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Riverside Furnace Repair

Our customers feel confident every time they call Magnolia Heating & Cooling. With over 65 years of experience serving the Riverside area, we offer technicians who can quickly get to the root of problems, or expertly install brand new systems, if needed.

At Magnolia Heating & Cooling, not only are our certified and friendly technicians able to repair all your heating and furnace equipment, our office staff are friendly and helpful. Whether it is not heating, a bad compressor, a faulty igniter, or a strange noise or smell, you can trust us to fix it right. We stock many components in our service trucks to help get your system back up and running quickly.

Available Services

  • Diagnostic and Trouble Shooting Services
  • Furnace / Heater Repair Services
  • Air Duct Repair
  • Indoor Air Quality
  • Equipment Analysis Repair vs. Replace

Call (951) 688-8392 To Schedule For Furnace Maintenance, Installation, or Repairs.

4 Important Points About Furnace Repair in Riverside

Lack of maintenance

Letting your furnace run over lengthy periods without being tuned is likely to cause more problems as time elapses. Whether it ends in routine heater service or you end up needing a new heating system, problems can begin to pile up, negatively affecting the efficiency and operation of your system.

Component failure

When your heater isn't running efficiently, the compressor and fan controls could wear out, or several other important components may be impacted. When your system cycles on and off frequently there is unnecessary stress placed on these internal pieces, causing improper operation or premature failure.

Thermostat problems

From a dead battery to a thermostat sensor that isn’t calibrated correctly, there are a host of thermostat problems that could take place. If it has been a while since you last switched out your thermostat batteries, it may be time to do so in order to avoid any headaches with the settings you have in place.

Condensation

Your air conditioner will produce a lot of condensation. Some air conditioners have an electric condensate pump with tubing that can tear or clog with algae or ice. Call a friendly service technician if you suspect something is wrong with your pump.