Furnace Repairs in Spokane and Spokane Valley
Homeowners know the importance of a working furnace in the cold winter months – you never want to be without heat when the temperatures drop. If you suspect your furnace isn't heating your home comfortably enough or your furnace turns off and won’t turn back on, Mainstream is your family's partner in all things furnace repair.
Mainstream has a 20+ year reputation in the Spokane area for being the trusted name in Central Heating systems. When you need help with a malfunctioning furnace, you can rely on Mainstream to get the job done right with professionalism and timely service. You shouldn’t be colder any longer than you have to – we’re here to help.
Why You Should Choose Mainstream For Your Spokane Furnace Repair Needs
Expert advice from professional, licensed, and certified technicians
We stock enough parts in our trucks to do 93% of repairs on the spot
Flexible scheduling for furnace repair
You'll never pay more than you're quoted
We'll only sell you what you need
We stand by all recommended furnace repairs
What Are Common Signs of a Furnace in Need of Repair?
Even when your home furnace system is still heating your home, there are common warning signs Mainstream Electric, Heating, Cooling, & Plumbing knows to look for. If you notice any of the following, your heating system might need repair:
My Furnace On But Not Producing Enough Heat?
Is your home Furnace on but not producing enough heat on a cold day? Your furnace may have a clogged, dirty air filter, one of the leading causes of a furnace breakdown. If changing the filter doesn't immediately fix the problem, you'll need to schedule an appointment for service to find the issue and make the appropriate furnace repairs.
My Furnace Not Heating My Home at All
Furnaces can malfunction because of an issue with the thermostat, a blower that does not work, or leaky ductwork, among other things. A furnace not producing heat when turned on is a serious issue that needs to be looked at sooner rather than later.
My Furnace’s Pilot Light Keep Going Out
If your furnace isn't turning on, a common issue is your pilot light may not stay lit. Older furnace heating systems with a pilot light that continues to go out may seem like a small problem, but it wastes a lot of money and causes increases in your monthly gas bill. As the weather gets colder, a flickering pilot light will make your furnace work harder and cause unnecessary wear and tear on your furnace.
Additional Signs of a Furnace Problem
Odd sounds coming from the furnace
Foul odors or smells
The furnace does not turn on
Furnace turns on and off quickly
Furnace Repair vs. Furnace Replacement
In some cases, furnace repair won't be enough. Depending on what issue you're facing, how much you've spent on repairs previously, and planning for your home's future, deciding to replace your furnace instead of repairing it again might be the more prudent way to go. Mainstream technicians will be able to advise you on your unique situation and make recommendations on whether you should repair your unit or invest in a new furnace installation for your home.
Can Furnace Maintenance Prevent Repairs and Replacement?
Annual furnace maintenance is essential to keep your home heating running efficiently. Yearly maintenance will identify any issues with your furnace so you can schedule repairs before you need heat the most.
If your furnace needs to be replaced, an annual checkup can get that process started, so you can get the suitable unit ordered, installed, and ready to go for winter. Learn more about our Service Partner Plan and ensure you stay on top of maintenance each year.
Mainstream is the Furnace Repair Expert Near You
We offer a full line of heating installation, maintenance and repair that your home furnace system may require, no matter the problem or time of year. You can count on the trusted professionals at Mainstream Electric, Heating, Cooling, & Plumbing for exceptional service & quality craftsmanship.
Check out why your neighbors trust us to get the job done right
Very personable and patient!Both technicians that came to our home were great! They were very personable, and very patient. My mother in-law has a hard time with her English, as it is her second language, but they were both very patient with her, and made sure she understood everything that needed to be done. On their customer service alone I would recommend this company. We live in an old 1980's trailer which made it hard to find parts needed to fix our heating system, but they did all the research they could to try and find the parts needed. I am so glad I decided to call Mainstream Electric and will continue to use their services in the future.
RespectfulCody was respectful, personable, courteous, answered all our questions we had during his visit, knowledgeable. Cody helped us get in touch of the appropriate people, to finance the work that our home needs. He helped get the work scheduled so that we wont need to wait longer to get the work taken care of.
Highly RecommendThe entire team was very responsive and nice. Handled scheduling quickly. Process was clearly outlined at multiple points in the job to ensure expectations were being met. Took 48 hours from time I reached out to complete issue resolution. Highly recommend
KudosJaymin was very professional and friendly. Was knowledgeable and got right down to business. Did a great job! He deserves a KUDOS!! 👍 Daryl was also very professional and friendly. He was knowledgeable and explained the problem very clearly. He's also a good salesman! KUDOS to him, as well!! 👍
Furnace Repair FAQs
You might not. Before calling to schedule furnace repair, troubleshoot what's going on with the following steps:
- Check the furnace's breaker: The furnace may not be getting electricity. If a breaker was tripped, then you may be able to turn the power back on and get the furnace running again.
- Check the thermostat: This may seem obvious, but you'd be surprised how often people forget to ensure their thermostat is set to heat. Correctly setting your thermostat can be a simple solution to a chilly problem.
- Check the air filter: If you haven't replaced your furnace filter recently, it may be blocking adequate airflow. Ideally, you'd change it every 30 days, depending on your home's circumstances and manufacturer recommendations.
Mainstream’s technicians can help you fight off the winter chill
Eastern Washington winters are no joke! If there’s something wrong with your home furnace, don’t wait any longer. Whether you live in Coeur d’Alene, Mica, Rathdrum, or anywhere else in the area, Mainstream Electric, Heating, Cooling, & Plumbing will come to you.
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Super convenient Heating & AC Check. Why are checks important?
- Keeps your systems running at peak efficiency
- Helps prevent unexpected breakdowns
- Extends the life of your equipment
- Keeps your family safe from carbon monoxide leaks