Furnace Repair

Delivering Complete Furnace Solutions in Seattle, our team of experts extends our services from Snohomish County to Pierce County. Whether your furnace has ceased functioning or you’re contemplating a replacement with a new heating system, our technicians are equipped to assist you. With a deep understanding of both electric and gas furnace operations, along with the distinct benefits each type offers, you can trust Washington Electric Heating & Air to restore your heating system to optimal functionality.

Routine Furnace Maintenance & Yearly Tune-Ups

At Washington Electric Heating & Air, we understand the uncertainty surrounding furnace malfunctions. Hence, we’re poised to address virtually any issue that may arise, ensuring swift repairs. Count on us for professional craftsmanship when your furnace encounters trouble, and we’ll have it up and running in no time.

Beyond repair services, our adept Seattle furnace technicians are primed to administer regular furnace maintenance, ensuring its seamless operation. Proactive maintenance and yearly tune-ups facilitate the early detection of minor issues, mitigating the need for costly repairs down the line. Moreover, consistent upkeep can enhance efficiency and potentially prolong your system’s lifespan over time.

Why Does My Furnace Smell?

We’re accustomed to the burning dust odor emitted by furnaces upon their initial use after several months of dormancy. However, if you detect an unusual and persistent odor, it’s a clear indicator that your furnace requires attention. Here are some common furnace smells and their implications:

Musty Odor:

A mildew-like scent suggests the presence of fungal growth in an area prone to moisture accumulation. It’s advisable to have your furnace or ductwork cleaned to address this issue.

Burning Plastic Odor:

This could signal a potentially severe problem, such as a cracked heat exchanger or an overheated motor. It’s imperative to switch off your furnace immediately and seek professional service without delay.

Rotten Eggs Odor:

The smell of sulfur indicates a natural gas leak, posing a serious safety hazard. Without hesitation, turn off your furnace, evacuate to an area with fresh air, and promptly contact your local gas company for assistance.