HEATING SYSTEM REPAIR
in Ripley, WV SINCE 1981
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TRUST B&G HEATING & COOLING TO REPAIR YOUR HEATING SYSTEM
When you call B&G Heating & Cooling about your broken furnace, we will report to your home at the scheduled time, analyze it, and find a solution to the problem. We have been in business for over 37 years in the Ripley, WV area, so we have done a vast array of heating system repairs. Whether you own your own home, are the landlord, or are a business owner, we will be able to come up with a heating solution that will make you satisfied that you hired us for the job. The technicians at B&G Heating & Cooling have the tools and the knowhow to get the job done correctly. So call our friendly representatives at (304) 372-4565.
SOME OF OUR HEATING REPAIRS INCLUDE:
Hot Water Heaters
EMERGENCY HOURS 24 HOURS A DAY FOR YOUR HEATING SYSTEM
Sometimes furnaces need shut down at the worst times, in the early-morning hours as temperatures dip below the freezing mark. No matter the time, though, B&G Heating & Cooling LLC offers emergency heating repair services 24 hours a day, seven days a week in Jackson County, WV, as well as Wood County, Kanawha County and Mason County. Our 24/7 repair services include repairing furnaces, ductwork, boilers, and more! We are focused on providing high quality service and customer satisfaction. We will do everything we can to meet or exceed your expectations.
HEATING PROBLEMS CAN BE AVOIDED WITH REGULAR MAINTENANCE
Many of the heating repairs B&G Heating & Cooling have worked on over the years could have been avoided with regular maintenance. There are warning signs that signal potential future problems with your heating system, including loud noises like pinging, clanging, and popping. Your heating costs could also increase, which is also a sign of a problem with your furnace. If your ductwork is leaking, our heating repair specialists will be able to fix the problem. Contact us today, and we will schedule a time where we can take a look at your system. There might not be a problem, but it is better to be safe than sorry.