R Mechanical, the best HVAC company in Omaha

furnace cut outWhen your home furnace isn't heating or simply not working, you want it fixed quickly and professionaly. Midwest winters can be brutal and no one wants to sit huddled over a space heater while waiting for their furnace system to be repaired. We service all brands, but we’re proud to recommend Ruud, a global leader in year-round indoor comfort. We have been providing both light commercial and residential heating and cooling solutions for Omaha, Nebraska and Council Bluffs, Iowa for over 25 years.

Our team of expert installation technicians will guide you in making the right choice when it’s time to purchase a new furnace, air conditioner, or boiler. We'll provide you with the best equipment with efficient, energy saving options that will help you lower costs while staying comfortable in your home or office. As an accredited member of the Better Business Bureau, maintaining an excellent rating shows our commitment to our customers’ satisfaction. Our low-pressure sales staff is experienced and knowledgeable, so you know you’ll never be pressured into buying equipment you don’t need.

Our technicians have expertise in:

  • Heating System Repair & Installation
  • Geothermal Heating
  • Propane Furnaces
  • Heat Pump Installation
  • Programmable Thermostats

We service a wide range of HVAC brands including Trane, Lennox, Honeywell, Goodman, Rheem, Ruud, American Standard, Carrier, Frigidaire, Weil McLane, Honeywell, Navien, Rinnai, Burnham, AO Smith, and many more. We also do gas conversions, test for carbon monoxide, and test for gas leaks and cracks. We offer 24-hour emergency service to customers in Omaha, Bellevue, Papillion, La Vista, Ralston, Elkhorn, Blair, Millard, Council Bluffs, and the surrounding areas. R Mechanical Heating & Air offers a complete furnace inspection that can't be beat! So now you know that we service all sorts of furnaces, you might ask: So how does a furnace work?

How Does a Furnace Work?

A furnace works by burning fuel such as gas or propane which creates heat. As the fuel burns, the hot gas moves through metal tubingphone number called a heat exchanger. Air traveling over the heat exchanger absorbs the heat from the hot metal. This heated air then moves through your ducts as it warms your rooms. The gases created by the burning fuel get released through a vent pipe out of your home.

Of course, there's a lot more to your heating system than this, but these are the basic principles of how your home furnace operates. Your furnace technician has the expertise in knowing about the different kinds of heat exchangers and other components of your equipment; about common failures in heating systems; and about the most efficient way for you to heat your home, and many other factors that go into a solid heating system. Read more . . .