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With the distraction of the hot and humid South Carolina summers, most people don’t give a thought to their furnace. That is, until the cool temperatures suddenly arrive and, just when you need it, your furnace won’t kick on. That’s why at Waldrop, we offer high-quality furnace repair services, ensuring you’re never without reliable heat.

Is your furnace not providing adequate heat anymore? Schedule a furnace repair service with Waldrop! Give us a call at (864) 536-0887 or contact us online.


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Waldrop Repairs Most Types of Furnaces

Whether your furnace won’t turn on, your heating bills have spiked, or you’ve noticed other heating issues, it might be time to call a heating contractor to repair your furnace. Waldrop furnace repair pros can help. We repair most types of furnaces, including:

Let our professionals fix the problem at the source. Schedule a furnace repair service online or dial (864) 536-0887 .

What are the most common furnace repairs?

While inconvenient, a furnace breakdown doesn’t have to entail major repairs. Some common issues are fairly simple for a skilled furnace technician to repair, such as:

  • Insufficient maintenance: Basic maintenance, such as air filter replacement or cleaning, can resolve many issues and efficiencies and prevent future problems.
  • Dirty filters: Old and dirty air filters can impede airflow, hurting furnace efficiency.
  • Thermostat: Small issues, such as incorrect settings or dead batteries, can disrupt your entire heating system.
  • Tripped breakers: A surge can trip your breakers and cut off power to your furnace or thermostat. Repeated breaker trips may point to bigger electrical issues.
  • Ignition: Whether a pilot light or electrical ignition, these parts can sometimes malfunction due to faulty safety switches or dirty sensors.

What is the life expectancy of a furnace?

Gas furnaces last between 15 to 20 years, and electric furnaces last 20 to 30 years. Several factors can help extend the lifespan of a furnace, such as regular maintenance and prompt repairs. In contrast, excessive use, disadvantageous locations, and poor installation can hurt your unit’s longevity.

In some cases, it’s worth replacing your furnace at the same time as your AC, depending on factors such as energy efficiency, warranty preservation, and overall cost-effectiveness.

Signs your furnace needs repairs or replacement

All furnaces experience wear and tear, and performance hiccups are normal throughout their lifespan. Apart from failing to heat your home, other signs your furnace might need repairs include:

Additional Services

From minor repairs to heating system overhauls, our technicians at Waldrop have you covered with whatever heating system repair service you need.

Furnace installation and replacement

If your existing heating system isn’t performing as it should or has reached the end of its lifespan, our team at Waldrop can help install a replacement furnace. Your technician can inspect your unit and assess its efficiency, performance, and cost to make recommendations for replacement. Whether gas, oil, or electric furnaces, we’ll make sure to install your furnace correctly and safely so you can enjoy reliable heat and peace of mind.

Furnace maintenance

Routine maintenance can catch problems before they escalate and is key to prolonging the life of your current furnace. Regardless of your furnace type, your furnace technician is likely to perform the following maintenance services and more:

Avoid a small problem from becoming a bigger one with furnace repair services from Waldrop! Get in touch online or call (864) 536-0887 .

Choose Waldrop For Your Furnace Repair Services in South Carolina

When the chilly air settles in Greenville and surrounding South Carolina areas, your furnace should be ready before you can even adjust your thermostat. Some repairs are simple fixes, while others are more complex and may require more labor or replacement parts. We know that furnace repairs are an investment in your home’s long-term comfort and safety, which is why we offer financing and look for any rebates or tax credits our customers may qualify for. 

For over 50 years, Waldrop has provided top-notch electric, gas, and oil furnace services throughout the Greenville area. We pride ourselves on delivering excellent customer service by getting the job done right the first time. Got a furnace on the fritz? Contact us today or visit us online to book a service.

Got a furnace on the fritz? Get it back up and running with our professional repair services! Dial (864) 536-0887 to schedule a service.

Frequently Asked Questions

The net benefits of an electric vs. gas furnace depend on the heating needs of your home. Gas furnaces tend to have lower operating costs than electric furnaces, though electric furnaces present fewer fire risks due to their power source and typically have longer lifespans.

When your furnace’s air filter is too dirty and in need of replacement, it can’t prevent airborne particles from entering your home. We’ll check your air filter with every maintenance appointment.

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Had the best experience with Waldrop, we will forever be in their debt. Not only the most professional group of men but the most honest, stand by your word company! I would recommend Waldrop to

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A friend recommended Waldrop after he had a visit last week. Our A/C was not cooling as well as it should, and the Split “Smart” thermostat was doing crazy things on the first and 2nd


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