Indianapolis Furnace Repair

Indianapolis’ Top-Rated Furnace Repair Company

B&W has been at the top of the HVAC repair industry in Indianapolis for over 60 years. Throughout that time, we’ve built great relationships with many repeat customers. Our customers know they can trust us with:

  • New furnace installation, featuring Indiana’s largest inventory of American Standard heating equipment.
  • Furnace, heat pump, and boiler repair (all makes and models).
  • Auxiliary heat with heat pumps.
  • 24/7 emergency heating repair.
  • Electric furnace.
  • Wi-Fi energy tracking thermostats.
  • Whole home air purifiers that remove viruses, bacteria, and odors.
  • Whole home air cleaners, humidifiers, dehumidifiers, and air exchangers.

Common Heating System Problems That Need Repairs

Sometimes, it can be tough to tell if your Indianapolis furnace needs to be repaired, or if there’s even an issue with the unit at all. Thankfully, your electric or gas furnace will likely leave you signs that there is an issue in need of repairs. Some of these signs include:

Strange noises or odors

A furnace that makes strange noises or emits weird odors can be indicative of a number of different issues. For example, a furnace that constantly makes a loud banging noise whenever it’s turned on could mean there is an issue with the ignition system, the gas valve, or a clogged and dirty burner. A professional should come to inspect your furnace to find the true cause of the issue.

Furnace produces weak or cool airflow

The most common and obvious sign a furnace needs repairs is if it’s producing weak or cool air. If your furnace isn’t heating your home like it’s supposed to, call the experts at B&W to see what repairs are necessary to bring warmth back to your Indianapolis home.

Furnace won’t turn on

A furnace refusing to turn on could signal an issue with the flue pipe system, gas control, relay control, the thermostat, or other electrical components. Whatever the cause is, contact a professional for emergency furnace repair service.

Spike in utility bills

If you suspect an issue with your furnace, pay close attention to your utility bills. When a furnace isn’t doing its job correctly and is putting out a temperature below what it should be, it will take longer to bring the home to the set temperature. When that happens, the furnace is forced to stay on longer, driving up the cost of your utilities.

Cold spots or uneven temperatures

One of your furnace’s jobs is to make sure that your home reaches the desired temperature and stays there. If you’re noticing cold spots or uneven temperatures throughout your Indianapolis home, it might be a sign that your furnace needs repairs.


DIY Furnace Repair Before You Call Us

Confirm the thermostat is accurate and turned on

As simple as it might seem, check that your thermostat is turned on the heating mode before taking any additional steps. If your thermostat uses batteries, check to see if they need to be replaced.

Check or change the HVAC filter

HVAC filters should be replaced every two to three months on average. If you’ve been slacking with replacing or checking your HVAC’s filter, your issue might be with the furnace filter, and it should be checked right away.

Look for any furniture blocking airflow

Did you recently rearrange the furniture? Make sure there isn’t any furniture blocking your registers and the dampers in the registers are open.

Benefits of a Planned Service Agreement from B&W

B&W offers Planned Service Agreements to help provide consistent maintenance and tune-ups at a more affordable price. The benefits of a Planned Service Agreement include:

  • Spring and fall HVAC system tune-ups
  • 10% discount on plumbing, heating, and air conditioning repairs
  • Preferred scheduling
  • No overtime fees, nights, or weekends

We’ll Work with You to Make Your Project a Reality.

At B&W Plumbing, Heating, Cooling, and Drains, we know what it takes to raise a family. We’re a family business. That’s why we’ll work with you and Wells Fargo, whom we’ve developed relationships with, to provide payment options that can help you purchase those bathroom or kitchen updates or that new home comfort system. Special financing is available with approved credit.