Installation, Repair, Replacement & Maintenance in the Greater Cincinnati Area
When it comes to keeping your home warm during the winter, nothing does the job better than a well-maintained furnace. And when it comes to keeping your Cincinnati furnace well-maintained, no one does it better than Rick’s Heating & Cooling! We provide top-quality furnace services including:
Contact us today if you need furnace repair, replacement, inspection, or installation in Cincinnati, Maineville, Morrow, Lebanon, or Mason, Ohio!
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The quality of your furnace’s performance throughout its entire life can all be traced back to how well it was originally sized and installed. So if you think needing frequent furnace repairs and early furnace replacement sounds like a big, costly hassle, you need to call Rick’s Heating & Cooling! We’ve been doing business in the Cincinnati area since 1986, providing expert furnace installation services in Warren, Butler, Hamilton, Clermont, and Clinton counties and all of the surrounding areas.
If you’re looking to install a new furnace for your home, call us today at 513-899-6005!
Furnace Repair & Inspection in Cincinnati
The only way to make sure your furnace will last you all winter long is by having a quality inspection before you fire it up for the season! If it’s early fall and you’re getting ready to turn on your furnace for the winter, call Rick’s Heating & Cooling! We’ll come tighten the bolts, lube up all the parts, and make sure your furnace will provide you with total comfort through the entire winter.
If a furnace inspection reveals some damages that are going to require repairs, don’t worry — we can take care of those too! We’re one of the Cincinnati area’s top furnace repair companies, and we can handle any repairs you may need, large or small. Putting off furnace repairs when you need them will only make the problem worse — instead of waiting until your system breaks down, call Rick’s Heating & Cooling for furnace repair today!
As reliable as (properly installed) furnaces are, they do have a limited life span — usually 10 to 15 years. When it comes time to replace your furnace, you know who to call — Rick’s Heating & Cooling! Our furnace replacement experts can remove your old unit and replace it with a brand-new, more energy-efficient furnace that will last for years. If you’re ready to upgrade your heating system, call us at 513-899-6005 today!
No matter what furnace services you need in Cincinnati, Maineville, Morrow, Lebanon, or Mason, Ohio, call Rick’s Heating & Cooling! Our experts can install, inspect, repair, or replace your furnace so you can get years of quality heating.
Choose Rick’s Heating & Cooling for Furnace Services Near Morrow & Cincinnati
We’ve been the Cincinnati area’s HVAC contractor since 1986. Families and businesses have trusted Rick’s Heating & Cooling with all their furnace needs for over three decades. We proudly serve the following counties: Warren, Butler, Hamilton, Clermont, Clinton, and extended areas.
We are a top-rated HVAC company that can assist you with all of your heating and cooling needs:
- New heating system installations or replacements
- Free estimates on furnace installations
- Flexible financing options
- New construction HVAC installation specialists
- 24/7 emergency furnace services
- Furnace maintenance agreements
Contact Rick’s Heating & Cooling for Cincinnati Furnace Services
No matter what your furnace service needs are, contact Rick’s Heating & Cooling today! Schedule a service online or call us at 513-899-6005 to speak to a representative.
Frequently Asked Questions on Furnace Services
How much does it cost to repair a furnace?
It varies based on the work that needs to be done, but the average furnace repair costs around $300. Gas furnaces are typically more expensive to fix than electric ones since they are more complex.
Can a furnace be repaired?
In many cases, furnace problems can be easily identified and repaired by a qualified HVAC professional — particularly if the furnace is less than 10 years old. As long as you aren’t noticing a decrease in performance or an increase in utility costs, it’s likely a repair will be sufficient. There are times when replacing your heater is a better choice, even if it hasn’t reached the end of its expected life span. Signs it might be time for a new unit include frequent repairs or a new repair that costs more than one-third of the expense of a replacement furnace.
What does it mean to have your furnace serviced?
Furnace maintenance is a preventive heating system service that includes a thorough inspection, tune-up, and cleaning of your heating system. Instead of waiting for something to go wrong with your furnace, regularly scheduled maintenance can save you money, help you stay comfortable, and extend the life of your equipment. Typical furnace services include inspecting the venting system, checking the heat exchanger, cleaning and testing the blower, inspecting connections and sensors, checking and replacing the air filter, and more.
Is a furnace leaking water dangerous?
The most common cause of a leaking furnace on high-efficiency units is a condensation leak. But if you have a standard-efficiency unit, it shouldn’t have condensation, so the problem is something else. The leak could be caused by a whole-house humidifier leaking into the furnace. While a furnace leaking water is rarely dangerous or an emergency, it’s best to call a certified HVAC professional as soon as possible to resolve the issue for you.
Have additional questions about our furnace services for your Cincinnati-area home? Contact Rick’s Heating & Cooling online to schedule an appointment.
Our Service Area
We offer furnace services in Cincinnati, Morrow, Maineville, Lebanon, Mason, Amelia, Batavia, Blanchester, Blue Ashe, Deer Park, Fairfield, Fayetteville, Franklin, Goshen, Hamilton, Kings Mill, Lebanon, Liberty Township, Loveland, Madeira, Middletown, Milford, Monroe, Mount Orab, Norwood, Oregonia, Reading, Sharonville, South Lebanon, Springboro, Terrace Park, Waynesville, West Chester, Wilmington, and Wyoming, Ohio.