Indiana Furnace Repair

Indiana Furnace Repair
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Indiana furnace repair is one of R.T. Moore’s specialties because we service all of Central Indiana. If you need fast furnace repair – regardless of the manufacturer – call us at 317.291.1052 right now. If your Indiana furnace is blowing cold air, we can repair it. As an Indiana family owned business, we have been repairing Indiana furnaces since 1955.

Why choose R.T. Moore to repair your furnace? Because we will send a furnace repair technician to your home, not a salesperson. We’ve been your neighbor in the Indianapolis area providing Indiana furnace repair since 1955, so we want to be your go-to furnace repair tech. If you need a furnace replacement, we can help with that, too. But our priority is getting your furnace heat working with the best possible value for your money.

Call us right now at 317.291.1052 for fast Indiana furnace repair, heating service, and if needed, furnace replacement in your Central Indiana home.

If your furnace needs repair, what can you expect? Our highly-trained and skilled furnace repair techs can bring your furnace back to optimal working conditions – same-day when necessary – regardless of the original manufacturer. We pride ourselves on getting the job done right the first time and making sure your home or office is nice and warm.

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Call us at 317.291.1052 for:

  • Furnace Repair, Replacement, and Service
  • Heating Fixes
  • Indoor Air Quality Improvement
  • Humidifier Installation and Service
  • Preventative Maintenance Plans

Indiana Furnace Repair

Remember, if your heat doesn’t work and you need a furnace fix, we send a service technician to your home, not a salesperson. You can trust the furnace and HVAC repair and service experts at R.T. Moore to treat you with respect when you need your heating furnace repaired.

We serve all of Central Indiana with furnace repair, including Indianapolis and the surrounding areas:

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After: The clean furnace
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Furnace Repair in Indiana: Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What type of filters should I use with my Indiana furnace?
A: We recommend 5-inch media filters for furnaces in Indiana. In some situations, these filters are not an option. See an upcoming video for different types of filters we recommend.

Q: How often should I change my furnace filter when there is construction going on in my Indiana home?
A: Check your filter weekly. A dirty filter can cause damage to your system. This can also immediately shut off your heat.

Q: Which type of unit is better for heating in Indiana? Gas furnaces or electric?
A: This is a personal preference. Some people in Indiana prefer gas furnaces since electric heat does not come out as hot.

Q: I live in Indiana where it is humid in the summer and dry in the winter. Should I clean my ductwork? Will that help my furnace?
A: Cleaning ductwork depends on the home. When our heating and cooling expert is in your home, ask their opinion regarding your duct work.

Q: Should I have the fan running all the time with my furnace in an Indiana home?
A: Yes. Many people are concerned this will increase utility costs, however, there is more energy used to start and stop a system than to run one all the time. Also, starting and stopping the system frequently can wear faster.

Q: Why is my furnace thermostat blank?
A: There are many different reasons this can happen. Contact us to investigate this issue.

Q: How often should I have my furnace cleaned?
A: Furnace manufacturers recommend this be done annually by a professional.

Q: Why do I need to have my furnace cleaned?
A: It is recommended your furnace be cleaned to be sure it is running at manufacturer specifications. The furnace has safety components that need checked as well.

Q: What else will the heating technician do when he checks my furnace?
A: The technician has a checklist he will perform and share results and recommendations with you.

Q: I have an electric furnace. When the air comes out of the vent, it sometimes feels cooler than I think it should. Is that normal?
A: Most electric furnaces have a heat pump attached and this does not release air that feels as warm to the touch.

Q: When my furnace is running, why does my home feel warmer upstairs than it does downstairs?
A: Most often this has to do with the ductwork design. Many homes do not have enough cold air returns.

Q: If I need service on my furnace on a holiday or weekend, would the technician on call have the parts to fix it?
A: Our technicians try to carry as many universal parts as possible.