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Here are several major signs that you need summer AC repair

When summer temperatures begin to soar, you need to know you can count on your air conditioning. Heat causes discomfort and impacts the health of people and pets alike, so it’s important to recognize any red flags in your home’s cooling system. Here are the major signs you need summer AC repair here in Albuquerque.

Pictured: Here in Albuquerque, you need to know the signs you need summer AC repair.

Here in Albuquerque, you need to know the signs you need summer AC repair.

Warm air is coming out of your system

The last thing you want during summertime is more heat in the house, but a problematic air conditioning system can lead to this very situation. There are actually a number of potential causes of this issue, including:

  • A failing AC compressor, which is unable to transfer refrigerant as needed
  • Cracked or damaged coils that are allowing refrigerant to leak
  • Problems with the actual thermostat controls

It’s advisable to get input from an experienced service provider (like those here at Wagner!) if you notice any of the above, so as to quickly pinpoint problems and minimize potential downtime.

Rough performance

Two of the most common signs you need summer AC repair include outdoor units that start or run harder than usual. Shaking, rattling, and rumbling are some of the readily observable warnings; they usually indicate a problem with the fan or condenser.

It’s not recommended that you switch on your air conditioning when any of these issues exist, as additional use can make things worse. Instead, call Wagner for 24/7 emergency AC repair here in Albuquerque.

Electrical issues

Circuit breakers are designed to protect against electrical overloading, a dangerous condition that’s capable of damaging your air conditioning system or even causing a house fire.

If using your AC regularly trips breakers and shuts the system off, it may point to excess power being drawn by an overheating compressor. Play it smart and have a Wagner tech inspect your system as soon as possible.

We’re here for your summer AC repair needs

Summer AC repair problems can be a big headache, but Wagner is always ready to deliver for you. We provide a full slate of residential air conditioning services, from new installations to professional repairs and replacements.

Give us a call today and let us know how we can help make your home the place you want to be all season long.

Tips for diagnosing swamp cooler problems this summer

To keep your cooling and energy costs as low as possible during the warmer months of the year, you might have invested in a swamp cooler. Swamp coolers are a great way to stay cool! However, homeowners can encounter swamp cooler problems from time-to-time. Here’s a guide on diagnosing any issues you might have with them. Contact us for service!

Your swamp cooler won’t start

If you suddenly discover that your cooler won’t start, start by checking the breaker or fuse to see if that might be the problem. Replacing the fuse or resetting the breaker might help take care of the issue, but the cooler’s wiring might be the problem if that doesn’t help.

Remember: you should never work with electrical systems directly. Instead, you should call the professional electricians at Wagner for help.

It’s not producing enough cold air

Maybe it’s that you’re getting plenty of airflow from your cooler, but for some reason, it doesn’t seem to be cooling you down. It might be that there’s a clog triggering your evaporative cooler problems. Are the cooling pads dry? If so, wet them a bit before using your cooler again to see if that helps take care of the issue.

Water is pooling under the system

Should you ever discover a small pool underneath your swamp cooler, it might be that you didn’t store it correctly during the cooler months of the year. Swamp cooler shutdown is an important task that, if done wrong, can lead to further swamp cooler problems.

For example, failing to drain the cooler before storing it or not clearing it out thoroughly can result in such a leak. Additionally, the cooling pads should be removed and the system should be covered throughout the winter season.

Odd odors are coming from the system

A swamp cooler shouldn’t smell like its namesake. Water or mildew on the pads might be the culprit behind the smell. Again, it’s important to properly maintain and care for the unit so it’s always fresh and clean. This is one of the many reasons we recommend scheduling a swamp cooler startup at the start of every season.

The system has poor airflow

It could be that your cooler cools, but that it doesn’t churn out enough air to make the room comfortable. The unit might not have the exhaust it needs to do its job properly, but if your model doesn’t use exhaust ducts, try opening doors and windows to see if that boosts the airflow.

Call Wagner for help diagnosing swamp cooler problems

For professional HVAC help with your swamp cooler problems, contact us here at Wagner.

It’s time to schedule your evaporative cooler shutdown. Here’s why.

Throughout the hot summer months here in Albuquerque and Santa Fe, our swamp coolers—also known as “evaporative coolers”—have kept us cool and comfortable. But, now fall is here and winter is arriving soon. It’s time to schedule your evaporative cooler shutdown.

