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There’s nothing more inconvenient than your home’s furnace going out when you need it most. That’s why it’s so important to have a reliable and trustworthy HVAC technician on speed dial. Finding a furnace repairman doesn’t have to be complicated.

Know Your Furnace

Depending on the age of your home, furnaces can come in all shapes and sizes, and run on a variety of fuel sources, including natural gas, propane and oil-burning.

These all have their own idiosyncrasies and need to be handled accordingly. By knowing a little bit about the type of furnace you have, you can more easily select a furnace repairman who specializes in your specific needs.

Do Your Research

Ask local friends, family and neighbors for recommendations to start. Often word-of-mouth suggestions can lead to worthwhile options. Once you have a few, check out their websites and run them through the Better Business Bureau. You can also verify they have the necessary licensure via the state’s website.

Interview Potential Repairmen

Once you’ve done your background research, talk to prospective technicians, asking questions about the following:

  • Background – Knowing how they received their training and experience will give you an idea of how knowledgeable they will be during a crisis. Make sure to include questions that are specific to your furnace as well.
  • Suppliers – This will give an indication of repair quality and how quickly parts can be obtained when they need to be replaced.
  • Pricing – Ask about prices in general, as well as how often price increases occur. This should give you an idea of how frequently they implement price changes.
  • References – References provide you with firsthand information about the services.

When finding a furnace repairman in the Maryland, Delaware, West Virginia, and D.C. areas, add Griffith Heating and Air to the top of your list. Our team of experienced HVAC professionals has been servicing the heating needs of area homeowners for more than 100 years.

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