Furnace Services in Maryland, Delaware, and Pennsylvania
A properly functioning furnace is essential for your safety and comfort. At Service Today, our certified, licensed, and insured HVAC technicians work hard to keep your furnace in exceptional condition.
We offer installation, maintenance, and repair services for gas, oil, and electric furnaces. When you want the job done right, the first time, every time, you can always count on our team to give you the top-quality service you deserve!
24/7 Emergency Furnace Repair for MD, DE & PA Homes
Furnace repairs can’t wait if you’re without heat in the middle of winter. When your furnace malfunctions, prompt repairs are essential for your safety.
Our technicians are available 24/7 to provide emergency furnace repair. We maintain a comprehensive parts inventory, and our fully stocked service vehicles allow our certified HVAC technicians to effectively service all makes and models on the first visit.
Call 844-844-0314 now to request emergency furnace repairs!
Furnace Installation & Replacement in MD, DE & PA
Your furnace will provide between 15 to 20 years of reliable operation if properly serviced and maintained. When you choose Service Today for your furnace replacement project, our technicians will:
- Perform detailed load calculations
- Remove and properly dispose of your old furnace
- Prepare the installation site
- Install the furnace
- Run a heating cycle to ensure optimal operation
Types of Furnaces We Install
Homeowners in Maryland, Delaware, and Pennsylvania rely on a variety of fuel services for their furnaces, so we install, repair, and maintain them all:
- Oil furnaces last longer and burn hotter, providing more heat per British Thermal Unit.
- Gas furnaces are the most common furnaces in the region. They’re a great choice if you already have a natural gas supply line because you’ll benefit from energy savings over time.
- Electric furnaces are the most environmentally friendly option. They work efficiently and effectively to keep you warm.
Furnace Maintenance Across MD, DE & PA
It is essential to stay on top of preventative furnace maintenance. At Service Today, our HVAC professionals perform various tasks during each service appointment.
Our goal is to optimize system performance and energy efficiency. Plus, when you enroll in our Service Plan, you can rest assured that our preventative furnace maintenance services will save you money, improve indoor air quality, and help extend the serviceable life span of your system.
Our preventative maintenance services include:
- Inspecting the heat exchanger
- Inspecting the igniter or pilot light
- Checking burner operation
- Checking gas valves
- Testing emergency shutoffs
- Checking the draft inducer motor
- Inspecting the blower motor
- Checking the limit (safety) switch and controls
- Inspecting and tightening electrical connections
- Confirming proper thermostat operation
- Inspecting ductwork for leaks
- Testing unit operation
- Verifying proper airflow
Why Choose Service Today for Furnace Services?
At Service Today, your safety and comfort are our top priorities. Our dedicated HVAC professionals will thoroughly inspect, test, and repair your gas, oil, or electric furnace.
Since 1952, we’ve proudly served clients throughout the region, and we guarantee you will always receive:
- Same day service
- Exceptional customer service
- Service from factory-trained and background-checked HVAC technicians
- Honest advice and reliable recommendations
- 100% satisfaction guaranteed!
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I troubleshoot my gas furnace?
There are several things you can check before calling a certified HVAC specialist to inspect your furnace:
- Check your filter, and change it if it’s clogged.
- Inspect your thermostat to verify it’s properly set.
- Check for a tripped breaker.
- Ensure the pilot light is lit and blue.
If you still can’t resolve the issue, a professional can assist you.
Do faulty pilot lights give off carbon monoxide?
Pilot lights should be blue. If they are yellow or orange, they are not burning efficiently.
Yellow or orange pilot lights will also produce carbon monoxide. If you suspect a carbon monoxide leak, you should evacuate immediately.
How do you tell if a furnace gas valve is bad?
If you smell natural gas, experience a furnace shut down, or have a flooded furnace, it’s possible your gas valve has failed and needs to be replaced.
We are available 24/7 for emergency service.
We go above and beyond to ensure your comfort and safety.