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Heating Repair Monroe, LA

For the best in home heating service in Monroe, West Monroe, & Sterlington, LA, call on the team of experts here at Gordon Air & Plumbing. We specialize in the fast & affordable repairs for all residential heaters, routine maintenance, and the brand new installation of high-efficiency heating systems.

We truly pride ourselves on the unmatched level of customer service & hvac service that we provide. From your first phone call to the completion of service you will experience the Gordon difference. No high-pressure sales techniques, no unnecessary service recommendations. Just prompt and professional heating system installation, service, & repair throughout Ouachita Parish. You can count on our heating technicians to get the job done right, the first time, every time.

As a local plumbing company based in Monroe, we proudly serve the residents of Monroe, West Monroe, & Sterlington. We provide same day service when available and prioritize water leaks and water heater issues for our customers. We understand how important having hot and cold running water is for you and your family.

Being a locally owned and operated family business all of our service trucks are dispatched from our offices in West Monroe. This means shorter travel time, less fuel costs, and savings passed straight on to our customers!

Signs of a Failing Furnace

Call on our heating technicians to provide you with quality furnace repair services that will be sure to keep you warm and cozy for years to come. We’ll work diligently to restore the warmth, and comfort to your home as quickly and affordably as possible. We service all brands and models of heating systems. Including furnaces (electric & gas), electric heating systems, heat pumps, wall furnaces, and more.

If you are experiencing any of the issues outlined below contact a heating service professional today. Common signs that your homes heating system is in need of repair include:

If you are experiencing any of the above issues with your home’s heating system, give Gordon AC & Plumbing a call asap. We can inspect and diagnose your heating issue the very same day you call in most cases. Quick action can save you time and money on expensive repairs down the road.

Types of Residential Heating Systems


Most homes throughout the US rely on a central furnace or “forced warm-air” distribution system to heat their homes. A furnace works by pushing heated air through ducts and into the various rooms in a house. A furnace can be powered by natural gas, electricity, or fuel oil.


Less commonly used in residential properties, boilers are another type of heating system that the we can repair. Unlike a furnace with which carries heated air throughout a home, boiler systems distribute heat via water. As water passes through radiators or other devices in rooms across the house, heat is dispersed throughout the rooms. As the heated water begins to cool over time it gets moved along the chain and returned to the boiler to be reheated once again. Just like furnaces, residential boilers typically rely on natural gas or heating oil as a fuel source.

Heat Pumps

It is perhaps easiest to think of a heat pump as transporter of heated air. It simply ‘pumps’ or moves air from one place to another as needed. In the reverse of an air conditioning unit that takes cool air and transfers it inside your home, a heat pump can extract heat from cool air that is outside your home and move it inside. Fun fact: Even when air is cold, it contains heat energy. Just like furnaces, heat pumps use a forced warm-air delivery system to effeciently and effectively move the heated air around a home.

Hybrid Heating Systems

If you take the energy efficiency of a heat pump and combine it with the heating power of a gas furnace, you get a hybrid heating system. Sometimes referred to as a dual-fuel system, a hybrid heating system simply utilizes a heat pump as a primary heat source, but backs it up with a combustion furnace. This is so that when temperatures drop too-low and the heat pump cannot keep up with the demand for hot air, the furnace will kick on, efficiently heating your home.