Expert Furnace Repair in Cedar Hill Someone, somewhere in Cedar Hill is going to go through their furnace quitting on them in the dead of winter. It is unavoidable. Make sure this storyline doesn’t explore its way into your life by keeping up with annual furnace service from the professionals at Levy & Son. Nobody wishes to arrive home from a freezing day to feel that their home is nearly as cold as it is outside. When it is time for an annual tune-up or you happen to need unplanned furnace repair, Levy & Son realizes the seriousness of preserving a warm home. Our professionals are on-call 24/7 to be at your service. When your furnace isn’t working correctly we know it can be a frustrating moment. That’s why our NATE-certified professionals are at your service, no matter where you are or what time it is. Levy & Son commits our professionals will leave you in a cozy home that you won’t need to worry about. Our professionals are focused and skilled to properly fix any category of HVAC issue, the first time. Each appointment is different, therefore we treat you and your furnace’s issues as individual cases and cater to the necessities of you and your home. We are constantly willing to help, but we urge these four simple tips to test your furnace before giving us a call: Thermostat setting – The most important task of a furnace is to create a comfy and cozy environment for your home. So when outside begins snowing for good, make sure you’ve turned your thermostat over to ‘heat.’ Furnace switch – Your furnace power is controlled by a switch that looks like a normal light switch, and should be turned on. If it’s not on, flip it on and sit a few minutes. Most furnaces have a built-in time delay and your furnace won’t turn on immediately after flipping on the switch. Filter – Furnace filters are an important part to your system. Not only does it sift out particles, dust and other contaminants, it impacts your furnace’s efficiency as well. We recommend changing out filters every three months to notice the finest results. Circuit breaker – It’s possible that the breaker titled for your furnace has been tripped. Go to your circuit breaker panel and check to see if the switch has been tripped. If it has, cycle it by turning it off and then back on. You may have to wait a few minutes for the time-delay to go by before your furnace starts back on. If you do this and your furnace still isn’t running, give us a call and we can help figure out what is happening with your furnace so we can get it back up and running. Here at Levy & Son, we want to make sure you have a warm and peaceful winter without any hiccups. No matter what time of day it is, our professionals are here to guarantee you stay comfortable in your home. To schedule an appointment today, call us at 469-250-0932 or schedule online.