We occasionally gets a customer who questions the cost of their furnace repair, usually the cost of a part. For example, if they found the part for sale on Amazon at for $50, they want to know why the complete furnace repair cost is more than $50.
Here’s why your furnace repair cost includes much more than just the parts required:
- 24 hour furnace repair service. If your furnace breaks down, day or night Capital Heating & Cooling dispatches a highly trained HVAC repair technician to your home 24 hours a day. Unlike other Milwaukee HVAC companies, Capital Heating & Cooling has a customer service representative dedicated to answering emergency service calls 24 hours a day. So, you can rely on us for true 24 hour furnace repair service!
- Diagnostic fee. A certified HVAC technician will perform a full system diagnostic on your heating system to identify the problem as well as any related issues or parts that may be close to failing.
- HVAC part(s). The parts themselves are included, professionally installed by our New Berlin HVAC experts, and warrantees.
- Insured HVAC Company. An uninsured HVAC company may be cheaper, but you run a big risk if there’s an injury or damage. If an HVAC technician slips and falls in your home, you’re liable if the Milwaukee HVAC Company is uninsured.
- HVAC Repair Guarantee. When Capital Heating & Cooling performs heating system repairs, we guarantee them for 1 year.
According to National averages, homeowners can expect to pay around $300 for residential furnace repair, not including a diagnostic fee or trip charge. This average includes one man shops, uninsured HVAC companies, and HVAC companies that don’t stand behind their work with an HVAC guarantee; for a reputable HVAC company you may pay more. When you hire Capital Heating & Cooling, we use flat rate HVAC pricing presented ahead of time. You’ll never experience bait and switch tactics of hidden charges for your home furnace repair