Momentum AC specializes in furnaces, air conditioners, and other HVAC services all over Tampa and its neighboring area. We offer furnace blower motor replacement to get your home's heating system up and running again at an affordable price. We've been fixing furnaces for many years and we're experts at what we do.
The cost of replacing the blower motor depends on the size, speed and makes of the motor. Momentum AC offers furnace blower motor replacement at a fair cost which is favorable to our clients. The cost of a new blower motor is between $450 and $800, but you can get it for as little as just $150 in some cases. Good quality air conditioner brands have heavy-duty motors which might add up to be 2000 dollars. Factors including blower motor performance, brand name/OEM vs universal part, warranty, labor cost, ECM or PSC Motor and motor size will determine the price of a new furnace blower motor.
A furnace that is more than 10 years old is better to be replaced than repaired. And if you’ve already made at least $500 - $1000+ for repair, consider furnace replacement rather than repairing it. It will ultimately save you money in the long run. If you're not sure whether to replace blower motor or buy new furnace leave it to our experts technicians.
A bad furnace blower motor can create a number of problems in the home. If the fan on your furnace starts making a strange noise or stops working completely, then chances are that the motor has died and you should call an HVAC contractor right away. Try the following steps to check if your blower motor is bad.
1. Turn your furnace switch off
2. Remove the access panel
3. Look for the motor side
4. Try spinning the fan wheel
5. Check the capacitor
When buying a furnace blower motor, it is advisable to carry the old furnace blower motor together with the make and model to avoid buying an incompatible motor.
If your furnace has been running for five years or more and it needs a new blower motor, it's time to call in a professional ac technician. Here are just some of the reasons why:
1) You'll save money by not having to purchase all the parts yourself and then put them together.
2) The professionals will have everything they need on hand and won't have to order anything extra.
3) They're experts at this job, so they don't make mistakes like we might when trying something new.
4) This can be dangerous work without proper training.