- Air Conditioning
- Home Energy Audit
- Oil to Gas Conversion
Your furnace is an essential component of your Roslyn, NY area home’s heating system. Keeping it in good working order is easy when you have Green Homes Long Island handling your furnace repair and service.
Furnace Maintenance Made Easy!
Keeping your furnace running smoothly all winter starts with a safety and maintenance check up before each year’s home heating season starts. Many of our customers opt for a convenient service agreement that covers routine maintenance checks. When your Green Homes Long island technician arrives for your furnace maintenance appointment, he or she will run a series of tests and check all the important components of your furnace, including:
Fan switch, belts
Pilot and assembly
Combustion air vents
Temperature and performance
Once the maintenance check is complete, your technician will review any repairs that might be required for safe and efficient operation. If it looks like your furnace is reaching the end of its life, we can provide you with furnace installation options and affordable financing. A new, high efficiency furnace from Carrier or Bryant can save you plenty of energy dollars!
Reliable, Expert Furnace Repair
If your furnace is not operating properly, you may be experiencing higher energy bills, ineffective heating or repetitive switching on and off. Whatever the symptoms, the furnace repair experts at Green Homes Long Island can diagnose and repair whatever is ailing your home heating system. Our experience covers all the top brands including Carrier, Bryant, Trane and many others.
A Friendly Voice in Emergency Repair
Coming home to a cold house in is never good news, but with our 24/7 emergency service, you’ll be able to reach our manager on-call and get a technician dispatched promptly to get your home’s heating system up and running fast.
Is it time to schedule a furnace maintenance check-up? Contact us to get your heating system ready for winter!
What our customers are saying
Are you running your air conditioner constantly but it feels like your house still isn't cooling down? You may be losing air through cracks or poor insulation.