Whether you’re looking to repair your furnace, or just some routine maintenance, Good Guys has the technicians to get the job done right. Over the last 30+ years, we’ve repaired furnaces for thousands of homeowners across the Lower Mainland.
Why choose Good Guys for your furnace maintenance and repair?
✓ Your local furnaces service experts. We have technicians who specialize in the maintenance and repair of furnaces. This includes new high efficiency systems, which are more complex than older systems. We have technicians with years of experience who have also completed multiple furnace training programs. This ensures we will get your job done as quickly as possible with a 90%+ chance of getting it done right on the first try.
✓ Upfront pricing. For an $89 evaluate fee we will visit your home and evaluate your system. Then we will give you a price to repair your system before we proceed. Or if you want maintenance we offer furnace services starting from $189. If you’re a new customer you can get a $40 new customer discount on a furnace service (repeat customers can ask about our club membership program to save on furnace maintenance).
✓ Service all brands. We service all major brands of furnaces, including Lennox, American Standard, Trane, Carrier, Tempstar, Daikin, and more.
✓ Well stocked trucks. Our furnace specialists drive trucks with hundreds of parts. This enables us to complete many different kinds of furnace repairs in a single trip.
✓ No subcontractors. All of our services are provided by our own Good Guys technicians. Not using subcontractors allows us to ensure the quality of our services.
Things to check before calling
There are a few things you should check before calling for service. These items may seem obvious, but we commonly receive repair calls over these simple issues.
• Check your thermostat settings. Be sure the temperature is set above the current room temperature, and the system switch is on HEAT or AUTO and the fan switch is set to ON or AUTO. If your thermostat requires batteries, make sure they are fresh.
• Try raising the thermostat to the highest temperature setting possible.
• Check the filter. Dirty filters can cause a furnace to shut down.
• Make sure the furnace door is securely shut. A sensor may shut down a system with a loose door.
• Make sure the furnace switch is on. It is usually located on a wall outside the furnace room.
• Open all registers and make sure nothing is blocking them.
• Check for a tripped circuit breaker or blown fuse. If this happens more than once, you have a problem.
• If your system has a pilot light, make sure it is on. See if the manufacturer has relighting instructions on your system.
Furnace repair vs. replacement
On average, furnaces are expected to last 15-20 years. So if your furnace is approaching the 15 year mark, you may want to consider replacing it rather than repairing it.
Your can learn more about your furnace options on our new furnaces page.