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Local Furnace Repair Service
in Seacoast NH and Southern Maine.

Home Furnace Repair

New Englanders know about cold, harsh winters. East Coast knows how important it is for you and your family to have reliable heat in your home during our long winter season. We never want you to be without the warmth and comfort that you deserve. That’s why we offer 24/7 emergency service to all our existing customers. When you’re a customer of ours, you can be sure you’ll be taken care of promptly, with care and compassion.

Losing your heat due to a failed furnace is frustrating, and sometimes it can become downright dangerous. We’re here to walk you through what went wrong and what will be required to get your system up and running again – quickly and affordably. One way to avoid this frustrating situation, is to enroll in our Preventative Maintenance Plans. Regular maintenance, especially in New England, is essential to keeping you and your family safe and comfortable all year long.

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Furnaces We Repair

Natural Gas Furnaces

Propane Furnaces

Oil Furnaces

Electric Furnaces

Tell Tale Signs Your Furnace Needs Repair

No Heat

This is the obvious clue that something is wrong. If there is no heat (or cold air) blowing from your system, it is possible you may only need to replace a dirty air filter. Most people don’t realize that filters should be changed frequently. Every 90 days is optimal, or more often if you smoke, have pets, or anyone in your household suffers from allergies. Homeowners in New England tend to run our furnaces more than many people in other parts of the country, which means your filter can get clogged faster. If changing the filter doesn’t solve the problem, give us a call to diagnose the problem and let you know what is needed to get your heat  running again.

Shift In Temperature

If you notice a sudden change in room temperature, either hotter or colder, this indicates something is wrong. Sometimes a reboot is all you need, just like your computer or modem. Try turning off your furnace completely, wait for 5-10 minutes, and then try again. If this doesn’t regulate the temperature you may need to replace your thermostat batteries (if you have them). If neither of these DIY tricks solve the issue, call our pros and we’ll take care of you.

Pilot out on older furnaces

If you have an older furnace in your home, it may still rely on a pilot. When the pilot light goes out, so does your heat. These days, pilot lights are being replaced by newer electronic ignitions, which will save you hundreds of dollars in fuel costs alone.

Experience You Can Count On

East Coast is proud to be a trusted heating, cooling, and electrical resource for homeowners all across the New Hampshire seacoast and southern Maine. When you turn to us, you get expert service from licensed HVAC technicians and professional electricians at a fair price – every time. For nearly four decades, families have relied on our dedication to total customer satisfaction. How can we be of service to you, today?

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Save with an Energy
Savings Agreement

Extend and protect  the life of your heating and cooling equipment and keep more money in your wallet with an Energy Savings Agreement from East Coast HVAC. ESA members enjoy 20% off routine maintenance and get preferred scheduling for services like 24/7 emergency service, system tests, startups, visual inspections, and cleanings. 

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FAQs: Furnace Repair Services

Our recommendation is that furnaces of all styles should be serviced on an annual basis, regardless of fuel type.

No! Although the words are commonly used synonymously, furnaces heat by warming your home’s air across a heat exchanger, while boilers generate hydronic heat, using water and some means of radiation (radiators, baseboard heat, floor warming).

Depending on the age of your system, our technicians will make their best professional recommendation on whether you should invest more money into an old furnace. Many times, with increased efficiency and rebates available, it makes most sense to replace a system that is already past or close to its life expectancy.

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