All swamp coolers require winterization in the fall. It’s part of their design. Failure to prepare your system for colder weather and snow can result in damage—perhaps even fatal—to the system. In this blog, we’ll discuss that and a few more reasons why you should have a professional inspect and shutdown your cooler.

Swamp Cooler ShutdownFour reasons to schedule your evaporative cooler shutdown

If you have a swamp cooler inside the house, it’s essential that you schedule a seasonal shutdown with Wagner. Here are the four big reasons why you should have Wagner shut down the swamp cooler this month:

#1. Prevent damage to the system

A swamp cooler contains many different moving parts, most made of metal. Over time, any standing water left in the system—or water deposited by winter rains or snow—will develop into rust and corrosion, ruining the system. In addition to completely draining the system, Wagner’s technicians expertly cover the swamp cooler to ensure that moisture is locked out.

This is necessary, even if you have a plastic swamp cooler. Standing water that is left inside the circulating pump can damage the system. Any leftover water can also serve as a safe haven for pests and insects, which can be a nasty surprise when the system is opened back up in the spring.

#2. Avoid costly repairs when you start the system in the spring

Every evaporative cooler has a water supply line. The supply line should be winterized before the start of the winter by an HVAC professional. That’s because freezing conditions here in the Albuquerque and Santa Fe area can freeze any remaining water in the lines, causing them to burst.

If the temperature goes below 32 degrees and remains at that level for an hour, any water inside the supply line will freeze, resulting in the pipes bursting. Put quite simply, this will ruin the system and require costly repairs. It’s better to just have a professional handle your evaporative cooler shutdown ahead of time.

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#3. Avoid the need to clean the system

Another major reason for shutting down your cooler before winter is that it will prevent dust from settling inside the cooler. When one of our professional technicians thoroughly inspects the cooler, we’ll clean and properly cover the unit.

This protective covering will prevent dirt and dust from getting inside the system, and—as we mentioned earlier—keep moisture out. This will go a long way in ensuring the increased lifespan of the cooler.

Scheduling a shutdown of your evaporative cooler won’t cost much. However, it can save you a lot of money on repairs and the cost of the system. Moreover, it makes spring startup easier by ensuring that your cooler is ready to go.

#4. Keep your evaporative cooler’s warranty intact

Winterizing the swamp cooler will also ensure that the system remains under warranty. Most manufacturers require that the cooler be properly maintained. Otherwise, the warranty is voided. To learn more about the specific warranty rules on your swamp cooler, give the team at Wagner a call.

Start your swamp cooler shutdown by calling the team at Wagner

Do you reside in Santa Fe, Albuquerque, or surrounding areas? If so, you should contact Wagner to schedule the shutdown of your swamp cooler. Call us at (505) 884-2822 or contact us online.

4 signs that you need to call Wagner for central air repair this summer

Here in Albuquerque, a properly functioning air conditioner is a necessity in the summer. The comfort of your family and home depend on your AC unit. A breakdown could be a disaster. However, there are signs that you’ll need central air repair even before a breakdown. Addressing these issues early could end up saving you from a system breakdown.

In this blog post, we’ll review 4 signs that you should give us a call for AC repair this summer. As New Mexico’s oldest provider of home services, Wagner is a trusted name in central air repair. Call (505) 884-2822 or contact us online to schedule your service.

5 Reasons for Annual AC Tune-UpReason #1: If you are not getting cold air

Obviously, right? However, this isn’t just about your AC producing cold air at all. This is more about your AC keeping your home at a consistent temperature to your liking.

If your AC is struggling to keep up with the temperature set by your thermostat—including constantly starting and stopping—it might be time to give our team here at Wagner a call. This kind of straining to keep up with a colder temperature could eventually lead to a breakdown.

Reason #2: Your home has pockets of extremes

If you notice that some rooms in your home are getting more than enough cold air while other rooms are still incredibly warm, it could be a sign that your air conditioner has a problem with airflow. In turn, airflow problems generally have one of two sources:

  • The compressor of your air conditioner is not working properly.
  • Faulty ductwork is disrupting the airflow.

Whatever is the reason behind poor airflow, your best bet is to give Wagner a call to have us inspect the system, your ducts, and undertake central air repair, if needed.

Reason #3: Your AC unit in not responding to your thermostat adjustments

Unlike in the example above, this is more along the lines of your air conditioner not kicking on when you turn down the temperature. Yet, the air conditioner is working otherwise. In this particular case, the problem isn’t with your air conditioner itself, but with the thermostat.

