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Emergency Furnace Repair

At Fred’s Heating and Air, we treat your emergency like it’s our own—especially if it puts the health of you and your family at risk. In Omaha’s freezing winters, a failing furnace may cause the temperature of your home to plummet to dangerous levels in just hours, potentially leading to frozen pipes and unlivable conditions if not addressed quickly. If your furnace fails when you need it most, don’t hesitate to call our team 24/7 at 402-779-7065 for emergency furnace repair throughout the Omaha and surrounding areas.

Call Fred’s for 24 Hour Furnace Repair in Omaha

Fred’s Heating and Air is proud to provide the Omaha area with prompt, professional emergency furnace repair services. Call our team 24/7 to schedule your appointment—our team will arrive on-time and quickly provide you with a diagnosis and repair solution. We always work with a repair-first mindset, but if your furnace is in need of replacement, we offer convenient and affordable HVAC financing to help ensure price isn’t standing between your financial health and the health of your home.

Call Fred’s Heating and Air in Omaha for emergency furnace repair and 24/7 HVAC services today!

Signs You Need Emergency Furnace Repair

When your furnace fails in the dead of winter, it will always warrant an emergency response. However, there are other issues you may encounter with your furnace that require immediate assistance as well.

Here are a few signs that your Omaha home may need emergency heater repair:

  • Electrical issues: Furnace electrical issues are particularly dangerous, as they can lead to fire hazards. If your breaker trips, lights flicker when the heater turns on, or you hear electrical buzzing, call Fred’s Heating and Air as soon as possible to ensure you and your family are safe.
  • Gas Odors: A gas leak from your furnace can also be dangerous and warrant emergency heater repair. If you smell gas coming from your furnace, shut off your main and call the professionals at Fred’s.
  • Furnace Blows Cold Air: A furnace that blows cold air in the winter can be just as dangerous as a furnace that refuses to operate. If you notice that your furnace or heat pump is blowing cold air throughout your home, you should call an HVAC repair technician immediately.