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Bear Appliance Repair has moved! Please note our new address is
2052 76th Street • Brooklyn, NY 11214 • (718) 809-6962


Bear Wall Furnace Repairs

 

WALL FURNACE REPAIR SHOP IN BROOKLYN, NY

Choosing the right Brooklyn, NY, wall furnace service provider is an important first step when you demand prompt, professional assistance. At Bear Appliance Repair, we understand how frustrating a broken wall furnace can be, and we'll quickly address your concerns. Locally owned and operated in Brooklyn, NY, our technicians are available for 24 hour emergency service, and we can schedule an appointment at a time that is convenient for you. Let us restore the functionality and reliability of your appliances.


We're proud of the reputation we've developed among residents of Brooklyn, and our trained technicians treat our clients and their properties with respect. Our knowledgeable professionals will locate the source of the problem, and we know how to complete a repair without any unnecessary delays. We offer the following repair services:

• General
• Commercial
• Residential

Our technicians have the experience, tools, and parts needed to do the job right, and we'll gladly address any specific concerns regarding your appliances. From simple tune-ups to more extensive repairs, we can do it all, and our services are competitively priced.

At Bear Appliance Repair is the Brooklyn, NY, wall furnace service company that specializes in prompt project completion. Don't let your faulty furnace inconvenience you for another day. We'll have your investments running at a high level again in no time. To speak with a member of our staff, call our Brooklyn, NYC (Manhattan, Queens, Staten Island), office today!

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WALL FURNACES IN THE NEWS

 



Firefighters save puppy from furnace vent - Prince Albert Daily Herald


Prince Albert Daily Herald

Firefighters save puppy from furnace vent
Prince Albert Daily Herald
After taking apart the ducting with screws, the firefighters could still hear Yoshi, but were unable to see him through the hole. Deciding to try an alternative route, they went upstairs to another room and tried to see if they could hear the puppy ...
Firefighters extract chihuahua from ventStarPhoenix

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Fire in wall causes 8000 in damage to Sheboygan home - The Sheboygan Press


Fire in wall causes $8000 in damage to Sheboygan home
The Sheboygan Press
A furnace installed inside a wall sparked a fire Thursday morning that caused $8,000 in damage to a north-side Sheboygan home, according to a Sheboygan Fire Department news release. The fire was reported just after 9 a.m. at 1019 N. 12th St., where ...
Furnace Causes FireWHBL Sheboygan

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Cheap life insurance Fire department urges residents to install and check CO - Winona Daily News


Cheap life insurance: Fire department urges residents to install and check CO ...
Winona Daily News
Joe Sobkowiak, general manager at Schneider Heating and Air Conditioning, said that his company recommends homeowners have their furnaces and heaters checked once a year by a professional. He also recommended homeowners replace their air ...

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Chicago weather Snow falls winter weather advisories issued - ABC7Chicagocom


Chicago weather: Snow falls, winter weather advisories issued
ABC7Chicago.com
... Fireplace & Chimney Authority Company. To avoid a chimney fire, the Fireplace & Chimney Authority Company recommends getting your fireplace and chimney cleaned once every 60 fires, or every face cord of wood. "When you start seeing the glazing and ...



Conroy Highlights Free Weatherization Program to Help Residents Winterize - Chicago Tribune


Conroy Highlights Free Weatherization Program to Help Residents Winterize ...
Chicago Tribune
The program is designed to reduce energy consumption and high utility bills for families in need. Energy conservation measures such as air sealing, attic and wall insulation, furnace repair or replacements, and window/door work are provided free of ...