- Lack of maintenance
- Dirty filters
- Wear and tear
- Electric Ignition or pilot control problems
- Malfunctioning thermostat
- The furnace doesn’t heat at all
- The furnace doesn’t heat enough
- Frequent cycling
- The blower continuously runs
- The furnace is too noisy
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Lack of MaintenanceFailing to schedule annual maintenance on our furnace or heating system will cause it to run inefficiently and be prone to breaking. Choose the less expensive route and schedule your annual heater inspection to keep it running smoothly and prevent any surprises.
Dirty FiltersFilters are important because they keep debris out of your HVAC system. If you don’t change the filters, dirt, dust, pollen and other contaminants can seep in to your heating and air conditioning system.
Wear and TearNormal wear and tear is unavoidable. But, having your system checked regularly can help identify parts that are wearing out and allow those to be replaced before something breaks.
Electrical Ignition and Pilot ControlElectrical ignition controls can cause problems with homes and offices heating properly. A pilot control failing to function can be caused by clogs in the appliance.
Malfunctioning ThermostatThermostats can be unpredictable and sometimes they just don’t work like they should. They are an electrical component and therefore they do fail and break. Sometimes that means a full replacement and other times, a simple repair is all it takes.
Furnace Doesn’t Heat at AllThis could be caused by the thermostat setting. Other causes can be the pilot control, gas or power setting.
Heaters Doesn’t Provide Enough HeatIf overall heat seems to be lacking, the space may be too large for the installed heater. In addition, clogged filters may be present, preventing the flow of needed air to properly heat the space.
Frequent CyclingIf the heater seems to cycle frequently, a clogged filter is likely the issue. Air flow is important, but a thermostat issue could also be the cause.
Blower runs continuouslyA blower that won’t stop can indicate issues with the limit switch.
The Furnace is too NoisyWe don’t have this as much in the southern part of the U.S. but sometimes you may encounter a noisy furnace. Or maybe it rattles enough that it shakes walls, pictures and other items in the home or office. An actual noise from the furnace itself is not normal and indicates a mechanical issue.
Preventing Heater RepairInspect and Change your air filters regularly. Dirty filters can lead to a multitude of problems. We recommend you change them at least every spring and fall, but to better serve your HVAC system every three months is best. Simply changing your air filters can keep your system running healthy and prolong the life. There are other aspects of your heating system that require a professional to asses and tune, but air filters are easy to change and will greatly impact the overall health of your heating system.
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Rockwall, TX 75087