Emergency Furnace Repair Service

Furnace repair
Furnace repair

TOBIN’s been serving the metro Denver areas HVAC needs since 1954! If you are having issues with your furnace and you need a furnace repair please give us a call.  All of our technicians are clean-cut, uniformed, and licensed.  Tobin employs master technicians who are highly trained in their profession and are capable of performing their work at an entirely higher level than most technicians.

In most cases, we can respond to your service needs immediately, seven days a week.  Our trucks are stocked with the most common parts so we can hopefully save a trip to the supply shop.  When you call us let us know your brand of furnace and what you think the issue might be.  Our goal is to repair your furnace the same day if possible.

If the furnace is not repairable, we can replace it, providing many options in equipment.  Those options will range in efficiency and extended warranties available based on your wants, needs and budget.

We offer free in home estimates on furnace replacements.  This estimate will cover everything that needs to be done to remove the old furnace and replace it with a new one.  This includes the removal and recycling the old furnace.

Most furnace replacementsare covered with a 10 year parts and 1 year labor warranty.

All installs are up to code for the city or county that you are in.

We carry most brands of equipment.  Most installs are custom based on the needs and design of your home.

We  install traditional or state of the art wireless thermostats to enable and a/c to be added as well.

We value our customers and your satisfaction is our top priority.  We will schedule jobs as soon as possible, taking care of emergencies in a timely manner and taking them seriously.  Once we begin a job, we work until it’s complete.

Call your Denver Furnace repair and replacement experts at 303.893.5675

 

Draft Inducer Motor for your furnace

Is your furnace not starting up and maybe making a funny sound like it is trying to start up?  Perhaps you have shut it off and then turned back on. Maybe you just turned the fan on and it works.  You may be in need of a new induced draft motor or draft inducer motor. This motor is what creates a draft through the heat exchanger. Air and gas are drawn through the front of the furnace and conveyed to the flue connector. What you have is a whole assembly. In most cases the entire assembly is what gets replaced. In some rare cases you can replace just the motor which is cheaper but takes longer to do. When replacing the assembly it is important to replace the gasket that goes between the assembly and the heat exchanger manifold. The gasket is usually fiberglass or fire rated foam. Modern furnaces have this motor as well the circulating or blower motor. Out of the 2 motors, the inducer motor typically is the one that fails first. The bearings start to wear out making the operation noisier and eventually they fail and the motor stops turning. I have seen motors with noisy bearings run for a long time (years) and in other cases no increased noise is noticed before the motor fails.

The induced draft assembly is typically made of steel or metals such as the one in the picture.

They often  develop rust and wear out. Replacing the draft inducer motor assembly is the only way your furnace will operate.

Draft-induced-motor
Draft-induced-motor

How much should I expect to pay to replace my draft inducer motor assembly?

Depending on the make and model expect to pay between $500 and $800 for residential gas furnaces.  At Tobin you can count on us to tell you what the problem is and give you a fair reasonable price ti install a new draft induced motor.

 

Give us a call for a quote if you are in the Denver Metro area 303.893.5675

 

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