Proudly Serving Montgomery, Bucks, Chester, Delaware, and New Castle County
A good furnace can mean the difference between a cozy and a miserable winter. The HVAC experts at Len The Plumber Heating & Air offer comprehensive heating services to Philadelphia-area homes.
Count on our team for furnace repair, replacement, and maintenance to ensure your family is comfortable, no matter the weather. We aim to keep our customers’ lives moving, so we’re always available for your furnace service needs.
24/7 Emergency Furnace Repair
If your furnace isn’t working properly, it’s important to schedule a heating repair as soon as possible. Below are common signs you need professional furnace repair:
- A yellow or orange pilot light on a gas furnace
- Strange odors from the system or vents
- Persistent or strange noises from the system
- System short-cycling
- Low airflow
- The unit won’t turn on
Len The Plumber Heating & Air is ready to help diagnose and resolve your furnace issues.
You can always count on our team for same day service seven days a week, 24/7 emergency service, and no extra charges for evening, weekend, or overtime services.
Gas & Electric Furnace Installation & Replacement
Len The Plumber Heating & Air installs and replaces gas- and electric-powered furnaces. You can expect your furnace to last 15 to 20 years with proper maintenance.
However, it can be difficult to know when you need furnace replacement or repair as your system ages. We recommend installing a new heating system if:
- Your furnace needs frequent repairs.
- Your furnace needs repairs costing over 50% of the system’s value.
- Your furnace is more than 15 years old.
- Your furnace can’t adequately heat your home.
- You have hot and cold spots throughout your home.
- Your energy bills are steadily rising without a change in usage.
Trust Len The Plumber Heating & Air for a seamless heating system installation. Call (800) 950-4619(800) 950-4619 now to request service in Montgomery, Bucks, Chester, Delaware, and New Castle County.
Furnace Maintenance for Montgomery, Bucks, Chester, Delaware, and New Castle County Homes
Scheduling a furnace tune-up and inspection each fall ensures your system is prepared for peak use in the winter months.
During your heating maintenance appointment, you can expect:
- Air filter inspection
- Burner and flame sensor cleaning
- Motor and electrical connection inspection
- Carbon monoxide safety check
- Combustion analysis
- Gas line inspection
- Thermostat inspection
Sign Up for the Whole Home Service Plan
With Len The Plumber Heating & Air’s Whole Home Service Plan, furnace maintenance is convenient and affordable. Members enjoy:
- Annual heating, cooling, and plumbing maintenance
- Priority scheduling
- A 15% discount on repairs
- Access to live call takers seven days a week
Call for Same Day Furnace Service in Montgomery, Bucks, Chester, Delaware, and New Castle County
Our experienced technicians are committed to delivering an excellent customer experience, unmatched service, and high-quality products.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the differences between gas and electric furnaces?
- Gas furnaces provide quick, strong heat and are usually cheaper to operate because gas is less expensive than electricity.
- Electric furnaces are more energy-efficient and eco-friendly because they don’t rely on fuel combustion. They provide a gentler heat and have a lower installation cost.
Our team can help you determine whether a gas- or electric-powered furnace is best for your home and budget.
What Are AFUE ratings?
AFUE stands for Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency. It’s the energy-efficiency metric for furnaces that represents the percentage of heat produced for every dollar of fuel it uses.
81% AFUE is the minimum efficiency requirement for gas furnaces, but 90% AFUE and higher is ideal. All electric furnaces have a 100% AFUE rating.
Why does my furnace smell bad?
If your furnace emits a strange odor, the type of odor can indicate the cause:
- Smoke odors are likely caused by an issue with your furnace’s electrical connections and wiring. It’s a fire hazard, so turn off your furnace and call a professional for a repair.
- Burning plastic or rubber odors could signal that one or several components of your furnace are damaged or overheating. Shut off the furnace immediately and schedule a repair.
- Rotten egg odors indicate a natural gas leak. You should leave your home immediately, call your utility company to shut off the gas, and call your home service team to repair the gas line and furnace.
- Heating oil odors are signs that your furnace likely needs to be cleaned. This can be addressed by scheduling a routine inspection and maintenance.