gone out and Colorado is covered in snow. In a great many instances, heater repair can be done fairly quickly and easily. However, sometimes it may make more sense to replace your furnace or other parts of your heating system. Whenever that question is raised, we want you to feel like you can trust the Buckhorn team. We will take the time to explain what’s wrong with your heating system, what it will take to fix it, and how much that will cost. None of our technicians are sales commissioned, so you don’t need to worry about upsells; we’ll give you the information and suggestions when replacement would make sense, but the decision is ultimately yours.
Choosing to replace a furnace or other heating system components can be a big decision to make because of the price difference.
But in some situations, heater replacement may be more cost effective in the long run. Some of the biggest factors to keep in mind include:
- Age — Furnaces are made to last roughly 15–20 years, though they can last longer if they are routinely serviced and well-maintained. Once your furnace reaches that age, it will likely be more cost effective to replace it than to continue to repair it over the next few years and then replace it. Your HVAC technician can give you an idea about how expensive a repair will be and whether it is worth considering furnace replacement.
- Eco-friendliness — Especially when your heating system is getting older, replacing it may help you save a lot more in the long run, especially if you switch to an Energy Star-rated system. Not only will the new system require fewer repairs, but it will also help you save on ongoing energy bills!
For more help understanding whether you need heater repair, or if replacement makes more sense, connect with the Buckhorn Heating and Air Conditioning team.
Even if your furnace appears to be working as it should, we recommend having it checked once a year or more frequently for older systems. Furnace maintenance will not only keep your system running its best, but it’ll ensure that no major breakdowns occur. If this happens, you’ll be left with costly repairs and more downtime. Just like a broken-down car, a broken furnace can cause a lot of unnecessary stress and worry on your part.
On the other hand, if you know there’s an issue with your heater — if it’s making funny noises, your energy bills have spiked up, or it’s not working at all — you’ll know who to call. Unfortunately, if your heater is acting up, it’s a good sign it’s going to either break down soon or it is reaching the end of its life. Generally, heaters last around 15-20 years, however, if yours hasn’t seen much maintenance throughout its lifetime, that number could be much less.
Give us a call as soon as your heater stops working. It’s our top priority to provide you with an accurate diagnosis of your issue, so if we think your system just needs repairs, we’ll let you know. However, if your heater is damaged badly enough or it’s just getting old, we’ll let you know when a replacement is a good idea.