If you’re encountering this problem, Wagner’s professional technicians can inspect your thermostat to determine what the cause of the issue is.

Reason #4: Your AC unit is making strange sounds

Air conditioners run with a sound that becomes a part of outdoor ambient noises. That’s why you don’t often notice it unless you’re listening for it. It’s also why, when something is wrong, you’ll hear the difference right away. Squealing, squeaking, hissing, grinding, popping, and banging are all sounds that should command your attention, as they may indicate the immediate need for central air repair.

These noises may indicate that there’s been a loosening of the condenser belt or an internal part has broken. Give Wagner a call immediately to have us investigate the state of the system.

Call Wagner for any of the reasons above—and all your central air repair needs

Having an air conditioner that runs smoothly throughout the entire summer is bliss. By watching (and listening) for potential issues, you can prevent a system breakdown. When you do run into trouble, contact the professionals at Wagner. Our technicians fix all AC makes and models.

You can call us at (505) 884-2822 or contact us online to schedule your service.

Here are 4 signs your evaporative cooler needs repairs

An evaporative cooler — also known as a “swamp cooler” — is an alternative to a traditional air conditioner system. They are highly energy-efficient and are particularly suitable for dry climates like that here in Albuquerque and Santa Fe. This cooling device works by evaporating water as opposed to using refrigerant to cool the air.

Evaporative Cooler Repair

Apart from being more energy-efficient, evaporative coolers also humidify the air. In this article, we will take a look at some of the problems that are related to repair and maintenance of your cooler.

1. The unit does not start

You should start by examining the fuse of the evaporative cooler. Most often, the unit does not start because of a blown fuse. If the fuse is blown, you may need to call Wagner to get it replaced.

In some cases, the breaker can also trip, causing the system to fail to start. Inspecting the wiring for signs of damage can resolve the problem. You should have one of the professional technicians from Wagner do this for you.

2. There’s a strange odor coming from the unit

A strange odor coming from the unit can be caused by stagnant water or mildew. For obvious reasons, this is not a problem you want to ignore or procrastinate on.

You should consider calling one of the technicians from Wagner to diagnose the cause of the problem. Our technicians will decide what kind of cleaning the evaporative cooler needs, and if the water needs to be changed out.

3. The air flow isn’t what it should be

Improper air flow is mainly caused by a blockage in the exhaust ducts. Call a technician to correct the problem. In case the evaporative cooler does not have an exhaust, you should make sure that there is a proper opening for the unit. Wagner’s team can help you with this.

Most evaporative cooler manufacturers require that there should be an opening of about two square foot for every 1,000 cubic feet per minute (CFM) supplied by the unit.

4. The evaporative cooler is leaking water

Water dripping from the cooler is another sign that the unit needs repairs. The water may be dripping due to many reasons. Most often, it is due to improper storage of the cooling unit during the winter. Make sure that you store the unit properly. Before winterizing the evaporator cooler, you should drain the unit, remove the pads, and clean the tank. Also, the unit should be kept in a well-covered area.

Wagner offers professional swamp cooler shutdown and swamp cooler startup services in Albuquerque and Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Call Wagner for your swamp cooler repair needs

If your evaporative cooler shows any of the signs mentioned above, you should consider calling a professional and licensed technician from Wagner to inspect your unit.

Also, it’s recommended that you get your swamp cooler checked on a regular basis. During a routine inspection, the technician will make a thorough inspection to ensure everything is in good condition. Regular maintenance will ensure optimal cooling efficiency. It will also reduce the likelihood of costly repairs.

On Vs Auto: Which Is The Better Furnace Thermostat Setting?

Better Furnace Thermostat SettingMost new gas furnace thermostat features different controls for fan control. The thermostat setting that you select have a direct influence on the heating bills. You can save hundreds of dollars just by using the right thermostat settings in the home.

One aspect of the thermostat setting that most people get confused about is the ‘On’ and ‘Auto’ settings.

Should you set the fan to ‘on’ or ‘auto’? Which one is the better furnace thermostat setting?

In this article, we will look at the pros and cons of each so that you can decide for yourself which one is the right setting for the home furnace. Need more advice? Contact the professional team at Wagner Mechanical!

