Furnace Service & Repairs in Pasadena, MD
Serving the Baltimore and Annapolis Areas
Winters can be frigid in the Baltimore metropolitan area. Most families in Maryland choose an electric furnace, gas furnace, or oil furnace to heat their homes in the winter, but even the best furnaces may occasionally require repairs.
Our furnace repair technicians are nationally certified, go through extensive training and are background-checked for safety. All of our furnace repairs have Upfront Pricing, which means that you know how much your furnace repair will cost BEFORE any work is completed. We have developed relationships with many furnace manufacturers, so we can offer parts and replacements for huge discounts to our Baltimore area customers. Our furnace repair experts will get your heat back on and functioning at peak performance in no time!
We install natural gas and oil furnaces that are sure to keep you warm in even the most frigid temperatures. Furnaces are categorized by efficiency using an AFUE rating. We have the most efficient technologies on the market, and would be happy to discuss your options during one of our FREE estimates. We recommend an attached whole-home humidifier with furnace installations, because this will make your furnace even more efficient and your air more comfortable.
All of our complete furnace installations come with a FREE Maintenance Protection Plan Membership for two years after installation. As a Silver Protection Plan Member you are entitled to 20% off our whole home Duct Cleaning Services, Priority Service, and one 80-point Heating and Cooling Tune-Up one year after installation. Learn about all the benefits of having a maintenance plan here.
This is one of the most common questions our customers in Baltimore, MD ask our technicians. We are committed to giving our clients complete information so they can make the best choice for their home and budget. We will evaluate your system and offer pricing and options for a repair and installation and our recommendation for your investment.
Here are a few basic questions to consider:
- Is your furnace more than 10 years old?
- Does it cost more than it should to heat your home in the winter?
- Is your furnace running less efficiently than it used to?
- Does your furnace seem improperly sized for your Baltimore area home?Are there rooms or floors of your home that your furnace cannot heat properly.
If you answered yes to any of the above questions, then you may save more money long term by replacing your furnace rather than repairing it. Click here to get more information about Powell and Turner’s furnace replacements.