Does your furnace need service? Whether you can hear noises coming from your heating system or you no longer feel heat, when your heater stops working you need our quick repairs and service. The professionals at Manwill perform furnace & heating services in Salt Lake City and other surrounding areas throughout Utah.
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The Utah seasons can change unexpectedly. Don’t get caught without a way to properly heat your home. Our services help keep your furnace running no matter the weather. However, when you need quick assistance, Manwill is also here to help. Our professional team offers a range of services including furnace replacement, repair, maintenance, and service. Working with us you will find everything you need to get your furnace up and running in no time.
A Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) system needs proper maintenance to function efficiently and effectively. At Manwill, we provide ongoing maintenance contracts to ensure optimal operation and worry fee scheduled maintenance. Contact us today to quote a Planned Service Agreement for your home or business. We service Salt Lake City and the surrounding areas.
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Katie H.- Utah
“After having furnace trouble for over a year and having three different local companies not be helpful, Manwill got us right in right after I called. They quickly responded and very efficiently worked to help solve a furnace gas leak, and furnace problem. The technician David did a fantastic job of showing me the problems, and fixing them, as well as going above and beyond and cleaning and servicing our furnace on top of fixing our initial problems we called for...”
Dan N.- Utah
“I was looking to replace my heating system when I stopped in. Brian was very knowledgeable and helped me get what I needed. Fair prices and professional service what else can you ask for!!!!!!!”
RJ H.- Utah
“The Best! Super nice & knowledgeable. Fixed my AC & Heater fast. Thanks Manwill”
Carol S.- Utah
“We had a furnace and air conditioner put in by Manwill and they did and excellent, fast and friendly job.”
Most modern furnaces use electronic ignition instead of pilot lights. Furnace manufacturers eliminated standing pilots in an attempt to improve efficiency years ago. If you don’t see a pilot light, you most likely have a hot surface ignitor or electronic spark ignition. You can contact our licensed furnace technicians for additional help, getting your furnace working correctly.
Highly efficient furnaces, also known as 90+ efficiency furnaces, create condensation during system operation. This condensation can pull an extra 10-18% heat out of the gas during the secondary heat exchange process.
These 90+ efficient furnaces are also engineered with a drainage system that drains the condensation to an appropriate drain or pump. If there is water around the furnace or on the floor, it is typically a sign of a backed-up drain or a bad secondary heat exchanger. If you notice any of these issues, you should make an inspection appointment with one of our HVAC technicians.
No, all forced-air furnaces need electricity to operate. Modern gas furnaces either use a fan and an electronic ignition to light the burner. If you are looking for a furnace option that doesn’t require electricity, there are several Natural and Propane Gas Fireplaces that operate without electricity. These can be a good source of supplemental heat if you don’t have electrical capabilities. However, furnaces that use electricity offer the most optimal heating features.
A lot goes into choosing the right furnace, including the price. The cost of replacement furnaces ranges depending on the size and type of furnace you are considering. You should work with an experienced estimator if you want to select the right furnace for your home.
These estimators will assess a variety of factors, including when your home was built, the amount of insulation, windows, walls, and doors. Working with an expert, you will find the option that best fits your budget and needs.
Our team also recommends a heat load calculation to ensure that you get the best furnace option. A good company should also provide many different brands and furnace types with price quotes for each option.
An average furnace tune-up will take about an hour from start to finish. Manwill offers a checklist of services that our technicians will use during a tune-up. This list includes recommendations from major manufacturers, as well. During every tune-up or maintenance appointment, our team will check items off the list to ensure that everything is done properly.
Most furnaces in the state of Utah have an average life expectancy of approximately 16-18 years. If you hope for your furnace to last to its full-term, it must receive regular maintenance. A poorly maintained furnace will most likely last less time, while a well-maintained furnace may last up to 20 years.