Furnace Repair

"As a homeowner, finding a good plumber is important and maintaining a good relationship is everything. Royal Class Service is all of that and more." - R.R. 

Hudson Valley Furnace Repairs

Providing Dependable Repairs with Upfront Pricing

It’s our job to keep your furnace in the best condition possible. All furnaces have a lifespan and replacement is inevitable at some point. But we do whatever we can to extend the life of your furnace by making sure no problems get out of hand. Our Hudson Valley furnace repair professionals perform all repairs promptly and professionally with workmanship that we guarantee is the best available.

Regular furnace repairs and frequent maintenance will extend the life of your furnace and save you money down the road. It’s very important that any problems are taken care of as soon as possible, and they’ll rapidly grow into bigger, more complicated problems. If you can keep your furnace repaired and well maintained, you’ll save money on the energy costs of your home, and prevent the need for a replacemnt.

Contact us today by calling (845) 764-8046 to schedule a free consultation.

Furnace Lifespans & Warning Signs

Furnaces typically last between 20 and 30 years. Depending on how well maintained your machine is and how promptly any problems have been repaired, its lifespan could wind up being only as much as half as long. Once a furnace has reached the 15-year mark, it’s probably time to begin considering whether or not you’ll need a replacement. You’ll also want to make sure that any problems with your furnace, at this point, are handled by a furnace repair specialist immediately. At Royal Class Service, we recommend having a furnace inspection at least at the 15-year mark to ensure nothing is critically wrong with your unit.

Yearly furnace inspections will also help ensure your furnace has a long life, and they’ll save you money on larger, more expensive repairs down the line.

One thing to make sure you watch out for is an increase in your energy costs. If energy costs are rising but you’re using your furnace just as much—or even less—you’ll need furnace repairs.

Other warning signs you might need furnace repairs include:

  • Buzzing sounds coming from the unit
  • Soot or dust on the outside of the unit
  • Rust accumulation throughout the unit

All of these are symptoms of larger problems and your best bet is to have a professional take a look as soon as possible. Our Hudson Valley furnace repair technicians will help you with any repairs necessary, and take any possible preventative measures to ensure no big problems occur in the future.

Oil to Gas Furnace Conversion

One of the best ways to save money on your heating is to make the switch from oil to gas. Our contractors can convert your oil furnace into a gas furnace. If you’ve found yourself shying away from using the heat and going cold rather than spending the energy, it’s time to switch. Oil is much more expensive than gas and it’s not any more energy efficient so the conversion will pay for itself.

If you’re looking for a Hudson Valley furnace repair contractor, look no further than Royal Class Service. Reach us by calling (845) 764-8046 or contacting us online.

Real Reviews from Real Customers

  • “I have never had a better experience with a company.”

    - Dan
  • “I'm so glad that I found this company several years ago when they installed a new hot water heater for me.”

    - Michele
  • “Outstanding Boiler Service”

    - Ellen

What You Can Expect

Get the Peace of Mind You Deserve
  • Personable & Timely Technicians
  • Above Par Customer Service
  • Cross-Trained Technicians Able to Perform Plumbing, Heating & Cooling Services
  • Experienced, Responsible & Reliable Team

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Let Us Help You Regain Your Comfort. 
Call (845) 764-8046

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