Furnace Repair

Greater Kansas City Area Heating Repair Services

Johnson County: Kansas City, Shawnee, Overland Park, Olathe, Prairie Village, KS

When your furnace stops doing its job and leaves you out in the cold, you may wonder what you can do to help make your space comfortable again. Whether your furnace is making loud noises, you’ve noticed a foul smell, or it’s stopped working altogether, the best way to fix your heating problems is by calling the Kansas City furnace repair professionals at Mission Plumbing, Heating & Cooling.

We have been serving residents throughout Kansas City and beyond with top-notch furnace services since 1978. Now, with our work backed by a 100% satisfaction guarantee, you can rest assured that you’ve made the right call.


If you’ve experienced any heating issues, don’t hesitate to contact our team. Call (913) 347-5425 now! We are available 24/7 for all your furnace repairs in Kansas City.


How Long Should a Furnace Last?

Typically, you can expect a furnace to last approximately 10 to 15 years. When maintained properly and regularly, your furnace may even have a longer life, up to 20 years. If your furnace is newer than 10 years old and you are experiencing issues, the most cost-effective route may be to schedule a furnace repair in Kansas City. If your furnace is about 15 years old, it’s a good idea to consult Mission Plumbing, Heating & Cooling to learn about your furnace replacement options.

Do I Need Furnace Repair?

If you notice any oddities in your furnace’s performance, it’s best to contact a professional from our team right away. Our Kansas City furnace repair technicians have the experience and training to identify the source of the problem and resolution to restore your heating capabilities. Delaying a necessary repair could result in more damage to your heating system and more costly repairs down the road.

Signs You Need Furnace Repair


  • Reduced airflow from your vents
  • Strange odors emitting from the furnace
  • Loud, unusual noises coming from the system
  • Higher heating bills than normal
  • Uneven temperatures throughout your home
  • Thermostat isn't communicating with the furnace
  • The pilot light keeps going out or changing color
  • Cold air is blowing through the vents when the furnace is running
  • Heating system struggles to power on
  • Decreased indoor air quality
  • Lack of adequate heating 

What Are the Most Common Furnace Repairs?

There are many reasons why your furnace may not be running at its best. A professional heating technician can help assess your situation and determine whether you need furnace repair or if furnace replacement is the more effective option. Many furnace repairs, especially the most common ones, can be prevented with regular maintenance.

Common Furnace Repairs


  • Changing the filter
  • Cleaning ductwork
  • Fixing the starting mechanism
  • Replacing the heat exchanger
  • Replacing blower bearings
  • Fixing the limit switch
  • Fixing or replacing the blower belt
  • Repairing your thermostat
  • Replacing a broken or malfunctioning burner
  • Repairing the ignition or pilot light

Can I Fix My Own Furnace?

While you might be able to do some light maintenance on your own to keep your furnace working, the only way to be sure that your furnace is heating your home optimally is by trusting a professional Kansas City furnace repair team like ours at Mission Plumbing, Heating & Cooling.

Unsure whether you need Kansas City furnace repair? Reach out to Mission Plumbing, Heating & Cooling today at (913) 347-5425 to schedule a free, no-obligation estimate

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    Thanks Mission Plumbing! We'll definitely hit them up if we need to replace other things in the house (hopefully not in the near future) for our furnace or other house things lol.

     

    - Josel B.
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