Furnace Service and Repair Seattle, Washington
If your gas furnace in Seattle, WA is not working it is likely your furnace needs repair or service. At times the fix is simple, other times it is not. Our heating and furnace service technicians have years of experience working on furnaces like yours in Seattle, WA. C.M. Heating has service vehicles on call that are fully equipped with the tools and parts necessary to get your furnace back up and operating.
Our furnace repair, furnace service or replacement pricing is very competitive. Our estimates are always firm with no hidden surprises. You can rely on C.M. Heating to advise you properly and to do excellent work promptly. Ask us about maintenance agreements for your high efficiency furnace today.
We provide gas furnace service in Seattle, WA
We provide gas furnace repair in Seattle, WA
CM Heating performed a furnace diagnostic and found Filter was plugged causing high temperature limit to trip
CM Heating performed a furnace diagnostic and found Furnace had a failed circuit board and a run capacitor that is out of range. Quoted for new furnace. Customer is going to have a furnace installed tomorrow. Scheduled between 10-12 tomorrow.
CM Heating performed a furnace diagnostic and No error codes were found. Furnace had a plugged filter. Inducer motor is starting to make grinding sounds. I could not find any other issues with furnace at this time.
CM Heating Performed gas furnace maintenance. Check safety limit devices, system components, co2 exhaust venting, gas lines, combustion control parts.
Cleaned filter checked system sensors, co2 levels, and took measurements of consumable components.
All operations normal at this time.
CM Heating performed Maintenance on furnace. Checked burners and flame sensor. Tested igniter. Took amp draws of motors. Visually inspected the control board and blower assembly. Changed filter and checked delta t.
Furnace is running properly at this time.
***Henry and pat to be reduced to the $9.99 maintenance plan.
Inspected water tank. Tested voltage on thermopile. Checked for leaks. Expansion tank filled with water.
Recommended replacing expansion tank. Henry said he will wait till it is time to replace the whole tank as it is 9 yrs old. No guarantee on functionality of equipment without repairs