Not sure if that company was pulling a fast one on you? Fox Family technicians are passionate about being honest and straightforward about what you need to keep your furnace system running for more years and can also give advice in situations. We would like to come out to come out and give a FREE second opinion on your furnace. We will help you make an informed decision and not pressure you into making a hasty decision about such a large purchase. We also have several financing options available for your family should you decide to change your furnace. Click here for more financing information or feel free to call us to schedule an appointment at (916) 877-1577.
Fox Family Heating and Air Conditioning is constantly training our co-workers in the latest diagnostic services for all furnace makes and models. We are experienced Trane Comfort Specialists, one of about ten companies in the Sacramento region who can proudly claim that high level of dedication. The furnace brands we service are Trane, American Standard, Ruud, Rheem, Carrier, Bryant, Payne, Lennox, Heil, York, Ducane, Comfortmaker, Goodman, Amana, Westinghouse, Day & Night, Gibson, Maytag, Janitrol and Coleman furnaces.
You may have a furnace in your closet that is 30 years old and still runs like a champ, but if you’re on this website right now, chances are that system has not been wanting to start up right lately. Let us take a look at the system and let you know whether a simple part will get you back up and running.
This is a question that has a multitude of answers but in order to troubleshoot the problem, we encourage you to double check a few basics first. Check the batteries in your thermostat. If the AC is not turning on at the thermostat you may have a bad compressor.
Is your AC blowing warm air? If so, you could likely have an impacted air filter or disconnected or damaged duct work. We recommend taking a look at the registers and checking your air filters.
This can happen when you have a clogged filter or a dirty evaporator coil. Another reason could be that your HVAC system is having refrigerant line issues.
That depends on the type of repair. A broken AC can cost anywhere from $100 – $2,000. If the part is easy to replace and inexpensive then it will be on the low end. Othertimes replacing a motor that may be a special order part can be on the higher end.