The pros and cons of the ‘On’ thermostat setting

Setting the thermostat settings to ‘On’ keeps the fan running at all times. When the fan is kept running, the air is pulled through the in-built filtration system that keeps it clean. In addition, keeping the fan running will result in fewer starts and stops of the fan thereby reducing the risk of a malfunction.

The major disadvantage of keeping the fan running is that it jacks up the heating bills. Unless variable speed motor is installed, it will cost you as much as $50 per month to keep the fun running 24/7. Another con of keeping the fan running constantly is that the air filter will tend to clog up quickly due to which you will have to change the filter frequently.

Also, when the fan is running, you will feel cold air coming from the vents. While the temperature of the air will be similar to that of the space heater, it will feel cold when compared to your body temperature.

The pros and cons of the ‘auto’ thermostat setting

The ‘Auto’ thermostat function will make the fan run according to your specified settings. The fan can be controlled through a timer circuit inside the unit. Generally, the auto setting will start the furnace fan about half a minute after the burner is lit. The fan is turned off about a minute after the desired temperature is reached.

The main benefit of setting the thermostat to ‘Auto’ is that it will result in more energy efficient usage. This is because the fan will run only when it’s required. Also, the air filter will need to be changed or cleaned less frequently when the thermostat setting is set to ‘Auto’.

However, more starts and stops will mean that the fan will wear out more quickly. In addition, it will result in the less efficient distribution of heat inside the room.

Conclusion

The above discussion will make it clear to you whether ‘On’ or ‘Auto’ thermostat setting is right for you. If you want to keep the energy bills low, you should set the thermostat to ‘Auto’. However, if you prefer more even distribution of heat inside the house, it’s better that you set the thermostat setting to ‘On’.

Call Wagner with all your thermostat questions

If you want more information about furnace repair and installation tips from certified and professional technicians in Albuquerque and Santa Fe, New Mexico., you can contact Wagner Mechanical.

Here’s How To Detect Air Leaks Inside Your Home

How to Detect Air Leaks Inside the House?In this blog post, we’ll review some easy ways to detect air leaks in your home that could be costing you money on your energy bills and negatively affecting your home’s comfort. Contact Wagner for more advice and service.

Why is sealing air leaks so important?

Air leaks inside a home account for around 10 to 30 percent of energy costs. The leaks often come from the cracks and openings inside the windows and doors. Air can also leak through the floor boards and electrical outlets.

The air leaks inside the house can make the HVAC system to work harder when cooling and heating the room, resulting in increased bills and reduced life of the system.

Detecting and solving air leaks inside the house is important as it can save you a lot of headaches in the long run. The cost and effort involved in sealing the house will be worth it in the end. You will have to face fewer major repairs and reduced energy bills resulting in great cost savings in the long run.

Here are some tips that can help you in detecting air leaks inside the house.

1. The hand test

You can use your hand to detect leaks inside the house. The hand test can help in discovering large drafts coming from the holes around the doors or windows. To find out the air leak, you should place the hands across the edges of windows, doors, air vents and fans in every room of the house. If you feel air on your hand, then it indicates you have an air leak.

2. The candle test

Another way to detect leaks inside the house is through a candle test. Turn off the air condition or heater and place a lighted candle near areas of potential leaks such as near light fixtures, electrical outlets, crown moldings, baseboards, and phone jacks. If the light flickers slightly when you place the candle near the area of potential leak, there might be an air leak.

3. Depressurize the house

This test can be performed when the day is cold and windy. Shut down the furnace and close all the doors and windows. Now, turn on all the fans in the house. Next, you should walk around the house with a lighted incense stick. You should pass the incense over the door, vents, windows, and other areas of potential leaks. If you see smoke blow into the house or sucked out of the house, you may have a leak.

4. Use ultrasonic air detector

Ultrasonic air detectors can also help you detect the air leaks inside the house. The leak detector can allow you to detect leaks using ultrasound. Just turn the device on and point at potential areas of leak. The device will scan the area that you are pointing and signal whether there is a leak. What’s best about the air leak detector is that it will be able to indicate whether the leaking air is cold or warm.

A qualified technician can perform an energy audit to detect air leaks inside the house. Sealing the air leaks will ensure optimal operation of your heating and cooling device.

Call Wagner to detect air leaks in your home

Apart from sealing the air leaks, you should also keep the HVAC system tuned regularly for optimum performance. If you want to connect with professional technicians for your furnace or air conditioner tune up, you can contact Wagner Mechanical.

