Heating & Furnace Repair
Heating Furnace Replacement, Maintenance, Installation & Repair
Including FREE Estimates!
*Free in-home estimates available only to residential homeowners on weekdays during regular business hours.
Houston Heating Service and Repair
Call John Moore today at 877-730-2525 and request your complete heating and insulation check-up and inspection.
Everyone knows Houston weather is tough on air conditioners, but did you know it’s even tougher on heaters? Our wintertime temperatures can swing wildly from day to day – heck, even from hour to hour – causing starts and stops which equal excessive wear and tear on heating systems. And to make matters worse, many furnaces are natural gas-fueled, creating safety concerns as well.
But John Moore’s got you covered. Our certified heating repair specialists arrive ready to diagnose and tackle any heating problem, large or small. Plus, we’ll thoroughly review your system to ensure it safely meets the heavy demands of winter use, and is ready for the off-season shutdown months, too.
So don’t get left out in the cold. Call on John Moore to put decades of Houston-area heating repair expertise to work for the comfort and safety of your home and family. And to make things even easier on you, we have a $0 down financing option so you can have the heat you need – right away.
Heating Services Include:
Furnace maintenance, like a lot of things around your home, is hard to remember. The phrase “Out of sight, out of mind” seems to sum up how most people feel about their furnace.
In Houston, our furnaces are turned off for most of the year so when we turn them on with the first cold front they may not perform as efficiently as previous years. During our 30-point furnace tune-up a licensed technician will ensure that your system is running as efficiently as possible.
Would you believe that most Houston-area homes don’t have the recommended amount of attic insulation? And worse, most aren’t built with enough in the first place?
The Department of Energy’s recommended standard is 15 inches of attic insulation, but the majority of homes in our area average only three to five inches. That means up to 20 percent of your air conditioning and heating dollars could, quite literally, be floating away.