The Best Furnace Repair Crew in the Russellville Area
A gas furnace is often the best solution for Russellville, AR, homeowners to keep their homes warm and comfortable. If you have a gas furnace or are considering installing one, Atchley Air can help with everything from gas furnace inspections to gas furnace repair.
Our experienced HVAC pros and family-owned business will help you stay warm and comfortable as you optimize your use of your gas furnace.
Choose Atchley Air for gas furnace installation, replacement, repair, and maintenance in Russellville, AR.
Contact us online today to schedule service.
Gas Furnace Inspections
Gas furnaces are reliable and effective heating solutions, but they also consist of many complex parts that require expert care. Without proper care, gas furnaces can produce dangerous gases and even create a fire risk in your home.
Scheduling routine furnace inspections can help prevent these risks by ensuring the system works safely.
Schedule an inspection for your gas furnace with Atchley Air.
Expert Maintenance for Your Gas Furnace
In addition to inspections, our team offers gas furnace maintenance. The highly trained team at Atchley Air will inspect and tune up your furnace for safe, reliable, and energy-efficient performance. We recommend gas furnace maintenance in the fall to give you optimal performance throughout winter.
If your furnace is due for maintenance, contact us online to request service.
Gas Furnace Repair
When your gas furnace is on the fritz, our team is standing by to provide gas furnace repairs. Some signs that your furnace may need repair include:
- Increased energy costs
- Yellow pilot light (it should be blue)
- Unusual noises coming from the furnace
- Furnace takes a long time to heat up
- Buildup of dust near the furnace vents
- Strange odor when the furnace is running
If you notice these issues, schedule an appointment with our team immediately.
Gas Furnace Installation & Replacement
After about 15 years, you’ll need to start thinking about replacing your gas furnace. Turn to Atchley Air for top-notch gas furnace installation and replacement. Our team will help you choose the ideal furnace for your home, comfort needs, and budget so you can enjoy unwavering performance all winter.
Schedule gas furnace installation in Russellville with Atchley Air today.
What’s the Difference Between a Gas Furnace and Electric Furnace?
Gas furnaces and electric furnaces can both be beneficial. Gas furnaces have lower fuel costs and higher heat efficiency. In other words, they can help you save money over time.
Though electric furnaces cost less to install, they cost more to run over the long term, making gas furnaces the ideal choice for many Arkansas River Valley homeowners.
Trust Atchley Air for Gas Furnace Services in Russellville & Fort Smith, AR
Atchley Air has served the Arkansas River Valley since 1958, and we continue to serve as a family-owned business now, three generations later. You benefit from working with a team that stands behind their work, treats you with respect, and will do the job well the first time.
You can count on Atchley Air for all your gas furnace needs.
Contact us online to schedule service in Russellville or Fort Smith, AR.
Do you have questions about gas furnaces? Here are some of our frequently asked questions and their answers.
How often should I have my gas furnace tuned up?
To increase your gas furnace’s life span and keep it running efficiently, you should have a professional tune-up at least once a year. It’s best to schedule it at the start of fall, so you know everything is in good working order before the cold weather sets in.
What size gas furnace do I need?
The size of the furnace you need depends on your home’s size and configuration. However, the basic guideline is to plan for 30 to 60 BTUs (British Thermal Units) per square foot, depending on your climate. The cooler the area where you live, the more BTUs you’ll need.
How long does a gas furnace last?
A well-maintained gas furnace can last a long time. On average, the life span of a gas furnace is between 15 and 20 years. If your gas furnace is over 15 years old and repairs are starting to get expensive, consider upgrading your furnace.