Furnace repair may be something you need to start thinking about ahead of the winter season. The best way to get your furnace ready for winter is to start early. Safety first…you should remove anything stored near the furnace, especially any flammable items like cardboard boxes of old clothes. Also, check the exhaust flue outdoors and make sure it is free of leaves, bird nests or anything else that can get in the way.
You can start off your furnace check by setting the temperature a few degrees higher than room temperature to make sure your furnace kicks on. During this time, while the temperatures are still mild, it won’t be a big problem even if you have to wait a day or two for repairs.
You can also have annual or biannual HVAC maintenance performed on your heating and cooling system to help keep it running efficiently and prevent breakdowns. Why wait for a problem to happen? Ideally, monthly you are replacing your filter. If not, now is the time to do it.
Here is a list of ten of the most common furnace problems you might encounter:
- Lack of maintenance
- Dirty filters
- Ignition or pilot control problems
- Wear and tear
- Not blowing hot air
- Thermostat not working
- Frequent cycling
- Blower runs continuously
- Blower not running at all
- Furnace too loud
We are on call to get your furnace working right again. We offer furnace repair services for all major makes and models of furnaces including Carrier, Amana and Goodman. For furnace replacement, we install American Standard products. When it comes to your family’s comfort, you can depend on A Climate Services & Systems Inc. for all of your service and installation needs.
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