Here’s Why Professional Furnace Servicing Matters

Importance of a Furnace Tune-UpProfessional furnace servicing should be your top priority as it will ensure that the heater runs smoothly during cold months.

You should have the heater serviced regularly if you want to avoid the prospect of emergency system breakdown during the middle of the winter months.

If you haven’t serviced your heating system for more than a year, it’s absolutely necessary that you call the professionals at Wagner Mechanical for a furnace tune up.

Here are just some of the benefits of scheduling a furnace tune-up:

1. Lower energy bills

The foremost benefit of regular furnace tune up is that it will keep the energy bills down. The furnace will operate efficiently without drawing extra power when it is serviced regularly. The reduced energy bill will result in great savings over the long run.

2. Fewer emergency repairs

Another great benefit of regular system service is that you will have to face fewer repairs. An experienced technician will be able to detect and resolve problems that may cause major damage to the system.

The regular inspection, lubrication, and cleaning during the annual maintenance will result in smooth operation and require fewer repairs. Seasonal maintenance of the system will ensure optimum heat throughout the winter season without any breakdowns.

3. An improved lifespan

During your professional furnace servicing, the technician will clean the burner assembly, adjust the ignition assembly, examine the heat exchanger, and perform necessary repairs. This will ensure that the system works optimally for longer period of time.

With regular servicing, the furnace can last for up to 20 years, resulting in great cost savings for you in the long run.

4. Improved heating

A regular tune-up of the furnace will also ensure improved heating of the room. The system will perform at optimum levels. You are less likely to face the prospect of cold spots inside the house as the heater will ensure that the heat is optimally distributed throughout the room.

In the end, a regular furnace tune-up will bring you lots of benefits. Your system will operate efficiently without breaking down resulting in reduced energy bills and repair costs. Regular tune up in short will keep your family warm and cozy throughout the frigid cold winter months.

Call Wagner for regular furnace servicing

You must select experienced and certified technicians for annual furnace tune up. Certified technicians can perform the job professionally and competently. For annual furnace maintenance in Albuquerque and Santa Fe in New Mexico, you can contact Wagner Mechanical with confidence.

We are proud to be the oldest and most trusted heating and cooling company in New Mexico. We have a team of certified technicians that can offer comprehensive furnace tune up services to you.

3 signs that you should replace your furnace

Is your furnace more than a decade old? Even if you don’t have to rush out and replace your furnace tomorrow, now might be time to start thinking about an eventual upgrade. However, it might be a good idea to replace your furnace before that final breakdown. Here are three signs that you should replace your furnace before it finally breaks.

Replace your furnace with Wagner

Has your furnace been struggling to keep up with your heating demands? It might be time to upgrade.

#1. Poor energy efficiency

If you’ve noticed a spike in your monthly winter energy bills without a significant increase in how much heat you’re using in your home, it could be a sign that your furnace is becoming less energy efficient with age. As a general rule, most furnaces begin to lose their efficiency as they pass a decade in age, and are inefficient by the 15-year mark. Naturally, an annual furnace tune-up from the pros at Wagner can help you get the most out of your system, but even our expertise can’t turn back the clock completely.

Here’s another thing to consider: today’s furnaces are far more energy efficient than their predecessors, meaning that upgrading to a new furnace could save you a decent chunk of money monthly this winter. If your furnace has begun the downward spiral in energy efficiency, consider calling Wagner and requesting your free in-home furnace estimate. Also, weigh the costs of a new furnace against what you might pay extra in energy.

#2. Poor heating performance

After all, the entire reason you own a furnace is to have a comfortable home during the winter. If your aging furnace isn’t getting the job done, it might be time to trade it out for a furnace that will.

Older furnaces can struggle to heat your home. The continued wear of heating your home for a decade or more worth of winters can result in your furnace working harder to create even less heating than it did when it was new. If you’re experiencing hot and cold spots in your home, it could be a sign that your furnace is struggling to maintain the temperature throughout your entire home. Another symptom of an underperforming furnace is that it’s constantly running, but the temperature in your home only goes up very slowly.

Needless to say, a new furnace will perform better than an aging one: not only is it fresh out of the box, but it also is able to take advantage of years of HVAC innovation in the areas of energy efficiency, performance, and noise reduction.

