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Furnace Heater Repair Los Angeles

Has your heater stopped working?
We are here to help!

Our gas heater repair technicians are trained and equipped to handle a majority of required heating repairs right on the spot. First, the service technician will evaluate your furnace, determine it's age, inform you if your unit is still under manufacturer's warranty and present you with a written estimate for repairs. Next, he will answer your questions, to assist you in making an educated decision regarding your heating system. Our vehicles are stocked with parts, which will minimize the time it will take to restore comfort in your home.

At LA Construction Heating and Air Conditioning, no heater repair job is too small and no call for help ever comes too early. We have the knowledge and experience you need to keep your home and family warm, safe, and comfortable.

Customer Satisfaction

A dedication to total customer satisfaction is at the core of our business and every job we perform.

Service Technician

Our technicians are trained, certified, background checked, uniformed, drug tested and a pleasure to work with.

Transparent Pricing

We offer fair, up-front pricing with flexible financing options on all products and service.

Industry Leading Guarantees

Get the peace of mind you deserve! Our furnace / gas heater repair, installation and maintenance guarantees are second to none.

On-demand Service

With our fully stocked service vehicles we’re ready to solve your heating problems on the spot!

Live Customer Care Center

You’ll always talk with a live person when you call us.

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Hiring Gas Heater Repair Contractor

Our EPA certified, NCI trained professionals are highly experienced and can accurately determine what needs to be done. It could be something like a defective circuit board or inducer motor, ignitor, gas valves, flame sensor or a faulty thermostat. On the other hand, your furnace could need a more extensive repair.Whatever your furnace repair needs are, our courteous, uniformed technicians will go over your repair options in detail. Most repairs come with a 12 month warranty unless otherwise specified on the estimate you receive.

See what our customers are saying

Excellent and professional! They diagnosed the problem with my furnace and repaired it without trying to up sell service. I will use them again.

Review by GARY d.

Showed up right on time and did great work quickly and with no mess. Took the extra time to explain the changes to me and help me figure out how to work the new system. Couldn't be happier!

Review by Sarah S.

They get 5 stars for promptness, cleanliness, expertise, niceness, friendliness etc. We are very happy with their service and have already referred them to friends! Jun was so nice and we love our nest thermostats! I would give them more stars if I could!

Review by Pamela K.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I know if my gas heater needs repairs?

A: Some common signs to look out for are strange noises and/or smells, system not heating to the desired temperature, and high energy bills. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms it may be time to call LA Construction Heating and Air for a service visit. For more signs and symptoms to look out for click the link below. Learn more.

Are there things I can check before scheduling my service call?

There are a few safe and easy ways to troubleshoot your system before contacting your HVAC company. You can check the thermostat settings to make sure they are not on a timer or are on the desired heating setting. You can change the air filters if they are dirty. You can also make sure that your circuit breaker is not turned off. Find more ways to troubleshoot your system here.

What are possible signs of a gas leak?

CO2 leaks are extremely dangerous and are very important to look out for. Some signs that you have a gas leak are higher than normal gas bills, bad sulfur-like odor, or feeling lightheaded and fatigued. If you suspect a gas leak you need to call your gas company right away to confirm and to turn your gas off if necessary. Learn more.

What can I do to avoid gas heater repairs in the future?

One easy and affordable way to avoid frequent heater repairs is by having your system regularly maintained. We have various options and affordable pricing for maintenance plans. Learn more.

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