Seattle Appliance Repair is in the Seattle furnace and heat pump repair business too! Now you can call Seattle’s top-rated appliance repair service for fast, reliable, and affordable repair to your furnace, heat pump or boiler.

What You Can Expect from Seattle Appliance Repair

Our professional technicians are certified by NATE, the National Association of Technician Excellence. They have years of experience repairing all major brands such as Carrier, Bryant, Trane, American Standard, Lennox, Rheem, Ruud, Armstrong, Maytag, Tappan, Westinghouse, Payne, Heil, Ducane, and more. Our Seattle heating repair trucks are fully stocked, so we’ll have the right part in most cases. We also have access to the area’s top parts warehouse, so repairs can usually be made the same day to get your source of heat running again.

We Cover the Seattle Area for Heating Repair

We provide furnace repair, heat pump repair, and boiler repair in Seattle, Tacoma, Everett, Bellevue, Kirkland, Edmonds, Redmond, Renton, SeaTac, Mercer Island, Sammamish, and other local cities.

One Call for Seattle Heating Repair Is All It Takes

Call us today at (206) 455-7898 or use our convenient contact form, and we’ll make your Seattle furnace repair our priority. That’s true for heat pumps, boilers, and other heating sources too.

We’re Growing Through Word of Mouth Our satisfied customers are telling friends and neighbors about Seattle Appliance Repair, and we look forward to making you our next happy customer! Night and weekend appointments are available for Seattle furnace and heat pump repair!

Heating Systems Maintenance Tips:

Here are some oven maintenance tips to help keep your oven in good condition and extend its lifespan:

Here are some tips for maintaining your heating system:

  1. Change or clean air filters regularly: Dirty air filters can reduce the efficiency of your heating system and cause it to work harder than necessary. Depending on the type of filter, you may need to replace it every one to three months.
  2. Keep vents and registers clear: Make sure that vents and registers are not blocked by furniture, rugs, or other items. Blocked vents can reduce airflow and cause your heating system to work harder than necessary.
  3. Schedule annual maintenance: Have a professional HVAC technician inspect and service your heating system once a year. This can help identify and fix any issues before they become major problems, as well as improve the efficiency and lifespan of your system.
  4. Check thermostat settings: Make sure that your thermostat is set to the desired temperature and is working properly. Consider upgrading to a programmable thermostat to save energy and money on heating costs.
  5. Keep the area around your heating system clean: Clear away any debris, dust, or other obstructions around your furnace or heat pump to improve airflow and efficiency.
  6. Consider upgrading to a more efficient system: If your heating system is old or inefficient, it may be time to consider upgrading to a newer, more efficient model. This can help you save money on energy costs in the long run.