#3. Continual repair needs

Do you feel like your older furnace is becoming a bottomless money pit, and that you’ve constantly been pouring money into repairs? If so, you should consider the costs of all those repairs. After all, constant furnace repairs can really start to add up. Even if those costs don’t exceed the cost of a new furnace, it’s money that you wouldn’t have to have spent with the new system that you eventually would need to upgrade to, anyway.

At some point, you’ll need to decide between furnace repair and replacement. Of course, nothing beats a professional coming to your house to give you advice about your specific situation. Give us a call to schedule a furnace inspection.

Wagner Mechanical can replace your furnace

At Wagner, we’re furnace installation experts. Our NATE-certified technicians are true professionals with years of experience installing advanced heating systems in hundreds of homes right here in Albuquerque and Santa Fe. We offer free in-home estimates on new HVAC systems, and we back all of our work with a 100% satisfaction guarantee.

If you’ve decided to replace your furnace, give us a call at (505) 884-2822 or contact us.

Furnace repair versus replacement

It’s a cold winter night, and you’ve just heard a terrible sound in your attic. It was the sound of your furnace dying, and now you’re faced with a choice between furnace repair versus replacement. In other words, do you choose to have the professional team at Wagner revive your current furnace or is it better to just cut your losses and have Wagner install a new one.

Every situation—and furnace—is different, and resolving the furnace repair versus replacement debate will require a certified professional technician inspecting your heating system and providing you with details. However, in this blog post, we’ll review some things to think about if you’re debating between having your furnace repaired or just getting a new one.

No matter what you decide, Wagner is here to help. To get started with either a furnace repair or new furnace estimate, give us a call at (505) 884-2822. We serve the Albuquerque and Santa Fe metro areas.

Furnace Repair Versus Replacement DebateUpgrade to save on repair costs

No one plans on having their furnace break down. It just happens, but it’s often unexpected, and the cost of repair can be surprising. If your furnace is more than 10 years old, any manufacturer’s warranty it might have once had has probably since expired, meaning that you’re on the hook for any and all repair costs. To make matters more complicated, with an older furnace, there’s no guarantee that something else unrelated to the first problem might break down the road, or even in the same season.

In contrast, a new furnace is not only far less likely to break down, but most new systems—including those installed by the professional team at Wagner—come with a manufacturer’s warranty protecting parts and labor. If something does go wrong, you’ll be covered in most cases. Over time, the cost of repairing an older furnace can add up to the cost of just replacing it with a new one. But, that’s not the only place where your older system can be stealing money from you.

Upgrade to save on your energy bills

For good reason, many of us think that it’s a good idea to keep using things until they break for good. For example, you wouldn’t throw away a toaster oven that keeps toasting your bread. However, a furnace is much more complicated, and as furnaces age, they become less and less efficient. Your toaster oven may also be using more energy as it gets older, but since toasters don’t account for nearly 50% of your home’s energy use, you don’t notice the problem. That’s not the case with your furnace.

Your older furnace could be costing you money on two fronts. Not only is an older furnace more likely to experience mechanical failures and breakdowns as it ages, but it’s also draining more money out of your bank account every single month through higher and higher bills. If you’ve been debating furnace repair versus replacement on the grounds of costs, take into consideration what you’ll be spending extra for the old system, in the form of higher monthly bills. Over time, those additional costs can add up.

We can provide you with an estimate on a new furnace.

We can provide you with an estimate on a new furnace.

Upgrade for better comfort

So, your older furnace isn’t getting the job done in terms of reliability or energy efficiency. Not to be the bearer of bad news, but it’s probably also not performing like it once did. As furnaces age past ten years, they just don’t heat your home as effectively as they did when they were new. In most cases, your home will begin to experience hot and cold spots instead of the even heating you once had. When this happens, you’ll know that it’s time for an upgrade.

Wagner can help you resolve the furnace repair versus replacement debate

The best way to determine if it’s better to repair your older furnace or replace it with a new one? Talk to the technicians from Wagner Mechanical. We pride ourselves on being honest and helpful. We’re not going to push you into buying a new furnace that you don’t need. Instead, we’ll lay out the advantages of upgrading and what things will cost, so that you have the knowledge to make a great decision. From there, we’ll help you with whatever you need. Debating between furnace repair versus replacement doesn’t need to be stressful.

Ready to get started with either furnace repair or new furnace installation? Give Wagner Mechanical a call at (505) 884-2822, or contact us online.