Don't DIY, Hire A Pro - don't take on the additional cost of having to repair or fix an improper repair job

January 17, 2017

If you have ever tried to DIY a home repair, you know things are harder than you thought. Furnace repair is a DIY project a homeowner should not attempt to tackle. Pinterest-fails are humerous, but furnace fails can be pricey, and even risky. We have been called for numerous DIY-projects gone amiss in Ballwin and St. Charles and if you do find a situation we’re constantly here to help. With any luck after reading this you’ll think twice before taking on furnace repair yourself.

Additional Costs
The advantage of DIY is to try to save a few bucks, but many homeowners have ended up costing themselves a lot more when attempting repairs themselves. The experts at Air Alliance Team train for years and receive constant training to be able to understand how to properly repair your system. They also use specialized tools and gauges. Unless you already posess these tools, those costs could probably total to what you would be paying for specialized furnace repair in Ballwin and St. Charles. You’ll also have to include how much your time and effort is worth.

Safety
Extracosts are one thing, but an even greater fear with DIY furnace repair is your own safety. Experts are taught to recognize how to restore your system to keep it operating safely and repairing your glitch accurately.

DIY errors can be expensive. It’s not worth placing yourself or your family in danger to try to save money. We are not doubting your work efforts, but we just want to keep you safe and keep your furnace functioning smoothly for as long as it can to keep your home comfortable in Ballwin and St. Charles. If you’re in need of furnace repair or if your DIY project turned into a mess, give us a call at 636-206-4250. We are always here to help.