Propane Furnaces in Madison, WI
Propane furnaces are the most common home heating method in the U.S., and it isn’t hard to see why. Propane furnaces are safe, affordable, versatile, and often the warmest option! Here at All Comfort Services, we pride ourselves on offering the full suite of heating services including propane furnace repair, replacement, maintenance, and installation. Read on for an overview of what we offer in this area.
To learn more about our propane furnace services, call us at (608) 838 – 7300 or contact us online!
Propane Furnace Repair
We don’t live in Bermuda. Here in Madison, a broken furnace is a true emergency. When temperatures dip into the single digits, your furnace needs to provide reliable heating to your home. Always be on the lookout for these common signs of furnace failure:
- Higher than normal heating bills
- Strange noises coming from your furnace
- Your pilot light flame is dim, sputtery, or any color other than deep blue
- The air in your home feels stale and dry
- There is a ton of soot in or around the furnace
- You already have a furnace repair service on speed dial
Further, if your propane furnace is over 15–20 years old, it will likely need frequent repairs strictly based on wear-and-tear, and may even be more efficient to replace with a new system.
To schedule propane furnace repair in Madison, WI, call (608) 838 – 7300 or contact us online today.
Propane Furnace Replacement
Again, if your propane furnace is over 15–20 years old, it might be time to proactively replace it. Other common causes of total failure include:
- A malfunctioning thermostat
- Blower motor issues
- Blocked ducts or vents and drainage issues
- Failure to ignite
- Improper furnace maintenance (dirty furnace, not annually inspected)
If you suspect your furnace has experienced total failure, don’t delay!
Call us at (608) 838 – 7300 or contact us online to learn about replacement options.
Propane Furnace Maintenance
To maximize the lifespan and efficiency of your propane furnace, you should have it properly cleaned and maintained by a qualified technician annually. This will also help ensure that your furnace is running safely. Here at All Comfort Services, we’ll leverage our versatile experience to conduct a multi-point, comprehensive propane furnace inspection. Schedule that here, or call us at (608) 838 – 7300.
Propane Furnace Installation
When it comes to furnace installation, a lot can go wrong. Sometimes, the ductwork just isn’t up to providing the proper airflow. Other times, the furnace itself is mismatched in size, and can’t handle the home’s energy needs, or the technician is not properly trained and credentialed. Going with All Comfort Services for your installation guarantees a safe, frustration-free installation experience that’s done right the first time.
Choose All Comfort Services for Your Propane Furnace Needs in Madison, WI
In Madison, you have dozens of HVAC companies to choose from, but not one of them offers the All Comfort Services advantage. We provide transparent pricing upfront (no hourly estimates that change with the winds) all backed by a 100% satisfaction guarantee. Our technicians are all highly trained and will get the job done quickly and correctly. With All Comfort Services you can be confident that you have experts on site.
All Comfort Services is ready to keep your comfortable all year round. For propane furnace repair, maintenance, and replacement services in Madison and the surrounding communities, contact us online or call (608) 838-7300.
Propane Furnace FAQs
Are propane furnaces any good?
The short answer is yes, by almost any metric. The latest propane furnaces can achieve 90%-98% efficiency, meaning less pollutants and more savings for you and your family.
How does a propane furnace work?
Propane furnaces act on the principles of forced air. First, propane is ignited via the burner. The flames heat a metal heat exchanger and emit out of the flue, transferring the heat into the inbound air. As the warm air fills your home, the colder, denser air in each room is pulled back into the furnace via the ductwork, and the process begins anew.
How long do propane furnaces last?
Propane furnaces typically last between 15 and 20 years on average.